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Spotlght On: Burlington Parks

Oakledge ParkOakledge Park – ­Located in the South End of Burlington, along the shoreline of Lake Champlain, Oakledge boasts over 2400’ of waterfront including two natural sand swimming beaches and a rocky shore which are both perfect spots for watching spectacular sunsets. Oakledge is also home to a playground, three tennis courts, two softball fields, walking trails, picnic shelters, and lots of grassy areas. The park marks the southern end of the Burlington Bike Path, which winds through the entire park.

Waterfront ParkWaterfront Park - Waterfront Park is at the heart of Burlington’s lakefront, home to several large music and food festivals, the large regional park is now host to some of Burlington’s most popular eateries and captivating attractions. After a vibrant rehabilitation, the Burlington waterfront has become so much more than a great place to watch beautiful sunsets, it has become a focal point for culture and community in the Burlington area.

North BeachNorth Beach Burlington’s largest beach has something for everyone. With a full campground, snack and beach bar, a playground, as well as kayak, canoe and paddleboard rentals, North Beach is a premier natural sand beach with lifeguards on duty in the summer season. Beloved by locals and visitors alike, North Beach is an essential summer getaway for beachgoers of all ages. Right off of the Burlington Bike Path, North Beach is the perfect day trip for whatever kind of adventure you are looking for.

Leddy ParkLeddy Park Overlooked by a grassy picnic area, Leddy is a very quiet and secluded beach in the North End of Burlington. Tucked away in Appletree Bay, Leddy is a 1500’ sandy beach that is relatively shielded from the elements. The perfect spot for a midday picnic or twilight bonfire. Leddy Park has extensive athletic fields, tennis courts, basketball courts and an Ice Arena on it’s property.