Health & Fitness
3 Month Family Membership
Includes 1 group tennis lesson, 2 personal training sessions, 2 physical assessments, 2.5 pilates reformer sessions, and 2.5 tennis lesson/rating
Lakeshore Sport & Fitness is Chicagos #1 destination for sport and fitness. We are a diverse community of like-minded people who participate in social, instructional and competitive sporting activities; and who seek to improve and enhance our lives by achieving levels of personal fitness.
The Lakeshore SF campus sits on over 3.5 acres in Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood. We offer more than 185,000 square feet of indoor/outdoor sport and fitness space, including:
8 indoor tennis courts
2 swimming pools
?? mile indoor running track
state-of-the-art cardio studios
weight machines and free weight room
aerobic, dance, Pilates and yoga studios
group cycling studio
basketball and volleyball courts
youth complex with gym, infant and toddler areas
2 mens/womens locker rooms with steam, sauna and whirlpool
Spa SF sport massage
physical therapy salon
We are committed to offering members the latest in sport, fitness and information technology. Touch-screen kiosks enable members to easily access changing class and program information, and digital signage platforms are positioned throughout the club to inform, engage and inspire members to participate in key Club activities. State-of-the-art Netpulse Technology has been incorporated into our main cardio room, providing members an entertainment and workout analysis feature that maximizes their workout experience. Lakeshore SF is the only club in Chicago to feature the exclusive Netpulse Technology.
In addition to our sport and fitness facilities, we also offer inviting areas for members and guests to gather, visit, read, dine and socialize. Located on the second floor mezzanine, our Courtside Cafe offers all day dine-in and grab-n-go menu options, and a full-service wine and smoothie bar. In the summer months, our rooftop sun garden and grill provides a relaxing outdoor space and a panoramic view of Chicago's impressive skyline.
The Club has been a part of the bustling Lincoln Park community for almost 40 years. Originally founded as Lakeshore Athletic Club, the name was changed to Lakeshore Sport & Fitness in 2011 when a new ownership team began a multi-million dollar transformation of the Clubs programs and facilities.