DuSable Park is an undeveloped 3.3-acre peninsula of reclaimed land located along the Lake Michigan shoreline directly east of North Lake Shore Drive and north of the Chicago River. It is not currently open to the public.
The site was created beginning in the 1860s when fill materials were placed along the Lake Michigan shoreline. Presently the site is surrounded to the south, east and north by the waters of the Chicago River and Ogden slip. The Chicago Park District has received some funding support from the USEPA to preform land remediation on the site. From July through September 2012, the Chicago Park District completed remediation of this site.