Johnson  Lake, British Columbia, Is an Ideal Day Trip

Living in the interior of British Columbia we are blessed with mountains and lakes and scenery that can take your breath away.

Johnson Lake BC is known around our area as the “Caribbean of the North” with its unbelievable crystal clear water and the multi-coloured shades of blue and green.

About Johnson  Lake BC

Big Johnson Lake is situated remotely between Barriere and Adams Lake, is 5km long, and is approximately 200 feet deep.

How to Get to Johnson Lake

Johnson Lake, BC is a ninety-minute drive from Kamloops and Shuswap and the best way to get there is to take Hwy 5 to Agate Bay Road at Louis Creek.

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What to Bring for a Day at Johnson Lake, BC

- Camping chairs - Picnic blanket - Cooler and lots of food and water - Waterproof sunscreen and hat

Things to do at Johnson Lake in BC

The area does not have too many amenities but there are fun activities in the water that will keep you mesmerized all day.

Paddle Boarding

The trees line the lake so there is no beach and there are only a couple of small spots to launch kayaks, small boats, and paddleboards.

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