Opens Saturday, June 8, 2013
Hours: 11 am - 7 pm
Daily admission is $3 per person
The Beach hours are reduced to 11am – 5pm August 12 – 30, 2013. (Last day of the 2013 season is August 30)
Buy your swim pass before June 8 and save $10! Please go to CloquetCommunityEd.com to purchase your pass.
New & Improved Photo ID system: Give your assigned number and we can pull up your photo!
No paper passes are used - photos are kept on our system. Photos can be mailed with registration or emailed with names clearly identified. Photos can also be taken by staff on the first visit to the Beach.
Pinehurst Park is a great place to go for a swim with filtered, chlorinated water and a sand-bottom.
The Beach at Pinehurst Park is located in Cloquet, Minnesota The clean, cool water is refreshing on a hot summer day.
Sunbathers and children will love the sand.
The zero entry is great for little ones. Swim lanes and a 6 foot center depth - for swimmers of all levels.
Facility & Activites
Changing rooms, kiddie slides, sand volleyball court, shade umbrellas, picnic areas and concessions available.
The Beach follows American Red Cross safety guidelines. Lifeguards on duty. Beach-goers should use the buddy system and supervise young children at all times. Only U.S. Coast Guard approved flotation devices may be worn in the water.
6 years and under need to be supervised by an adult that is in the water with them.
10 years and up can come alone. Please swim with a buddy.
The beach at Pinehurst Park is available for rent for your party or event!
Contact Cloquet Community Education for current rates.
Call: (218) 879-1261 or E-mail: email@example.com
Chub Lake Park/Beach
Chub Lake is a lake in Twin Lakes Township, Carlton County, Minnesota, United States. According to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR), it has an area of 311 acres (1.26 km2) and a maximum depth of 28 feet (8.5 m). On its North end is Chub Lake Park with its beach and a state owned public boat access. The DNR's information on the lake says that its primary fish species are walleye and largemouth bass.