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Capture the essence of Minnesota's Lake Mille Lacs, a year-round family fun destination, with this stunning vintage-style map sign. Made from high-quality materials, this map captures the essence of one of the state's most popular recreational lakes.


With its scenic beauty, rich history, and unparalleled ice fishing.Located in the heart of Minnesota's lake country, Lake Mille Lacs offers endless opportunities for outdoor adventure and family fun. Whether you're fishing for walleye, muskie, or northern pike, boating, swimming, or simply soaking up the sun on one of the many beaches, Lake Mille Lacs has something for everyone.


And when it comes to winter, Lake Mille Lacs truly comes alive, with some of the best ice fishing in the state. From early December to late February, anglers can walk out onto the frozen lake, where they'll find ice up to four feet thick. With a rich history of ice fishing dating back generations, Lake Mille Lacs is truly a one-of-a-kind destination for winter sports enthusiasts.


Whether you're a seasoned angler or simply love the great outdoors, this map sign is the perfect way to honor your love for Lake Mille Lacs.

Art by: Lake Art

Mille Lacs Lake, Minnesota

  • This vintage-style sign is available as a Barrel End or a Ship Wheel.

    Barrel End signs are available in two sizes (23-inch round and 40-inch round) and are embellished with a metal outside ring and 4 studs. Material: Wood with a metal outside ring and metal studs.

    Ship Wheels are available in one size (32-inch from handle to handle). Material: Wood.

    Indoor use only.

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    Disclaimer: Maps are intended for decoration only, may contain erroneous information, and may not be used for navigation. All geography changes over time. Lake depths not only change over the years, but season-to-season as well. And ocean depths, of course, change with the tides.

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