There are several swimming areas suitable for children in the municipality. The municipality provides, in most swimming areas, services such as lawn mowing, TC, bridges, garbage collection (only waste from bathers) and barbecue area. Local deviations may occur.
During the summer, the municipality regularly takes samples of the water at these swimming areas. On the website of the Swedish Public Health Agency, you can read about the results of these samples and the water temperature measured.
The following outdoor pools are run by associations and are at the public's disposal. You are welcome to use these, but remember that you are bathing at your own risk.
Responsible association: Bjurträsk FF. Beach type Sand / grass. Easily accessible.
Responsible: Kvarnåsens Byamän.
Responsible: Sandvikens Rast- & Bad.
Responsible: Rislidens Byamän.
Responsible: Örträsk Samlingslokalforening.
Responsible: Mensträsk Byaföreing.
Responsible: Finnäs Byaförening.
Responsible: Norsjö municipality, Technical department. Beach type Sand / grass. Easily accessible.
Responsible: Norsjö Norsjö Municipality, Technical Department. Beach type Sand / Grass. Easily accessible.
Bastuträsk by rast- och badplats
Responsible: Bastuträsk by Byaföreing
Life-saving materials (lifebuoys) must be available on all swimming areas in the municipality.
There are also nice beaches that neither the municipality nor association is responsible for. If you visit one of these you are responsible for bringing your garbage home. Note that there may not be lifebuoys at these beaches, make sure to pay attention and keep children and others under surveillance.
Kvammarn- suited for families with children. Dressing rooms are available. Show respect to cabin owners and other residents in the area close by.
Hjältesand, Kvammarn.- the beach is well suited for families with children. However, it is rather difficult to access