Barron County Map, Wisconsin

 Barron County Map, Wisconsin

Recommended for you

Map of California and Mexico
Map of California and Mexico
The eastern part of the international border between USA and Mexico is defined by river Rio Grande. It encompasses a variety of terrains from major urban area, deserts, mountainous regions and Colorado Delta. In the west the border touches the Pacific Ocean. It is supposed to be the most frequently crossed international border in the world. Related Maps Mexico Map California Map Last Updated on: May 15, 2017
California fault lines map
California fault lines map
Last Updated on: May 19, 2017
California Rivers Map
California Rivers Map
Rivers in California California falls under the watershed area of the Pacific Ocean. A part of the eastern region of California is under the watershed area of the Great Basin. Sacramento and San Joaquin are the most prominent snow fed rivers of the state. River Eel, River Klamath, River Salinas and River Russian flow through the coastal region of California. River Merced, River Owens and River Feather are some of the other prominent rivers of the State of California. Most of the rivers of the southern part of California run dry, except during the monsoon season. The Amargosa River of the Death Valley is one of the important rivers of southern California. California has several natural lakes. The California State Map indicates the prominent lakes of the state. Encompassing total area of 969 square kilometer, the Salton Sea of the Imperial Valley is the biggest lake of California. The Salton Sea was formed during the early part of the 1900, when the surplus water of the Colorado River filled up the natural depression of the Imperial Valley. Mono Lake, Owens Lake, Goose Lake, Honey Lake and Tahoe Lake are few of the notable lakes of California.
Eureka Map, California
Eureka Map, California

The Eureka city of California has a total area of 14.4 square miles among which 9.4 square miles is land and 5 square miles is water. The population density of Eureka is 2,764.5 people and the city can be categorized into number of races. The major population is of white race and they contribute about 83% of the population. The average temperature of Eureka city in California is about 13 degree and the winters are mild and rainy whereas the summers are moderate. Eureka experiences fog throughout the year as it has coastal regions nearby it. The history of Eureka says that the Wiyot people are the indigenous people of this area and they were related to the fishery and the basketry management. After the end of 1850, the Europeans ventured in Eureka and simultaneously overwhelmed the Wiyot. Initially the economy of the country was based on timber, fishing and in supplying gold mining efforts inland but later all of them diminished by twentieth century. Presently the major industries of Eureka in California are timber, tourism, services and health care sectors. The renowned St. Joseph Hospital in Eureka is the largest employer in Eureka and is a private organization. Eureka is voted one among the best 100 small towns in America and it's on the basis of cultural resources and other such favorable attributes. The tourism industry is favored due to the presence of extensive lodgings, dining facilities along with shopping outlets through out the city. Some specialty of the Eureka shops houses various beautiful art and handicrafts of this city. Major event of Eureka includes the art and cultural festivals and they are numerous like the Redwood coast Music festivals and the Rhododendron festival. Eureka in California has a vibrant musical and art background and the city is much famous for the cultural idiosyncrasies. The attractions of Eureka include various architectural monuments, museums along with the zoological parks. Along with a rich historical background the Eureka offers, plethora of recreational activities and they all make Eureka unique among rest of the cities in California. Last Updated on: May 18, 2017

