Notable dates at the lake

Ladies Luncheon: 4th Wednesday of each month. Contact Linda Ridenour 308-870-2401 for reservations.
Chapel of the Lake: Interdenominational services at 8:30 a.m. each Sunday from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. Contact Judy Wixson at 308-785-2287 for questions.
The dump:

 - Spring Hours: Open second full weekend in April Saturday & Sunday 1pm – 5pm; closed Easter Sunday

 - Summer Hours: May 1st Wednesday, Friday & Sunday 1pm – 5pm; Saturday 8am – 12pm 1pm – 5pm

 - Fall Hours: Labor Day Wednesday & Saturday 1pm – 5pm; Friday & Sunday 1pm – 4pm
The final open date will be Sunday before Thanksgiving depending on weather.

After hours or questions contact 308-746-6026


JLDI meets third Tuesday of every month, April through October at 7:00 p.m. at the EMS Building.

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Johnson Lake has been referred to as Nebraska's best-kept secret partly due to the pure enjoyment of lakeside living, but also due to the number of attractions, activities and outright outdoor fun!

 

The Lake offers a wide variety of on-the-water fun including boating, sailing, water skiing, Jet Skiing® and wakeboarding. Johnson Lake is known across the region for excellent fishing (boasting some of the best walleye fishing the country), hunting and wildlife viewing.

 

The fun isn't all about being near or on the water. The area offers a local 18-hole golf course including 11 courses within a 50 mile radius. The hike and bike project provides residents and visitors with 7.6 miles of off-road trails at the lake.

 

Other attractions include two public beaches, two state campgrounds, shopping, and annual events such as the Memorial Day Community Garage Sale, Art and Wine Festival, Fourth of July Fireworks Show, fishing tournaments, sailing regattas, Antique Shows (Lexington).

 

Come see for yourself. We guarantee you'll have a great time!

 

See Service Listing for businesses and phone numbers.

 

For more details on these and other events at Johnson Lake and the surrounding community, please contact the Johnson Lake Chamber.