Map of Wisconsin
Wisconsin is located in the great lake region of the United States and gets its name from the Wisconsin River. Wisconsin is nicknamed “ America’s Dairyland” as it is one of the leading producers of dairy products in the country.
The state of Wisconsin is graphically represented with cartographic excellence depicting the urban placements. The expanse of the map is elaborated with location of towns, cities and boundaries demarcations. Other urban markings on the map include detailed transportation networks,inset map coverage of urban settlements with details of road network airports locations and points of interest Clear labeling and simplified symbolic data, makes this map perfect for business, homes and offices.
Details on the map
Wisconsin is located in the great lake region of the United States and gets its name from the Wisconsin River.
Designed with accuracy using current map data, this Map of Wisconsin is a high quality image of the urban layout of the state. Boundaries with other States are identifiable with contrasting contour. The map encompasses all primary and secondary cities and towns and a driving distance marker helps understand mile gaps between destinations.
Highlighted box frames indicate inset map coverage of major urban settlements of Appleton, Green Bay, Madison, Milwaukee, Eau Claire, Oshkosh and Racine/ Kenosha. National highways, state highways, freeways, tollways, intersections, airports and recreational areas are other details that are included in the map. The physical landscape is depicted with attractive imagery and variation in color.
Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, Mississippi River, St Croix River, Chequamegon-Nicolet Forest, and the highest point Timms Hills are clearly visible on the map. Other features like national parks, state parks, military installations and forest areas can also be easily placed. With a wonderful combination of political and physical features, this map of Wisconsin makes a perfect geographical guide for businesses, homes and educational institutions.
This map of Wisconsin also provides an overview of the state’s topography with prominent markings. Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, Mississippi River, St Croix River, Chequamegon-Nicolet Forest, and the highest point Timms Hills are clearly visible on the map. National parks, preserves, historical sites, State parks, recreational areas, wilderness areas and national wildlife areas are captioned clearly.
The map is also furnished with a city town index, County index, a driving distance chart and an elaborate legend. Placement of Wisconsin in the national frame is depicted with a miniature map of the US along with a digitized flag of the State.
Location on the map
Wisconsin is located in the Great Lake Region in the north central part of the United States. Wisconsin is bordered by Minnesota in the west and Iowa in the southwest. Illinois can be placed on the south while Lake Superior on the north. Lake Michigan, Montreal River and Michigan can be placed on the east and north east respectively. In the west Mississippi River and St Croix River form water boundaries of the state. The Menominee River flows through the northeastern border.
The key table elaborates symbolic data like national parks, State parks, points of interest, highways, important roads, airports and other details of the title frame.
Region Location on the map of Wisconsin
According to the USCB the state of Wisconsin is located in the Midwestern region of the United States in East North Central Division 3. Other states in this division are Indiana, Illinois, Michigan and Ohio.
Counties in Wisconsin
Wisconsin has been divided into 72 Counties. Milwaukee County is the most populous county of the state, whereas Menominee County is the least populated. Largest county by area is Marathon County.
Time Zone in Wisconsin
Wisconsin falls under the Central Time Zone and follows the Central Standard Time (CST) which is 6 hours behind Greenwich meantime.
ZIP Code of Wisconsin
The Range of Zip codes in Wisconsin is from 53001-54990.
Major cities of Wisconsin
Most of Wisconsin lives in urban settlements and the Greater Milwaukee metropolitan house one third of it. Capital city Madison and the largest city Milwaukee are prominently marked. All primary and secondary cities are marked in its true location and a driving distance chart helps estimate distances between them.
The placement of important settlements like Appleton, Green Bay, Madison, Milwaukee, Oshkosh and Racine/ Kenosha are highlighted on the frame with red box indicators. Highways are numbered for easy orientation along with rail routes and airport locations.
Appleton is located on the banks of Fox River. It extends over three counties though most of it is a part of Outagamie County. The other two counties are Calumet and Winnebago. It is the seat of Outagamie County and the third largest city of the state. It is the heart of Fox River valley and houses 24 community parks.
Some of the landmarks of the city include Hearthstone Historic House, History museum at the Castle, botanical gardens and museums. The City is served by Interstate 41 and other national and state highways. Numbered highways, route map of railroads and, accurate locations of airports and landmarks are main features of the frame.
Green Bay is located at the head of Green Bay in the mouth of Fox River. It is the seat of Brown County and is the third largest city of Wisconsin. Points of interest in the city include Bay Beach amusement Park, Bay Beach WildLife Sanctuary, Fox River Trail, botanical gardens, museums, state parks and recreational areas. Interstate 43 and 41 serve the city along with US route 41 and 141. Airport locations and railroads are also marked out on the frame.
The state capital Madison is the seat of Dane County and the second largest city of Wisconsin. It is surrounded by four lakes which are Lake Mendota, Lake Monona, Lake Kegonsa, and Lake Waubesa. The city is home to 8 National Historic Landmarks and one UNESCO World Heritage Site. Hilldale, Capitol Square State Street and Park Street are some of the commercial centers of the city.
The city has 12 parks and many recreational centers which are indicated on the frame. Interstate 90,94 and 39 serve the city along with Us Highways, State Highways, Passenger Rails and Dane County Regional Airport.
Milwaukee is the largest city of Wisconsin and the seat of Eponymous County. It is the cultural and economic center of the state. Schools, universities, parks, recreational areas, notable buildings and other points of interest form a part of the inset. Museums, Pabst Mansion, County Historical Society, Lake Park, Cathedral Park and Disc Golf are some of the highlights of the city. Interstate 93, 44 and 41 connect the city to the rest of the state.
Other interstate highways, US Highways and State Highways are specifically numbered for quick reference. Intersections, freeways, primary and secondary roads, railroads and airport locations are also indicated with clarity.
Eau Claire is the seat of Eau Claire County and extends into Chippewa County. It is the 10th largest city of the state. It is located on the northern fringes of the Driftless Zone which is a geographical region of south western Wisconsin. There are two lakes in the city, Dells Pond and Half Moon Lake.
The city is served with interstate 94 and US Route 12 and 53.. Airport locations and railroads can also be identified at a glance. Interstate highways, National Highways and State Highways are numbered and their route map is demarcated with different colors. Points of interest marked on the frame Owen Park, Putnam Park, Phoenix Park, Churches, Museums, Trails, Historic parks and universities.
Oshkosh is located in Winnebago County. The City offers many historical sites mainly related to the lumber industry. Some of them are Algoma Boulevard, Irving Church, Oshkosh State Normal School and Paine Lumber Company.
Parks, recreational areas, 27 historical buildings, airport locations and universities are an easy find on the frame. Transportation network is numbered and color coded for quick reference. Interstate 41, US Route 41,45 and State Highways 21,26 and 44 serve the city.
Racine is the seat of Racine County and the fifth largest city in Wisconsin. It is geographically located on the shores of Lake Michigan. Kenosha is the seat of Kenosha County and the fourth largest city of Wisconsin.
It is geographically located on the southwestern shore of Lake Michigan. The transportation network interlinking the region is numbered and color coded for easy orientations. Green spaces are indicated with isolated patches. Landmarks, points of interest, universities, historic sites and educational institutions are named with readable fonts and can be easily placed on the frame.
The map is also furnished with a city town index, County index and a driving distance chart which help locate all primary and secondary towns.
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|Size||18.5 x 20.75 in|
|Publisher Name||Globe Turner|