Whether you’re seeking a leisurely stroll, a spot for the kids to play or a relaxing picnic in the park, Burlingame’s finest parks offer the neighborhood plenty of green space that add to the community’s appeal. Here are Burlingame’s best parks that guarantee fun for the entire family.
1125 Airport Blvd
Bayside Fields boasts one of the largest athletic facilities in Burlingame, with well-lit baseball, softball, and soccer fields. Miles of trails connecting to the San Francisco Bay Trail will appeal to cyclists, walkers, and runners alike, while dogs will enjoy the spacious dog-friendly play area.
3075 Alcazar at Hunt
Cuernavaca Park not only features a children’s playground, baseball field and basketball court, but is boasts amazing views of the Bay thanks to its high elevation. Insider tip: It’s a great spot too for watching planes land at the San Francisco Airport.
30 Howard at Victoria
This small neighborhood park has a newly renovated playground that young children will enjoy, and a half-court basketball court for play or practice. The grove of Coast Redwoods distinguishes this recreational space and brings natural beauty to the residential area.
1535 California Drive
A small park on the northern end of town, Village Park is a community favorite that bustles with activity from the nearby Pre-school, kids enjoying the playground and families tossing the ball or enjoying a book under a tree.
850 Burlingame Ave
As the oldest park in Burlingame, Washington Park is a historical gem where children’s playgrounds, tennis courts, baseball facilities and picnic areas abound. Once home to the millionaire cigar retailer Moses A. Gunst, the park features trees that date back to his estate, giving the park old-world charm.
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