Chicago’s first floating eco-park, Wild Mile, opens near Goose Island.

Today marks the beginning of operations at Chicago’s very first floating eco-park.

The ceremony to cut the ribbon this morning was postponed because to the gloomy weather, but you may still go for a stroll on the Wild Mile, which is located on the east side of Goose Island between Chicago and North avenues.

A floating garden, platforms, and walkways are some of the attractions that can be found in this park. Additionally, there is a location where kayaks can be rented so that visitors can paddle on the Chicago River.

In June, construction on the first phase of the park was finished.

A fish nursery, bird rookery, art installations, fishing pier, nature amphitheater, and swimming places are some of the things that are planned for the park in the future.

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