Recreation

The City of Burleson has recreational opportunities for residents, and non-residents, of all ages.
 
Burleson Public Library
The Burleson Public Library offers programs for children, teens and adults as well as the Burleson Reads program and multiple classes and workshops throughout the year. If you are a resident, your library card is free.
Burleson Public Library 
   
Burleson Recreation Center (the BRiCk)
The Burleson Recreation Center (the BRiCk) offers a myriad of activities including youth camps, music programs, art classes, dancing and tumbling, kid and adult fitness classes, party packages, special interest classes, wellness classes, massage therapy, field rentals, and aquatics. For those athletically inclined, there are softball leagues as well as volleyball and basketball leagues.
Burleson Recreation Center (the BRiCk)
Sign up for activities, check availability for rentals, and book pavilions
     
Parks and Amenities
The parks and recreation department boasts about its multiple parks, totaling 348 acres. Specialty parks include Chisenhall Fields Sports Complex (the park contains 10 baseball fields, 5 softball fields, 2 practice fields, 2 concession facilities and one football field for youth play); Hidden Creek Sports Complex (home for all adult athletic leagues); Centennial Park (the City’s first fully accessible park for children of all abilities); Bartlett Park Soccer Complex (projected to open in the spring of 2016; will feature 16 soccer fields, a playground, and a concrete trail); and the Oak Valley Trail (first pedestrian trail leg in the city’s planned trail system). 
Parks and Amenities
Facilities
  
Hidden Creek Golf Course
Golfers will like teeing off at Hidden Creek Golf Course, a challenging 18-hole golf course that will test your skills. 
Hidden Creek Golf Course