Oakledge Park



Oakledge Park, Burlington, VT 05401 Visit Website | 802-865-7247


Parking: Yes

Located at the end of Flynn Avenue, Oakledge park has over 2400 foot of waterfront. Facilities include: 

  • swimming beach with rocky shore (no lifeguard)
  • playground
  • tennis courts
  • softball fields
  • vollyball courts
  • walking trails
  • picnic shelters/picnic tables/grills
  • the first handicapped accessible tree-house
  • connection to the Burlington Bike Path


6 reviews
  • August 21, 2013
    "A beautiful park, the playground and beach are both small but the grounds are worth the visit. make sure to visit the tree house, it is amazing "
    - katiebug_1530
  • August 13, 2012
    "Fabulous local beach. Never as crowded as North Beach, and the two pavilions are often available on short notice. Easy access for a kayak or a day on the sand and the Forever Young Treehouse is absolutely beautiful. The Burlington Bike Path runs right next to it, so it is extremely accessible by walking, biking or driving. Large parking lots, tennis courts, great playground, grills, restrooms, and plenty of room to run. Perfect! "
    - paddlekat
  • June 14, 2012
    "We love it here! So much space to run around, a great playground area, paths, and the beach. Like another posted said, just wish it wasn't so expensive to get in during in season. "
    - itsamandarae
  • August 19, 2011
    "My absolute favorite beach park locally. The swimming beach is lovely, the playground lots of fun, and huge grassy fields, perfect for flying kites and having picnics. Just wish the parking wasn't so expensive during season. "
    - bwarsh
  • May 2, 2011
    "This park is great for kids 2 to 10. It has a playground right near the bathrooms, when open for the season! The forever young treehouse is amazing...it is ADA compliant, so any child can play in it!!! The bike path goes through the park, there are sand volleyball courts, and tennis courts, as well as a pavilion to picnic under My children love going here, because of the playground, the treehouse and the beach when it isn't flooding! It is a great space!"
    - finn3
  • June 14, 2010
    "I've been here a few times, but today I ventured to the southern end of the park. Wow, they have this amazing tree house about 15 feet off the ground in a large white oak tree. And get this, it's handicapped accessible which also makes it accessible to the little ones. Kids loved it. From there we headed down the paved path to the beach. It's a beautiful cove that faces Burlington. Lots of rocks to climb on a sandy beach. The paved path leads back to the top of the hill where there is a covered pavilion with bathrooms."
    - ceb

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