Southern Ontario Map - Hamilton
Create custom street maps in Hamilton centred on your business, home or other key point of interest. Maps are developed from Lucidmap’s iconic Canadian street mapping... Read More
Create custom street maps in Hamilton centred on your business, home or other key point of interest. Maps are developed from Lucidmap’s iconic Canadian street mapping cartography. Coverage includes most of the City of Hamilton. The northern limits of the coverage area include Freelton, Carlisle, Waterdown, Burlington Beach, down along Lake Ontario to the Town of Lincoln. The southern limit extends down from Hamilton Harbour and includes Greensville, Sandhill, Mount Hope, Caledonia and Binbrook. Native scale is 1:25,000.
What area does the map cover?
The port city in the Canadian province of Ontario is an industrial hub in the Golden Horseshoe region at the west end of Lake Ontario. The new Hamilton city was formed through the amalgamation of the former city and the other constituent lower-tier municipalities of the Regional Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth with the upper-tier regional government. The metropolitan area has been listed as the ninth largest in Canada and the third largest in Ontario.
Carlisle : Carlisle is a community in Flamborough, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The small town of Carlisle balances businesses, farms, century-old housing, modern subdivisions and estates nestled along Bronte Creek and woven throughout extensive conservation areas. The town lies about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) north of Waterdown.
Waterdown : Waterdown is a community in Canada which since 2001 has been a community of Hamilton, Ontario. The dissolved municipality was created from the part of East Flamborough Township on the edge of the Niagara Escarpment, just east of the junction of King's Highways Nos. 5 and 6, traditionally known as Clappison's Corners.
Hamilton Harbour : Hamilton Harbour, formerly known as Burlington Bay, lies on the western tip of Lake Ontario, bounded on the northwest by the City of Burlington, on the south by the City of Hamilton, and on the east by Hamilton Beach and Burlington Beach.
Greensville : Greensville is a community in Flamborough, Hamilton in the Canadian province of Ontario.
Mount Hope : Mount Hope is a neighbourhood and former town in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The town centre of the community is considered to be at the intersection of Airport Road and Homestead Drive.
Caledonia : Caledonia was once a small strip of land between Seneca and Oneida villages. This small town is situated on the Grand River in Haldimand County, Ontario, Canada.
Binbrook : The community in southeastern Hamilton, Ontario, in Canada was amalgamated into the city of Hamilton in 2001.
About the Ready-to-Customise Map
This customisable map of the Southern Ontario Region is a multi-scale product that uses : Maximum Print Scale (Native Scale) - 1:12,500, Minimum Print Scale - 1:37,000, Optimal Print Scale - 1:25,000. The map can be zoomed to a level to locate important points including recreational centres, parks, churches, municipalities, regions, towns, cities, and more. You can even search for desired places, locate them over the map, crop the area, preview and order the map online.
Maps can be chosen at a set orientation, size, and with a desired material of finish including paper, matte plastic, matte plastic with rails, and lamination. You can even give a title for your map and use it for your easy reference.
The map is published by Lucidmap - the publishing house has its headquarters in Toronto, Ontario. Their expert team works with experienced cartographers. Graphic designers and GIS specialists. Presently, Lucidmap contributes to the Canadian market share with its huge collection of Atlas and fold map titles.
Lucidmap publishes printed map products covering cities across North America for the retail market through the Route-Master Map Corporation. It also offers a wide variety of mapping products in both print and digital formats. One can easily find street and road maps, recreation and cycling maps, atlases, digital and online maps and smartphone applications as per their convenience.
Maximum Print Scale - 1:12,500
Minimum Print Scale - 1:37,000
Optimal Print Scale - 1:25,000