Lake Michigan Map
Lake Michigan Map
This detailed map of Lake Michigan highlights both the political and physical features of the lakes and surrounding areas. It uses relief shading and contour lines to depict various landforms and height above the sea level. All major mountain ranges, parks, cities, and roads are clearly identifiable. You will also find information about boat launches, rock areas, and vegetation on the map.
The map is printed in high-quality, making it ideal for wall display in office spaces, educational institutions, and homes. It also makes a fascinating gift for your friends and loves ones. You can buy this map in a variety of finishes like paper, laminated, and matte plastic.
More maps of Lake Michigan
- NOAA Chart 14901 Lake Michigan - Mercator Projection NOAA Chart available in a variety of finishing materials.
- NOAA Chart 14902 North end of Lake Michigan - High-quality NOAA Chart 14902 that includes the Green Bay region available in sizes 45.95 x 33.99 inches.
Where is Lake Michigan?
Formed around 1.2 billion years ago, Lake Michigan is located wholly in the United States. It lies in the region known as the American Midwest and is bordered by Michigan state to the east and north, Wisconsin to the west, Illinois to the southwest, and Indiana to the southeast. The lake connects with Lake Huron through the Straits of Mackinac in the north.
Lake Michigan and Great Lakes
Lake Michigan is the second-largest of the five Great Lakes of North America with a volume of 1,180 cubic mi (4,900 km3). It is also the third-largest by the surface area of 22,404 sq mi (58,030 km2), after Lake Superior and Lake Huron. This is the only one of the Great Lakes that is located entirely within the territory of the United States.
Bathymetry of the Lake
The lake has a surface area of 22,404 sq.mi (58,026 km2) which makes it the largest lake lying wholly within one country by surface area and the fifth-largest lake in the world. It also comprises the larger portion of the Lake Michigan–Huron, the largest body of fresh water in the world by surface area.
Lake Michigan is 307 miles (494 km) long by 118 miles (190 km) wide and has a shoreline of 1,640 miles (2,640 km) long. The average depth of the lake is 46 fathoms 3 feet (279 ft; 85 m) and its greatest depth is 153 fathoms 5 feet (923 ft; 281 m). The total volume of water contained within the lake is 1,180 cubic miles (4,918 km³). All of these details are also identifiable on the above Lake Michigan topographic map.
More Great Lakes maps
- Lake Erie Map - Detailed map of Lake Erie, the fourth-largest lake of the five Great Lakes.
- Lake Huron - NOAA Chart of the Lake Huron available in various finishing materials.
- Lake Ontario Map - High-quality map of Lake Ontario, available in various finishing materials.
- Lake Superior - Map of the largest of the Great Lakes and also the world's largest freshwater lake by surface area.
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