Directions/Contact us

 

Access to the resort is via gravel logging road. The driving time from both Kamloops and the Shuswap is approximately 1.5 hours.

From Kamloops:
- 60 Km north of Kamloops on HWY 5 to Agate Bay Road turnoff (turn right)
- 22 Km on pavement to Minova Road turnoff (turn left) 
- 16 Km on gravel to Resort (follow the signs)

From the Shuswap: Do not use GPS it will take you to the wrong place!
- Head north off HWY 1 at Squilax / Adams Lake exit located between Chase & Sorrento.
- Travel 10km on pavement to south end of Adams Lake.
- Go 19 km on gravel, heading north on Adams Lake West Forest Service Road (aka “Holdings Road”) to Agate Bay, then turn left at 4-way stop.
- Go 9km on pavement to Minova Road turnoff (turn right onto gravel).
- Go 16km on gravel to Resort (follow the signs).

If you are travelling midweek, contact us to see if you need to watch out for logging trucks.

From the North:
- Head south on Hwy5 to town of Barriere
- Proceed south of Barriere 2 Km to Agate Bay Road turnoff, turn left
- 22 Km on pavement to Minova Road turnoff, (turn left)
- 16 Km on gravel to Resort (follow the signs)

 

For general inquiries or further information please contact us via the form below. Or call us at 1-250-434-4111

DIRECTIONS

For turn by turn directions:

 

Click the Google logo above to open the JLR map in a new window. Then click the blue arrow for directions, then click the resort on the map and it will fill in the address then type your starting address in on the second line, then click the double arrow to change directions.

Mailing address:

6000 Johnson Lake Forest Service Road,

Louis Creek, BC, V0E 2E0

 

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Jim and Barb have decided to continue with their semi-retirement from last year, and as a result, the Resort will remain closed for the 2021 season.  Next February, we will post our plans for 2022.