Vacation Rentals in Lincoln Park
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Highlights Lincoln Park
- Metropolitan neighborhood
- Lakeside rentals
- Nature trails
- Water sports
- Family destination
- Hiking trails
- Outdoor activities
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Plan your next journey in one of Chicago’s most affluent neighborhood. Lincoln Park is a designated community area located on the North Side of Chicago and it’s especially known for being situated by Chicago’s largest park (which shares the same name). The history of this area can be traced back as far as 1824 when the United States Army started building small posts in this zone. The boundaries of this area are now bordered with Diversey Parkway on the north side, the Chicago River to its west, North Avenue to the south and on the east, you will find Lake Michigan. With this ideal location, Lincoln Park not only can provide you proximity to the downtown area of Chicago, but also a natural landscape for you to enjoy. From shopping areas and fine dining venues to jet skiing and sunbathing by the lake, Lincoln Park will surely provide you with a perfect vacation.Discover the vacation rentals
When you decide to plan your vacation in Lincoln Park, you might be interested in knowing what vacation rentals you will find in the area. As it's located right by the city’s largest park, a magnificent lake and just a short drive from the city center, you will be able to find rental properties suitable for any travelers needs. Many of the properties come with various amenities which include, but are not limited to, a private pool, parking, air conditioning and washing machines.
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How to get to there and what to do
You can find Lincoln Park located just a short drive from the downtown area of Chicago, nestled between the large park and the waterfront of Lake Michigan. Being one of the major neighborhoods of the city, Lincoln Park is well connected to its bordering neighborhoods as well as to the city center. You will be able to reach the neighborhood not only by car but also any kind of public transport. Whether you are flying into Chicago O’Hare International Airport or catching a chartered bus into Downtown Chicago, you will be able to get direct transport that will bring you straight into Lincoln Park and to any vacation rentals. Once you arrive in the neighborhood, you will be surprised by the tree-lined street and the commercial center that the neighborhood provides.Where to eat in Lincoln Park
Although being just a neighborhood, you will remain baffled by the eateries you can find in Lincoln Park. Head over to the mfk restaurant to discover one of the best fine dining in the area. This restaurant, which is run by an award-winning 25 years old chef named Alisha Elenz, will provide you with a fusion taste of the Midwest traditional cuisine and the Spanish coastal cuisine. Try out the Spanish tortilla with salt cod brandade or the saffron-infused seafood fideos. Another exciting eatery in the area is Avli Taverna. If you are looking for a more Mediterranean option, this is the place to eat. The menu is filled with Greek cuisine items with a contemporary twist. You can try various samples of melted cheese with honey and figs or grilled stuffed eggplants, and much more.
Travelers and activities
Being located in the proximity of Chicago’s largest park, as well as on the waterfront of Lake Michigan, you could only imagine the number of outdoor activities you can partake in while staying in Lincoln Park. If you want to spend the day relaxing by the beach, sunbathing, going for a swim and maybe joining in a beach volleyball game, head over to North Avenue Beach. Besides being able to swim along the lake and enjoy the sun, you might be lucky enough to catch one of the annual Air and Water Shows that they put on. Once you have enjoyed Lake Michigan enough, you should head over to Lincoln Park to find the city’s largest park. Here you will be able to enjoy a family picnic, play frisbee, lounge on the grass with a book, or even go running on the park’s running path.Lincoln Park for families
There are many enjoyable activities you can partake in with your family while visiting Lincoln Park. Check out the Bixbee Imagination Station to put your imagination to the test. This museum will provide you and your family with an experiential exhibition that is inspired by the creativity of children and their ability to turn reality into fantasy with it. Another fun activity to enjoy with your family is the Pritzker Family Children’s Zoo. Here you will be able to learn about expert animal care while being surrounded by interactive learning elements and tactile experiences. This is a kid-friendly place that inhabits North American animals such as red wolves, black bears, beavers and otters.
Did you know that Lincoln Park was named after President Abraham Lincoln?
Top 5 travel tips for Lincoln Park
Do not miss out on the best zoo in the city. The Lincoln Park Zoo has more than 1000 animals, ranging from apes to penguins. This free zoo is a unique attraction and one of its kind remaining in the United States, be sure to visit the exhibits as well while you are here.2. The Second City
A great way to spend your evening out is by catching a live show. Head over to the Second City to watch a sketched or improv comedy show. This is the place where some of the greatest comedians made their starts, such as Bill Murray, Tina Fey, John Belushi and Steve Carell.3. Chicago History Museum
This museum will give you the chance to learn more about local and national history. With permanent exhibitions, such as Lincoln’s Chicago and Chicago: Crossroads of America, you will be able to fully immerse yourself in the rich history of the city.4. Alfred Caldwell Lily Pool
You will find this hidden gem just north of the Lincoln Park Zoo. If you are looking for a beautiful and colorful place to spend a relaxing afternoon in, look no further. At this small lake, you can also find a pavilion surrounded by trees and lots of birds, creating a peaceful atmosphere for all its visitors.5. Lincoln Park Conservatory
Another great area to explore nature in a peaceful atmosphere is this conservatory. Host to tens of thousands of plants, this glass dome and can be found on the northwest side of the Lincoln Park Zoo. You can admire many orchid varieties as well as a 50-foot rubber tree.
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Lincoln Park
On average, how much do vacation rentals in Lincoln Park cost?
Considering the average cost of $416 per night, Lincoln Park lies at the upper end of the price range for vacation rentals in the USA.
When are vacation rentals cheaper in Lincoln Park?
]If you are looking to get the most out of your money, the cheapest months to visit Lincoln Park are February ($317 the average per night for accommodation), December ($351), and November ($354).
When are vacation rentals more expensive in Lincoln Park?
At the time of booking a vacation rental in Lincoln Park, the highest prices are found in the month of June (with an average of $495 per night), followed by July ($476), and then September ($476).
Is Lincoln Park a good location for a last-minute getaway?
It's worthwhile if you can book your stay well in advance when visiting Lincoln Park, as only 9% of our accommodations are usually available throughout the year.
What are the best months for a spontaneous getaway?
January, April and February are, in order of highest to lowest, the months offering the largest number of properties free, with an average availability of 22%, 19%, and 19%. However, even during these months, when rental availability is the highest, the average is just 20%. So it is still important you always book your vacation early Lincoln Park.
How many rentals are there in Lincoln Park?
In Lincoln Park we collaborate with 2 different providers to give you a choice of 270 properties, so you will not be short of options!