Parks & Recreation
Positions Available on Burlington's Parks & Recreation Advisory Board
Online Registration Available
Register online or browse the Recreation Program Catalog.
Find free fall events, including Burlington Pumpkin Pitch & Harvest Festival, shopping at October's Outdoor Gear Swap and Kids Giant Garage Sale, plus November's Skagit Valley Veterans Day Parade with its heritage plane flyover.
Fall 2019 Recreation Programs
Registration is open. Sign up now for fall programs & activities for youth, teens, families and adults. New programs to keep you healthy, happy and active include Tree Climbing, Family Rock Climbing, Flag Football, Mom & Son Game Night and a bi-weekly Thursday Walkers group to get you moving.
Artists and scientists, check out the eight creative & enriching 1-day camps offered through Campfire Samish.
Want an email or text reminder about upcoming programs? Want to be notified when quarterly registration opens? Sign up here.
Commitment to the Community
Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Plan
Burlington is preparing its first ever Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Plan. This 'PROS' plan includes a vision for Burlington's parks and recreation system and ideas to improve or add parks, trails, and recreation programs. Help us create a great plan for Burlington.
Visit the PROS plan page to participate in the conversation.
Diversity & Community
Burlington Parks & Recreation staff is committed to providing our residents and neighbors with opportunities to gather and to recreate. The banding together of Burlington's multifaceted population helps to create the backbone of support for a stronger, more vibrant community.