California Rail Map
California Rail Map
About the California Railway Map The railway map, while pointing out the tracks, also indicates the cities and boroughs which are intersected by the state railway lines. Amtrak is one of the main railway service providers of California state which offers 170 commuter trains and 38 intercity trains. Places like Santa Barbara, Los Angeles and San Diego are well-linked with the regular trains provided by Amtrak. While Coaster and San Diegans commuter trains make San Diego accessible, the Union Station of Los Angeles allows Metrolink and long-distance trains. San Diegan and Coast Starlight trains of Amtrak offer easy connectivity to Santa Barbara in California. Some of the major towns such as Santa Ana, Stockton, San Fransisco, Oakland, Fresno and Anaheim can be reached through the regularized train services of the state. The California map is also a vital illustrative tool which shows the wide-reaching railway network of the place.
California Hotels Map
California Hotels Map
About Hotels in California While in California the tourists have a wide range of options with respect to accommodation. Among the accommodation provisions are the California hotels. The hotels in California range from luxury spa resorts to 5-star hotels, budget hotels and inns. There are numerous hotels in California distributed all over the state. Various counties of California have a number of hotel options for the tourists. Along with the general hotel options California hotels also comprise a diverse range of interesting hotels like Beach hotels and resorts, Pet hotels, California golf resorts, Spa resorts and Tennis vacation hotels. The hotels of California are well equipped with all modern amenities and provisions and have excellent service. The California hotels also provide information to the tourists on the sightseeing and tourist sites of the state. Every California hotel caters to the needs and demands of the clients. Some hotels are known for their affordable prices, some for their features that serve business purposes while some for their luxurious accommodation provisions and amenities. Popular hotels of California include Candy Cane Inn, Renaissance Esmeralda Resort and Spa, Palace Hotel Luxury Collection, Kon Tiki Inn, San Diego Marriot Hotel and Marina, Disneyland Grand Californian, JW Marriot Hotel San Francisco etc.
Cities in California
Cities in California
From the hubbub of Hollywood to the natural grandeur of Yosemite,'The Golden State' is a treasure worth exploring. The state is split into 58 counties. While San Bernardino County is the largest county by area in the contiguous US, Los Angeles County is the most populous county. Sacramento is the state capital and California's fourth largest city. The city of Los Angeles, kernel of the entertainment industry, is the second largest city in the US behind New York. The Getty Center, Griffith Park and Observatory, Hollywood Sign, Venice Beach Boardwalk, Sunset Boulevard, and Malibu Beach are popular places to visit in Los Angeles. San Francisco, also known as “The City by the Bay,” is home to the emblematic Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz Island, Coit Tower, and the largest Chinatown in North America. Nicknamed “America's Finest City,” San Diego is the second largest city in the state. Located within the San Francisco Bay Area, San Jose (also called “Capital of Silicon Valley”) is the largest city in Northern California. Fresno, Oakland, Bakersfield, Anaheim, Santa Ana, Modesto, and Pasadena are other major cities in California. Getting In and Around Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), San Francisco International Airport (SFO), and San Diego International Airport (SAN) are the busiest airports in California. Amtrak operates Coast Starlight, Southwest Chief, Sunset Limited, Texas Eagle, Pacific Surfliner, San Joaquin, California Zephyr, and Capitol Corridor through the state. I-5, I-8, I-10, I-15, I-40, and I-80 are primary interstate highways in California. U.S. Route 101 and State Route 1 run along the most of the Pacific coastline of California. MOW.DT.01.11.17
California high speed rail Map
California high speed rail Map
Last Updated on: May 26, 2017
California Geography
California Geography

