5. Try Out Snowshoeing And Sledding
Bring your sled and get ready to have a lot of fun! The Soldier Field Sledding Hill is a parkland surrounding the old Soldier Field, and you definitely should go there if you love sledding. The 33-foot tall hill has a slope of 220 feet, so just imagine how much fun you and your friends will have there.
Even when the city doesn’t get enough natural snowfall, the Chicago Park District uses artificial snow to provide a snowy, fluffy sledding hill. There’s no better spot to enjoy a bird’s-eye view of Lake Michigan than from the peak.
You should also try snowshoeing on Northerly Island, an amazing man-made peninsula sticking outward from Lake Michigan.