Information about tickets to the Meijer Bears Family Fest Aug. 3 at Soldier Field will be released at a later date.
The Bears moved their training camp back to Halas Hall last year after spending 18 summers at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville (1984-2001) and 18 at Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais (2002-19). They last held training camp in Lake Forest from 1975-83.
Parking will not be available for fans at Halas Hall. Free fan parking will be provided in the southeast lot at Hawthorn Mall (122 Hawthorn Center, Vernon Hills). Fans should enter the parking lot off Route 60/East Townline Road, just west of Milwaukee Avenue. Once parked, fans will be directed by Bears staff to free shuttles for transportation to and from Halas Hall. Shuttle buses will run regularly.
Fans will need to present a valid mobile training camp ticket prior to getting on the shuttle buses. Ride-share or guest drop-off of any kind will not be permitted at Halas Hall or within Conway Park. Please continue to check ChicagoBears.com/camp for more information about gate and parking lot opening times and the shuttle bus schedule.
All fans will be required to wear a mask on the shuttles from Hawthorn Mall to Halas Hall. Fans who are not vaccinated also will be required to wear a mask and practice social distancing while at Halas Hall. Due to COVID-19 protocols set by the NFL, fan autographs will not be permitted at this year’s training camp.
The Bears also announced Wednesday that they will hold joint practices with the Miami Dolphins Aug. 11 and 12 in advance of the preseason game between the two teams Saturday, Aug. 14 at Soldier Field. The joint practices are not open to the general public.
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For more information, please visit ChicagoBears.com/camp.
Below is the 2021 training camp schedule. Dates and times are subject to change without notice. Updates will be provided on ChicagoBears.com.