Lake Chatuge

Lake Chatuge

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Lake Chatuge is a man-made reservoir created by the Chatuge Dam which finished construction in 1942. The lake is relatively shallow with depths of 30 feet and reaches 144 feet by the dam. Lake Chatuge is the highest major lake in the state of Georgia. The reservoir is extended into North Carolina being a principal freshwater source for the region.

The scenic beauty of Lake Chatuge is nearly unsurpassed in the Southern Appalachian Mountains, drawing tourists and seasonal residents from all over the country. This influx of people contributes positively to the economies of Towns and Clay counties. Recreation includes boating, swimming, fishing, and a wide variety of other water sports. Along the shoreline, people enjoy walking, hiking, and mountain biking.

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A watershed is an area of land that drains to a common point. The roughly 70-square mile watershed that drains to Lake Chatuge contains forests, farmland, and livestock operations, as well as roads, homes, businesses, and other developed areas. Runoff from all the activities that happen on the landscape can carry pollutants into the lake. The Lake Chatuge watershed and surrounding area experienced explosive growth in the 1990s and early 2000s. During that time, the ecological health rating that TVA routinely assigns to its reservoirs also dropped more than 25 points from Good to Poor.

The typical time for production is 7-10 working days.

Delivery Schedule: 7-10 days.
Product Type: 3D Art Wall Map
Style: Artistic Laser-Cut Hardwood
Size: 24″ x 30″ or 20″ x 24″
Country of Manufacture: U.S.A. – St. Petersburg, Florida

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Additional information

Weight 325 oz
Dimensions 36 × 28 × 6 in
Size

Lat/Long 5" x 11", Desktop 9" x 11", Small 16" x 20", Small 16" x 20"-multi, Medium 20" x 24", Large 25" x 30", Jumbo 36" x 43", Custom – Call us

Frame Color

None, Dark Walnut

Water Layers

Single, Multiple