Oak Street Beach in Chicago is the nearest beach to downtown Chicago. There are more people at the grass-roots level in downtown area. On one side is the Chicago skyscraper, on the other is the blue lake! And there are many open-air restaurants on the beach, which can enjoy the lake scenery while eating delicious food. Very good enjoyment!
On one side is the blue Michigan Hu, on the other is Chicago's famous complex of buildings. This is Oak Street Lake Beach. I came here in late autumn. Unfortunately, I didn't have a chance to see a beautiful bikini, but it's very comfortable to walk on the beach, and very few people.
Oak Street Beach is a beautiful leisure resort in Chicago. It is backed by the busy street scenery of Chicago. Facing Lake Michigan in the Great Lakes, the beach is gentle, the sand is delicate, the tide is not big, and the seagulls fly overhead. Because it is winter, there are few people on the beach and it seems very quiet. We stood on the beach for a while. The wind was so strong that we had to leave quickly. Although the scenery was beautiful, it was totally unsuitable for winter sightseeing.
There aren't many commercial places on the beach. So I just went here to experience it. It's covered with sand everywhere, so you can find the typical Great Lakes crust, and because people are queuing here, you may find one or two bottles. But on the whole, it's great. Take a self-portrait against the background of Hancock Building. This is a unique experience.
Very comfortable beach, not many people, the lake water is very clear, a good place to relax.
Quieter, cleaner beach than north Ave. nice little cafe for overpriced drinks and sub par food but what do expect from a beach pop up!