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Lake Hickory, North Carolina!

Lake Hickory, North Carolina!

Lake Hickory offers a crystalline color, since it has a sabulous floor, as irreconcilable to clay. The shoreline of Lake Hickory is one of its appreciable assets. Duke Energy, the possessor of the lake, has kept over twenty miles of shoreline for intrinsic areas! 🏖

Lake Hickory, NC - Laser Cut Wood Map

Lake Hickory, NC - Laser Cut Wood Map

Our beautifully detailed, laser engraved and precision cut map of Lake Hickory in Catawba County, North Carolina with the following interesting stats carved into it:

  • 4,223 Surface Acres
  • 105 Miles of Shoreline
  • Average Depth: 33 Feet
  • Maximum Depth: 100 Feet


Lake Hickory was created on the Catawba River in 1927 with the completion of the Oxford Dam 11 miles northeast of Hickory. The dam parallels the NC Highway,_16 bridge over the Catawba River between Interstate 40 and Taylorsville. It is 122 feet high, with an overall length of 1,200 feet. The spillway section of the dam is 550 feet long. 

Lake Hickory was named after the city of Hickory and runs along its northern edge. The lake covers almost 4,223 acres with 105 miles of shoreline. Full pond elevation is 935 feet. Lake Hickory is a reliable source of water for the cities of Hickory and Conover and the town of Longview.

Duke Energy provides five public access areas on the lake in cooperation with the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission.

Lake Rhodhiss, North Carolina!

Lake Rhodhiss, North Carolina!

Rhodhiss is a dependable wellspring of water for the neighboring cities of Granite Falls, Lenoir, Morganton and Valdese, North Carolina. Duke Energy provides four boat access areas and one bank fishing area on the lake in cooperation with N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission.🌅🦢
Lake James in Burke County. North Carolina!

Lake James in Burke County. North Carolina!

This is our ravishing Laser Cut Wood Map of Lake James in Burke County, North Carolina!

The Lake was named after James B Duke, one of the founders of Duke Power.

Year Built: 1916-1923

Surface Acres: 6,510

Shoreline: 150 Miles

Maximum Depth: 120 Feet

Average Depth: 65 Feet

Formed by the impoundment of the Catawba River and the Linville River create Lake James, which is the most proactively upstream reservoir and operated by Duke Energy! 🏕🛶

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