pinehurst park


The Beach at Pinehurst Park 

The Beach Opens Monday, June 12th – August 12th, 2023
Hours: Mon-Fri 11 – 7pm, Sat/Sun 11 – 6pm

Beach Passes – No need to carry a pass around! – Your pass is kept
in our software. You will check in each day you attend.


Our 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. Just off Hwy 33 – at the intersection of 33 and Carlton Avenue.
The clean, cool water is refreshing on a hot summer day. Sunbathers and children will love the sand.

Swim Areas
The zero entry is great for little ones. Swim lanes and a 6 foot center depth – for swimmers of all levels.

Facility & Activities
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.
All swimmers, age 11 and under, will be required to wear a life jacket outside of the slide areas (canoe & frog). Ages 9-11 may test out of life jacket requirement, or show their level 4 certificate issued by Cloquet Community Ed.

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.
12 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!

For more information, click here for the Community Ed Website

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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.