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Lake Wylie, North Carolina / South Carolina - Wood Laser Cut Map - Earnhardt Collection Map

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This is a beautifully detailed, laser engraved and precision cut topographical Map of Lake Wylie in York County, South Carolina and Gaston and Mecklenburg Counties in North Carolina, with the following interesting stats carved into it:

  • Named after Dr. W. Gil Wylie
  • Created in 1904
  • rebuilt in 1924
  • 13,443 acres
  • Shoreline: 325 miles
  • Max. depth: 94 feet

Personalize your own map by choosing 3 options from the links below. Each option you choose will be engraved where the corresponding number is shown on the map in the image. Once you've made your selection, hit the back button and go to the next option. Add names and dates as a message during checkout. We will send a graphic proof for approval prior to production. Please contact us if you have any questions.

Custom Engraving Option 1

Custom Engraving Option 2

Custom Engraving Option 3


Interesting factoid: The man-made lake was first formed when the Catawba Power Company built the Catawba Dam and Power Plant near India Hook, South Carolina in 1904. This dam impounded the Catawba River and created Lake Catawba, which was utilized to create hydro-electric power. In 1905 the Catawba Power Company became part of the Southern Power Company.

In 1924 the Southern Power Company raised the level of the dam and built the new Catawba Hydroelectric Station to replace the original. This new facility opened in August 1925, increasing the surface area of Lake Catawba from 668 acres to 13,400 acres. The Southern Power Company was merged with Duke Power Company in 1927.

In October 1960 the power station was renamed the Wylie Hydroelectric Station and the lake was renamed Lake Wylie, both in honor of Dr. Jake Stephen Wylie, one of the founders of the original Catawba Power Company that had created the lake and become Duke Power.

(Not all of this information made it onto the map, we just love to read up on the lakes we design)