Muskegon to South Haven, 3-D Nautical Wood Chart, Narrow, 13.5" x 43"
When you want to enjoy sitting on the beach, heading to Lake Michigan probably isn’t the first place that comes to mind. However, the stretch of sand along the incredible shoreline between South Haven and Muskegon on Lake Michigan offers a pristine travel destination you’ll have to see to believe.
The stretch of Lake Michigan shoreline between Muskegon and South Haven offers pristine beaches, multiple parks, and opportunities for a vast number of watersports and fishing. The area stretches sixty-five miles and includes Mona Lake, Norton Shores, Lake Macatawa, and the Kalamazoo River.
Our topographical map of Lake Michigan’s eastern shore displays the untouched beauty the Midwest state has to offer. This lake art begins with a bathymetric chart, which an artist then uses to laser cut pieces of Baltic birch into precise layers depicting each depth of the lake’s shoreline. The pieces are hand-stained and glued together, with the finishing piece featuring etched points of interest, landmarks, and other details you won’t find on any other wood lake map. A solid wood frame brings everything together, and a piece of acrylic glass offers maximum protection and durability.
Show off your love of this beautiful part of Lake Michigan with our topographical map.
Points of Interest on Lake Michigan Wood Map:
Grand Haven, Holland, Kalamazoo River, Lake Macatawa, Lake Michigan, Mona Lake, Muskegon, Norton Shores, Saugatuck, and South Haven
Lake Michigan Lake Art Details:
Made of Baltic birch
Solid wood frame made to fit
Engraved names and locations
Acrylic glass protection
Arrives ready to hang