Wayzata Beach Lifeguards Begin Watch June 7
While Wayzata Beach has already opened for the season, lifeguards have not yet made an appearance. That will change in just a few days.
Lifeguards will begin being stationed at the beach every day from noon until 6 p.m. Saturday, June 7, and remain their until Aug. 10.
According to the city’s website, the beach will not be guarded on any day that the air temperature is at or below 65 degrees Fahrenheit and remains so during regular hours.
The beach is located at a prime spot on Lake Minnetonka at 220 Grove Ln. E. The beach features shaded picnic areas, playground equipment, canoe racks, volleyball court, boat slips and playing fields.
Here’s what the city has to say about parking:
There is a municipal-owned parking lot near the beach that is available for both residents and visitors. A permit is required to park in the spots closest to the beach. The remaining parking spots are available for both permit and non-permit holders.
The parking permit is available at no charge to Wayzata residents who provide their vehicle license plate information and whose vehicle is registered at their Wayzata address. Non-residents may purchase a beach parking permit for $36
There is also free street parking around the beach.
For more information on swimming and or the beach, contact the Wayzata Public Works department at 952-404-5360.
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