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Banks Lake
  • Banks Lake Washington - Birch
    Banks Lake Washington - Birch
  • Banks Lake Washington - Forest
    Banks Lake Washington - Forest
  • Banks Lake Washington - Lakeside
    Banks Lake Washington - Lakeside
  • Banks Lake Washington - Terra cotta
    Banks Lake Washington - Terra cotta
  • BDCO Lake Birch Detail
    BDCO Lake Birch Detail
  • BDCO Lake Forest Detail
    BDCO Lake Forest Detail
  • BDCO Lake Lakeside Detail
    BDCO Lake Lakeside Detail
  • BDCO Lake Terra cotta Detail
    BDCO Lake Terra cotta Detail
  • BDCO Lake Back Detail
    BDCO Lake Back Detail
  • BDCO Lake Context 1
    BDCO Lake Context 1
  •  Lake Context 2
    BDCO Lake Context 2

Banks Lake

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LKBNWA1216BR
$145.00
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Our Lake Map is made to order and could take between 5 and 10 business days be to created. For additional information contact us via Email or call 207-887-9609.

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Banks Lake Map

Our Laser Engraved Lake Map highlights your favorite fishing or sailing destination. This Map makes a perfect gift for anniversaries, weddings, housewarming, the office, and more. With our selection of maps and charts, you can pair your favorites places together to make a perfect layout.

Available in 4 colors to suit any interior decor. Designed and manufactured with love at our studio in Maine.

  • Sizes available: 12" x 16", and 18" x 24"
  • Materials: Baltic birch wood
  • Proud to be USA Made

Interested in customizing your own map? Email the team at hello@benoitsdesign.co for more information.

Banks Lake is a 27-mile long reservoir in central Washington in the United States. Part of the Columbia Basin Project, Banks Lake occupies the northern portion of the Grand Coulee, a formerly dry coulee near the Columbia River, formed by the Missoula Floods during the Pleistocene epoch.

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