The Land of 10,000 Lakes has no shortage of great places to swim. There’s at least one lake in nearly every county in the state, and just about everyone lives an easy distance to a great spot for fishing, boating, and swimming. But that doesn’t mean Minnesota’s pools and swimming holes aren’t awesome spots to swim. In fact, we know that many people prefer these places. That’s why today, we’d like to feature a man-made swimming hole that’s just the thing for those looking for a fun, fish-free place to cool down. Head to the Hokah Pool in Hokah, Minnesota, to enjoy a spring-fed pool with a sandy bottom. Read on below to learn more about this great spot:

For more information about the Hokah Pool, including hours, updates, and more, visit the Hokah Pool Facebook page. And if you’re looking for other great man-made spots to swim in Minnesota, check out our past articles about the Webber Natural Swimming Pool and the swimming hole at Quarry Park & Nature Preserve.

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