The state of California covers a land area of 163,973 square miles and 7,734 square miles of water. California is the third largest state in the US and has over 1,200 miles of coastline. The state of California never ceases to amaze the tourist with its incredible geographic diversity. The northern part of the state is dotted with a number of rugged mountain ranges. The Klamath Mountains dominate the northwestern regions of California. The peaks of the Klamath Mountains vary from 6,000 to 8,000 feet in height. The mountains form small ranges and form a thickly forested region, punctuated by deep canyons. The Klamath, the Smith, and the Trinity traverse this mountainous region. The Cascade Mountains to the east of the Klamath Mountains are formed from volcanic activity in the region. The region is also known as the Cascade Volcanic Arc due to the presence of many dormant volcanoes, notably in the vicinity of Lassen Peak. Lassen rises to a height of about 2000 feet and last erupted in 1915. Mount Shasta, the second highest peak in the Cascade Mountains, is believed by geologists to be a dormant volcano. It is known to erupt once every 600-800 years. To the east of the Cascades, is the Modoc Plateau area, which was formed from the volcanic activity in the Cascades. South of the Cascade Mountains and the Modoc Plateau, is the Sierra Nevada mountain range. The Sierra Nevada range, a batholitic landform, runs for over 400 miles from north to south. At 14,494 feet, Mt. Whitney is the highest elevation in all the 48 lower states of the USA. The mountain range has about 10 other peaks with an elevation of over 14,000 feet. Three national parks, the Kings Canyon National Park, the Sequoia National Park, and the Yosemite National Park are located in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The Yosemite National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Lake Tahoe is the largest lake of this region. This 193 square mile large lake is located at an elevation of 1,640 feet. Owens Lake and Mono Lake are other lakes in Sierra Nevada. The Central Valley forms the heartland of the country, flanked by the Sierra Nevada to the east and the Coast Ranges to the west. The valley itself is about 450 miles long. The Sacramento and San Joaquin rives crisscross the valley making it incredibly fertile. The Central Valley is also the agricultural hub of the state. The rivers form a delta and drain into the San Francisco bay. The Tehachapi Mountains extending from the Sierra Nevada virtually seal the Central Valley to the south. The Coastal Ranges, to the west of the Central Valley seem to rise right from the coastline. The Diabolo Range, Santa Cruz Mountains, and Santa Lucia Ranges go to make the Coastal Ranges. The southern section of the Coastal Ranges is called Sierra Madre Mountains and San Rafael Mountains. Mount Pinos and Junipero Serra Peak are some of the important peaks in the Coastal Ranges. The Coastal Ranges are punctuated by many fertile valleys such as the Napa Valley, the Santa Clara valley, and the Salinas Valley. The coastal region to the west of these ranges (including the San Francisco Bay area) is the most populous region in California. Many fast-flowing creeks and rivers originate in the Coastal Ranges and flow into the valleys. The coastal belt is also home to redwood forests such as the Redwood National Park, a UNESCO Heritage site. This area is also affected by the presence of many earthquake causing fault lines. The San Andreas Fault, running through California, is a major fault line. It enters the country through this region. The San Francisco Bay area is adversely impacted by the presence of the Hayward Fault and Los Angeles by the San Gabriel fault. This makes almost all of California extremely susceptible to catastrophes as caused by the San Francisco earthquake in 1996. The Santa Ynez Mountains, the Santa Susana Mountains, the San Gabriel Mountains, and the San Bernardino Mountains make up the Transverse Ranges that geographically divide north and south California. Mount San Gorgonio, at 11,499 feet, is one of the highest elevations of the San Bernardino Mountains. The Transverse Ranges, unlike the other mountain ranges of California run east-west. South of the Transverse Ranges are the Peninsular Ranges. The northern fringe of this region is a fertile basin formed by the rivers San Gabriel, Santa Ana, and Los Angeles. The cities of Los Angeles and San Diego are located in this region. East of the basin are the mountain ranges. The Peninsular Ranges are made up of the Laguna Mountains, the Palomar Mountain Range, the Santa Ana Mountains, the San Jacinto Mountains, and the Santa Rosa Mountains. East of the Sierra Nevada is the Basin and Range region that extends into Oregon and Nevada. This region contains the high peaks of White Mountains, Inyo Mountains, and Panamint Mountains and also Death Valley. Death Valley is the lowest point in the USA and lies 282 feet below sea level. To the south-east extreme of California is the Mojave Desert which covers over 25,000 square miles of Californian territory. Vegetation is sparse and most of the region is at an elevation of more than 2,000 feet above sea level. To the south of the state is the Colorado Desert that extends into Mexico. The Imperial Valley is one region in Baja California which is highly irrigated and agriculturally productive. The Channel Islands, Anacapa Island, San Miguel Island, Santa Cruz Island, Santa Rosa Island, San Clemente Island, San Nicolas Island, Santa Barbara Island, and Santa Catalina Island are located off the coast of California. Most of California enjoys mild climate and equitable rainfall. The coastal regions can get rather cold in winter months. The desert regions are low on rainfall and the temperature soars up to 130°F. The cities of Los Angeles and San Diego have average temperatures ranging between 50°F and 60°F and are very pleasant. Last Updated on: May 24, 2017