Western New York is most known for the Finger Lakes but it’s also dotted with smaller, lesser-known lakes that are equally spectacular. Chautauqua Lake is home to the Miller Bell Tower, one of its most recognizable landmarks and Rushford Lake, formed by a dam in the Caneadea Creek, feeds the Genesee River. Hold your place with a map from our Western New York collection and cherish it for years to come.
Our free standing mini maps are made by cutting out and finishing a thin layer of either cherry or maple wood. We then mount it to a clear acrylic backer. They come boxed with a small black stand so that they can be easily displayed anywhere.
Because these maps are handmade out of thin layers of wood, the woodgrain will vary from one map to another and we encourage you to avoid displaying them in direct sunlight or potentially damp areas.