Welcome to Johnson Lake, Nebraska Chamber of Commerce Web Site! We are excited you are visiting, and anxious to share Johnson Lake, Nebraska with you.
Our goal for this web site is to promote Johnson Lake as a fabulous place to live, do business and as a vacation destination! Johnson Lake, Nebraska really has it all.
Take a look around our web site. Come back and visit often, as Johnson Lake grows, so will our web site.
With all the recreational opportunities we have to offer, Johnson Lake is definitely Nebraska's Playground. With 28 miles of shoreline, water activities abound: fishing, boating, water skiing, tubing, swimming or just relaxing on the shore with the soothing sound of waves to calm you. An 18-hole golf course is just down the road for the golf enthusiast. Eagle viewing is enjoyed seasonally at the lake. Johnson Lake hosts an Annual Fourth of July Fireworks display, which brings in folks from all surrounding cities.
We are proud of the community Johnson Lake has become. We have our own emergency medical services, with volunteers around the lake to help at a moments' notice. The Chapel of the Lake has weekly church services during the Summer with local ministers filling the pulpit. Several stores around the lake provide the necessities.
We look forward to assisting you in any way we can. For more information contact the the Johnson Lake Chamber by e-mail form.
Platte Valley Brewery Kearney
Miletta Vista Winery St. Paul
Three Brothers Vineyard & Winery Farnam
Madeline’s Café & Bakery, LLC Lexington
Portside Express Johnson Lake
The Coffee Tree, LLC Eustis
The Inlet Hideaway
When: Saturday, May 28
Where: Lexington Public Library
When: Sunday, May 29
Where: Johnson Lake EMS Building
What to bring: sack lunch and pen or pencil
Registration: Contact Kathy Fowler, Johnson Lake Chamber of Commerce @ 308-627-3895 or EMAIL
Boating Safety Courses teach students how to safely operate a motorized boat while following all rules and regulations. Topics covered include navigation and safe operation, Nebraska laws, & emergency preparedness. Anyone born after December 31, 1985 is required to successfully complete a Boating Safety Course and possess a course certificate while operating a boat or personal watercraft.
Non-residents who have successfully completed a NASBLA approved boating safety course recognized by another state are allowed to operate a motorboat in Nebraska.
You must be at least 14 years of age to operate a motorboat or personal watercraft in Nebraska.
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The Johnson Lake Chamber of Commerce is presenting its 5th Annual Art & Wine Festival Saturday, June 11th, 10:00 am-5:00 pm at Lakeview Acres Park on beautiful Johnson Lake, Nebraska (please note that we will be going an additional hour this year). As past exhibitors, we want to thank you for your participation and to personally invite you to join us again this year.
This event has become a major annual attraction for our area and with your talents, our sponsors support and those who attend we hope to continue to have another great year.
Browse through the many talented artists, stop for a glass of wine from Three Brothers Vineyard, Mac’s Creek Winery & Vineyard and Miletta Vista Winery. Enjoy a glass of beer from Kinkaider Brewing Co. as you listen to Formally Three. Food and snacks will be available from Portside Express, Madeline’s Café & Bakery, Inlet Hideaway and the Coffee Tree. Enjoy a glass of beer with Kinkaider Brewery Co. and Platte Valley Brewery Kearney. Chamber proceeds will go to benefit Johnson Lake community activities.