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Kamloops Lake, British Columbia Canada
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Rest area west of Kamloops BC, along Trans Canada Highway 1. View of Kamloops Lake, Tobiano Golf course and city of Kamloops, BC.   

Kamloops Lake in British Columbia, Canada is situated on the Thompson River just west of Kamloops. The lake is 1.6 km wide, 29 km long, and up to 152 m deep. The community of Savona is located at the west end of the lake, with the city of Kamloops located a few miles east of the head of the lake at the confluence of the North and South Thompson Rivers.

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