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Chicago is not located on a bay. There are no natural bays in Lake Michigan

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Chicago is not located on a bay. You know for sure because there are no natural bays in Lake Michigan


Chicago is located on the shores of Lake Michigan. It is not on a bay. A bay by definition is a small body of water that is set off of a larger body of water.


Chicago is NOT located on a bay (which is off a large body of water) but on a lake ... Lake Michigan to be exact.I can verify that as I have been to Chicago, and yes it is adjacent to Lake Michigan and the River Chicago runs into it


No, Chicago, IL is not located on a bay. A bay is a smaller body of water which is separated by the main body of water because it is surrounded by land on three sides. The shoreline at Chicago is directly on Lake Michigan.


Chicago is not located on a bay.


they are sure because it is no where near the edge of the USA.


No, because it is located at lake Michigan and Lake Michigan is to big to be a bay.




No. Chicago is located on Lake Michigan.


Springfield, IL is not located on a bay. It is located in central Illinois on the banks of Lake Springfield.


Chicago, Illinois is not located on a bay because a bay is a body of water that extends into the land, while a lake is an INLAND body of fresh or salt water. So, Chicago is not on a bay it is locater on a lake.


Springfield, Illinois is NOT located on a bay because it is landlocked and the definition of a bay is "an inlet of the sea or other body of water usually smaller than a gulf".


Sure, a bay can be a part of a lake. I live on Saginaw Bay on Lake Huron.


Chicago, IL is not located on a bay. It is located on the shores of Lake Michigan. A bay is a part of a sea or lake extending into the land. From the map you could see that the water Chicago sits next to is not extending into the land from Lake Michigan.


No, but a man made harbor was made for boats........which could be interpreted as a bay, but there truly is no bay


No. Because it is in the middle of Illinois. Springfield is pretty much surrounded by land.



Hudson bay is located on the coast of New York, I'm pretty sure.


N O ! ,Chicago is located on the shores of Lake Michigan, one of the Great Lakes.No, but we've got one heck of a Lake.


Geographically located in Green Bay Wisconsin, about 186 miles north of Chicago, IL. Emotionally, the Packers are located in the hearts and minds of the best football fans in america.



3333 Green Bay Road in North Chicago, IL 60064


Per International Law, the definition of a bay is "a small gulf with an opening to the sea of less than 24 nautical miles and a strictly defined minimum area: used to determine territorial waters." Based upon this definition, NO, Chicago is not located on a bay. The body of water that Chicago borders on, Lake Michigan, is one of the five Great Lakes. The other four being Superior, Ontario, Erie, and Huron.


No the Chicago Bears come from Chiacgo. The Green Bay Packers come from Green Bay Wisconsin.



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