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Swimming Lessons & Classes

Any questions please contact:

Lisa Beckstrand
Pool Coordinator
Pool Office 634-2735 ext. 1101


Open Swim: Monday/ Wednesday/ Friday 12:30-3:00 pm; Tuesdays/ Thursday 4:00-8:30 pm.

There will be NO open swim times on Saturday and Sundays during the months of
June, July and August.
Adult Swim: Tuesday, Wednesdays and Thursdays 5:00-8:00 am
Water Exercise Class: Mondays/ Wednesdays 4:15-5:15 pm
Schedule subject to change- Please refer to the pool calendar for specific days

Price List
Family Max-$12.00

Punch Card Prices:
Adult: $25.00
Student: $12.00
Preschool: $7.00

July 11-22, 2022- Monday- Friday


9-9:30-level 1

9:30-10-level 2

9:30-10:15-level 3

10:00-11:00-level 4

Evening Lessons

July 11-29, 2022- Monday/Wednesday/Friday


6-6:30-level 1

6:30-7-level 2

6:30-7:15-level 3


August 1-4 2022

5:30-6:15 pm

Swim Lesson Costs:



Level 1-$30.00/$32.50

Level 2-$30.00/$32.50

Level 3-$35.00/$37.50

Level 4-$40.00/$42.50

Level 5-$40.00/$42.50

Level 6-$40.00/$42.50


 Private Lessons Cost:

Preschool-Level 3-$50.00

Levels 4-6-$60.00

American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Private/Semi-Private/Family Lessons

 Hours: 9:00 am-12:00 Noon

Call/Email the pool office to set up dates/times. 218-634-2735


Private/Semi-Private/Family lessons run for 5 days for 1/2 hour

Adult Water Comfort Class

This class is designed to help adults gain comfort in the water in a relaxed atmosphere. Individuals or small groups are welcome to call the pool office to set up dates/times. Classes will run for five 1/2 hour classes

Stroke Refinement

Adult swimmers interested in a class to help refine/improve their swim strokes, can call the pool office to set up class times. This will be an individual/small group class

Water Exercise

We use hand weight and resistance noodles for toning.  We also do lite cardio as well.

Water exercise facts:

  • Your body is supported-making exercises easier and less painful while you’re performing movements.
  • The buoyancy provided by the water helps to protect your joints from the shocking impact usually associated with exercising on land.
  • Resistance of the water against all your motions resulting in high workout intensities as compared to land exercises.
  • A massaging effect is created when your muscles are surrounded by water.
  • Water provides 12 percent more resistance than movements on land-without the gravitational stress and pain. Water exercise is adaptable to everyone’s desires, needs and abilities.
  • Non-swimmers can safely participate.
  • Water visually shields your body-for those participants feeling uncomfortable or awkward in normal exercise environments.
  • High calorie burning during and after a workout.
  • Your heart rate is slower making water exercise beneficial for pregnancy, obese and heart disease participants.
  • Renews your energy level as it releases your stress and tension
  • Water exercise is wonderful for participants with arthritis, back or other joint problems

Bear Cub Swim Club

The Lake of the Woods School Community Ed sponsors an elementary swim club for students in grades K-6. During the swim club, swimmers are introduced to how a swim practice is run, stroke development of competitive strokes and good sportsmanship.



Safe Routes to School


MN Safe Routes to School Initiative would like to hear your thoughts on students walking or biking to school.  This survey will take 5-10 minutes and can be completed once per household.