Parks & Amenities
Temporary Closures and Adjustments
City Trails: OPEN. We have dozens of trails that are available and encourage residents to get out and use them, please maintain a distance of six feet. Please follow the CDC’s guidance on proper personal hygiene before and after visiting shared outdoor spaces.
City Playgrounds: Playgrounds at all city parks will be closed until further notice. The playgrounds will be roped off around the playground borders. Parks staff will monitor all city parks on a daily basis to ensure that social distancing requirements are observed. Additionally, parks staff will have parked department vehicles with lights on at peak times of day during the weekend at Bailey Lake, Warren Park, and Centennial Park to discourage violating social distancing requirements.
Basketball Court at Warren Park: CLOSED until further notice.
Park Restrooms: All park restrooms will be closed until further notice.
Park Drinking Fountains: Park drinking fountains will be turned off until further notice.
When you visit our parks or any natural wildlife area, remember that these areas are home to wildlife. To learn more about wildlife, including those that could be harmful, please visit the Texas Parks and Wildlife page, for tips on co-existing with wildlife.
A fishing license is required for anglers 17 years of age and older who wish to fish at Bailey Lake. All state guidelines and requirements are applicable. To learn more about fishing licenses, please go to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Division page.
Rules for Trout Fishing
As of December 2, 2014, Bailey Lake is filled with trout! Please note the rules for trout fishing; you are limited to 2 fishing poles per person. That means 1 person can’t be fishing with 5 poles. Speaking of 5, the limit is 5 trout per day (yes, per every 24 hours). If you catch 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 trout in 24 hours, you can keep it/them. But if you catch anything that is not a trout, you have to release it.
- Oak Valley Park South
- Prairie Timber Estates East
- Prairie Timber Estates West
- Villages of Wakefield Park
Burleson Parks Map
To print or view the location of the above Burleson's parks in PDF format, please view Burleson Parks Map.
Mountain Bike Trails MapCoyote Loop Family Trail
Parks, Trails, and Recreation Master PlanThe City of Burleson's Parks, Recreation, and Trails Master Plan are also available online and can be found below.
- Adopted Parks Master Plan
- Adopted Parks Master Plan Supplemental Memorandum
- Adopted Parks Master Plan Appendices
- Staff Presentation