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Burlingame Parks

With Burlingame’s 18,000 city trees and its dedication to nature, Burlingame Parks are both plentiful and of high quality. Including playgrounds, wildlife reserves and plenty of space to have fun with the family or to relax and enjoy being outside, these 16 parks even have places for you to run around with your pet, making it one of the best things to do in the city.

Burlingame Pet Parks

Dog Exercise Park
1125 Airport Boulevard

If you’re looking for a space for your dog to run and be social with other dogs, this park welcomes friendly and obedient dogs that are non-aggressive, not in heat and over four months old. All dogs must be licensed and vaccinated. To be safe, you might want to spay or neuter your dog. The park is open between 6 a.m. and 9 p.m., and parking is available in front on Airport Boulevard or in Bayside Park. When you enter the park, always make sure you close and latch the gate, and bring a leash. There are two dogs allowed per owner, and owners should not bring toys if their dogs are possessive. Make sure to clean up after your dog and fill in any holes that they dig.

Burlingame Family Parks

Alpine Playground
Located at the corner of Alpine and Carolan avenues
A small neighborhood facility with an upgraded playground, this park has benches for parents and a fun structure for kids to play. While people are welcome to meet and play here, only limited gatherings are allowed. The structure has been designed for young children and supervisors.

“J” Lot Playground
Located on Primrose, south of Burlingame Ave
Tucked away in the corner of a parking lot, is this small park with a playground. Intended for the use of small children, supervision is a necessity at this park because it is located near downtown traffic.

Paloma Playground
Located on Paloma and Edgehill
If you have small children, Paloma Playground is available during the day for the use of you and your children. Intended for limited use, there is only one picnic table nearby for a supervisor to sit or for your family to eat.

Trenton Playground
Located on Trenton Way and Rollins Road
Created by the Burlingame Lion’s Club, Trenton Playground is a small park intended for the use of those who live nearby. Benches are available for parents and supervisors to watch the children play on the play structure or in the sandbox. There is a water fountain available for this daytime park. Dogs are allowed, but must be on leashes and cleaned up after. No smoking or alcohol is permitted.

Bayside Park
1125 Airport Blvd
Providing a large collection of athletic facilities to the city of Burlingame, Bayside Park offers lighted fields for youth baseball, soccer and softball, as well as trails for walking, running and cycling. The dog exercise park is a part of this facility. Whether you want to take part in a formal sports league or just get some exercise, this park is available to you.

Other Parks

Cuernavaca Park
Located at Hunt and Alcazar

Heritage Park
Located at Ralston and Occidental

Laguna Park
1414 Laguna Street at Grove

Mills Canyon
Enter off of Adeline or Arguello

Murray Field at the Soccer Center
250 Anza Blvd.

Pershing Park
138 Crescent at Newlands

Ray Park
1525 Balboa at Devereux

Victoria Park
30 Howard Ave

Village Park
1535 California Drive

Washington Park
850 Burlingame Ave

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