Skate Boarding in Wilson Skate Park, Chicago,
Chicago is the seat of Cook County, Illinois, USA. It is the third most populous city in the US and the most populous city in both the American Midwest and Illinois. Nicknamed as The Second City or Windy City, Chicago is situated on the southeastern shores of Lake Michigan, in the northeastern Illinois.
If you are a skate boarding enthusiast, there is a place in Chicago, where you can skate and practice as many tricks as you wish, as the environment totally encourages it.
Wilson Skate Park is one of the most popular skate parks in Chicago, where demos are held. The concrete skatepark has a big bowl with pool coping. The park is divided into 1/2 transitions and 1/2 street course which is skate and urban. Urban features are curbs, rails, stairs and others and skate features are a spine, the pre-mentioned bowl, a quarter pipe, a mini ramp and a street course.
Transitions and hips are great. If you are good at hip transfers, you might be able to keep momentum. The place rocks hard with the combination of urban and skate features, so if you enjoy nice, hardcore, skateboarding sessions, this is the skatepark for you!
How to Get to Destination
214 miles/344.4 km, 3 hours 17 minutes
Head east on E Myrtle St toward S 5th St. Turn right onto S 5th St. Continue onto I-55 BUS S/I-55 Loop S/S 6th St.
Continue to follow I-55 BUS S/I-55 Loop S. Take the exit onto I-72 E toward I-55 N/Decatur/Chicago. Continue onto I-55 N. Take the U.S. 41 N/Lake Shore Drive N exit on the left. Merge onto U.S. 41 N/S Lake Shore Dr. Take the Wilson Ave exit. Turn right onto W Wilson Ave. Turn left.
269 miles/433 km, 4 hours 31 minutes
Head west on State St toward 11th St. Turn right onto IL-1 N/15th St. Continue to follow IL-1 N. Turn left onto IL-133 W/W Jasper St. Continue to follow IL-133 W. Turn right to merge onto I-57 N. Merge onto Interstate 94 W. Keep left to continue on Interstate 94 Express W. Take exit 53C toward Interstate 55 N/Stevenson Expressway/Lake Shore Drive/22nd Street. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for I-55 N/Stevenson Expy/Lake Shore Dr and merge onto I-55 N/Stevenson Expy. Take the U.S. 41 N/Lake Shore Drive N exit on the left. Merge onto U.S. 41 N/S Lake Shore Dr. Take the Wilson Ave exit. Turn right onto W Wilson Ave. Turn left.
Chicago O'Hare International Airport,
15.5 miles/25 km
If you wish to travel by train, Amtrak has stations almost in the entire Illinois. Take a train from anywhere in the US or Illinois and abort in Chicago – Union Station, IL (CHI). From there you can use the public transportation or rent a car.
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