SCHUYLER MUSEUM

The Schuyler Museum features eight rooms of exhibits reflecting Burlingame’s history and a research room, including the fire station exhibit in the community center that houses the Burlingame Fire Department’s pride and joy, their 1938 fire truck.

117 S. Dacotah 
Burlingame, KS 
785-654-3170

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SUMNER PARK

Sumner Park is located on South Topeka Avenue between W. Dayton and W. Seward Avenues. Sumner Park features two covered picnic shelters, several uncovered picnic tables, restrooms, playground equipment, tennis court, volleyball court, and basketball court. The park also has a nice gazebo and is surrounded by a sidewalk measuring approximately 1/3 of a mile.

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JONES PARK

Jones Park is located on the northern edge of town at the intersection of Topeka Avenue and Jackson Avenue. The park has a covered picnic shelter, playground equipment, a skatepark, and a dog park.

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THE BURLINGAME SWIMMING POOL

The Burlingame Swimming Pool is 3,500 square feet with 2 diving boards, a slide, and a baby pool. 

300 N. Dacotah. St.

785-654-2321

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THE BURLINGAME BALL PARK

The Burlingame Ball Park is located north of Allen County Community College on Dacotah Street. The park includes a baseball field, softball field, T-ball field, concession stand, restrooms, playground equipment, and an open field for different activities. 

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THE COMMUNITY CENTER

The Community Center is located directly behind Schuyler Museum. Contact the --museum to reserve the center.
785-654-3170

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