Lakefront Trail

Local nameLakefront Trail
LocationChicago, United States

The Chicago Lakefront Trail is a 18.5-mile-long partial shared use path for walking, jogging, skateboarding, and cycling, located along the western shore of Lake Michigan in Chicago, Illinois. The trail passes through and connects Chicago's four major lakefront parks along with various beaches and recreational amenities. It also serves as a route for bicycle, skateboard and personal transporter commuters. On busy summer days 70,000 people use the trail.The LFT is located wholly within the Chicago city limits and spans from 7100 South/2560 East to 5800 North/1000 West. It is a dedicated-use path, although frequent intersections do pose a threat to path users. These intersections are clearly signed both to path users and motorists. From north to south, it runs through Lincoln Park, Grant Park, Burnham Park, and Jackson Park.

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Chicago Lakefront and Museum Campus Segway Tour from 55 USD

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Address Lakefront Trail, Chicago, IL, United States

Coordinates 41°52'51.784" N -87°37'1.866" E

Tours and activities: Lakefront Trail

Chicago Lakefront and Museum Campus Segway Tour

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Chicago Lakefront Bike Tour of Lincoln Park

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