City of Burlingame Parks & Recreation
Burlingame Parks & Recreation Department’s mission is to create a better place to live, work & play! They offer hundreds of classes and activities in preschool, youth, teens, senior citizens, aquatics, culinary, computers, home/hobbies, languages, arts & crafts, martial arts, health/self-improvement, performing arts, fitness and sports. Parks & Recreation programs can enhance your life, teach new skills and benefit employees. Go online to to learn more about city programs and special events or to check out their latest brochure!
A full list of the city of Burlingame’s Parks and Facilitates can be viewed here.
Burlingame Aquatic Center
Burlingame Aquatic Center (BAC) is an outdoor, 50 meter pool (50m x 25yrds), conveniently located at Burlingame High School. The Burlingame Aquatic Center is open year-round to the public for Lap Swim, Rec Swim and Swim Lessons. Lifeguards, lane lines, dressing rooms, showers and lockers are all provided.
The pool is heated between 79-82 degrees and is handicap accessible. There are many programs that share the pool. Lap swim lanes are identified by orange cones. Lap swim is short course (25 yds) unless otherwise specified.
The shallow “warm-down” pool will not be available during lap swim hours.
Please be courteous to all swimmers and follow the lap swim rules and etiquette while attending our program. Locker rooms will close 15 minutes after lap swim and rec swim ends. Please plan accordingly.
1 Mangini Way, entrance on Oak Grove
Burlingame Recreation Center
The Burlingame Golf Center
The Burlingame Golf Center has 45 spacious hitting stalls: 30 covered and 5 specifically for left-handers. The driving range is astro-turf with 10 targets ranging from 70 yards to 260 yards. Featured is a natural grass short game and bunker practice area.
Visit our full-service Pro Shop for equipment, accessories and apparel. Also, players can enjoy our Mexican Grill with beer and wine available.
Monday–Friday; 7:30am to 9:00pm
Saturday–Sunday; 7:00am to 8:30pm
Monday-Friday: Last bucket of practice balls sold at 8:00pm; lights out at 9:00pm.
Saturday & Sunday: Last bucket of balls sold at 7:30pm; lights out at 8:30pm.
All hours subject to weather conditions.
250 Anza Blvd.
Burlingame, CA 94010
Fax (650) 548-1087
Parks & Playgrounds
Washington Park is the oldest park in Burlingame. The park is a year round center for community recreation.
The Burlingame Recreation Division provides hundreds of classes and activities each year in the park and the Recreation Center. Tennis courts, a children’s playground, picnic areas, and baseball facilities are all in constant use.
The park also has historical significance. It was once home to the Gunst Estate. Many of the magnificent large trees in the park date back to the estate. The baseball grandstand in the park dates back to the ‘30s. It was renovated in 1989. It still retains its original character and enjoys heavy use. The is located at 850 Burlingame Avenue.
Cuernavaca Park, located at Hunt and Alcazar in the northwest corner of Burlingame, Cuernavaca Park boasts a spectacular view of the Bay. It has radical elevation changes allowing the park to serve as a major green belt as well as a site for youth baseball and softball games. The children’s playground and basketball court are located at the highest elevation on the site. Park users often pause to view planes landing at the San Francisco airport. Apart from the baseball field the park is designed for casual neighborhood use.
Dog Exercise Park. Check out the City of Burlingame’s Dog Exercise Park! The idea of a dog park is for the dogs to run and play together. A dog park is meant for our domestic dogs to meet occasionally and run and socialize together without any one of them taking the dominant role. As humans, we are the leaders in our dogs lives. This is why you must have control over your dog so it will listen to you and obey commands.
We welcome dogs that are:
1125 Airport Boulevard
Mills Canyon is a wildlife area within the City limits. Within the park is a hiking trail. The loop trail gives the walker a variety of views of the Canyon. Plant and animal species native to the Coastal Foothills live in the Canyon. The park is intended for limited recreation. In order to protect the native plants and animals, dogs off leash are not welcome in the Canyon. The Friends of Mills Canyon is a volunteer group that provides organized thematic hikes in the park. The Friends also engage in improvement/cleanup projects throughout the year.
Enter off of Adeline or Arguello
Murray Field at the Soccer Center is one of the premier lighted soccer fields on the peninsula. Murray Field measures 115 yards long by 75 yards wide. Organized use of this field by permit only. Please contact the Burlingame to reserve this field at 558-7300.
250 Anza Boulevard.
Murray Field is a neighborhood park that can accommodate a variety of activities simultaneously. There is a shaded playground, which is ideal for hot days. A two-acre turf area is home to the local Girls Softball Association. Tennis courts and a multi-use court round out the available facilities. Two picnic tables are available without reservations for small groups.
1525 Balboa at Devereux.