Burnham Park Skatepark

31st Street and Lake Shore Drive

Burnham Park totals about 600 acres sits on Chicago’s Lakefront just south of Grant Park. This park was named for Chicago's famous architect and planner Daniel H. Burnham who envisioned a south lakefront park with a series of manmade islands, linear boating harbor, beaches, meadows, and play fields, and was published in his seminal 1909 Plan of Chicago. Burnham Park today features the naturalistic Promontory Point designed by Alfred Caldwell, a popular skate park at 31st Street, beaches located at 12 Street, 31st Street, Oakwood & 57th Street, bird sanctuaries, and beautiful natural areas.  


Reviews

Evan Knight

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Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2016

Great little park that doesn't attract that big of crowd. The concrete could use some love though. Keep your belongings safe. I put my phone down to do a quick run and had it stolen in plain daylight sitting on a bench next to my bag.

Diego Helms

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Monday, Feb. 20, 2017

Its a perfect place to skateboard. And there isnt really a lot of people

Clayton Mullins

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Sunday, Jan. 15, 2017

Love coming to this park at night! Pretty, and generally not too many people.

Luke Barhan

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Sunday, Dec. 4, 2016

I didn't have a chance to try out my bike. There was a sign that said no biking which sucks. It looked fun but the rules were bad.

Cameron Peppers

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Saturday, April 22, 2017

This is not meant for bmx... All skateboard transitions.