Lake Winnebago Map
Lake Winnebago Map
This detailed Lake Winnebago topo map in our map store highlights both the political and physical features of the lake and its surrounding regions. You can locate all major landmarks like roads, rails, trails, ferry routes, parks, forests, and mountains on the map. Relief shading and elevation contour lines can also be found on the map used to depict the height above the sea level.
You can use this high-quality map for wall display in office spaces, educational institutions, and homes. It is also ideal to take along on your next trip. You can even gift this fascinating map to your loved ones who love traveling and exploring new places. This map is available to buy in a variety of finishing materials including paper, lamination, and matte plastic.
Where is Lake Winnebago located?
Lake Winnebago is located in the north-central United States, in east-central Wisconsin. It has 2 primary tributaries, the Wolf and Fox Rivers, which combine at Lake Butte des Morts.
Major cities found on the shore of the lake include the aforementioned Oshkosh, Neenah, and Menasha, as well as Fond du Lac at the south shore. And even though the lake is not man-made, its level was raised about three feet (0.9 m) by two dams on either side of Doty Island. The water level of the lake is regulated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to meet demands for flood control, to reduce ice damage to private property, to release water for hydropower and pollution dilution downstream.
Bathymetry of the Lake
The surface area of Lake Winnebago is 137,700 acres (215.2 sq mi; 557 km2), making it the largest lake entirely within the state. Its average depth is 15.5 feet and the maximum depth is 21 feet. Many shallow reefs lie along the west shore and a drop-off type shoreline on the east.
The maximum length of the lake measures 30 miles (50 km) and the maximum width measures 10 miles (15 km). It has 88 miles of shoreline.
|Size||27.75 x 37.25 in|
|Publisher Name||Mapping Specialists|