125 E Palm Ave
Catch a world premiere, and make a night of it at more than 100 restaurants nearby.
220 N Victory Blvd
Available anytime, the covered cages here offer shade from the summer heat and protection during the rainy season.
2901 Haven Way
From ziplines to ball fields, picnic tables and tennis courts, Brace Canyon Park has adventures for all ages.
Valhalla Memorial Park
1533 N Ontario St
Also known as the Portal of Folded Wings.
3211 W Victory Blvd
Burbank Roller Hockey Rink is the premier hockey rink in the San Fernando Valley.
1515 North Glenoaks Blvd
Nestled within an 18-acre oasis in the heart of Burbank lies The Burbank Tennis Center.
1625 N Valley St
Valley Park is a city-owned and managed skate park, perfect for skateboarders of all skill levels.
The Chandler Bikeway is an outdoor jewel tucked in Burbank’s Magnolia Park neighborhood.
601 South Lake Ave
This mini-park was created as a memorial to the four sycamore trees that were planted in 1817 by Spanish padres.
1500 East Walnut Ave
Set against a stunning natural backdrop in the hills above Burbank, the Par 71 PGA DeBell Golf Club delivers the most challenging yet affordable 5,600 yards of 18-hole golf in the region.
1922 Grismer St
A relaxing, quiet park with plenty of grass, shade and sand.
133 N San Fernando Blvd
Bring your friends, buddies and co-workers to share a beer and play a challenging game of pool on one of 20 pool tables.
1111 West Olive Avenue
George Izay Park is easily recognizable with the mounted Air Force jet at the entrance.
115 N Lomita St
Discover how Burbank evolved from a rancho into Media Capital of the World.
1301 West Olive Ave
Joslyn is a place for active adults to enjoy organized day trips, senior activities, social events, and volunteer opportunities.
3715 W Pacific Ave
Pacific Park was officially re-named the Larry L. Maxam Memorial Park in honor of the City of Burbank’s only Medal of Honor recipient.
2319 W Magnolia Blvd
Perfect for adults and children alike.
175 E Olive Ave
Martial Arts World is the home of champions and an award winning martial arts studio.
1515 N Glenoaks Blvd
McCambridge Recreation Center features a gymnasium, several meeting rooms and classrooms including a karate studio and the “After School Daze” program.
700 E Providencia Ave (at 7th St)
This park is loved by the entire neighborhood.
1111 W Olive Ave
The Olive Recreation Center features a gymnasium, several community rooms and classrooms, and serves as the main office for the Sports and Aquatics Office.
1125 East Orange Grove Ave
Palm Park is one of the oldest parks in Burbank.
960 Chestnut St
Racer’s Edge Karting is L.A.’s newest premier indoor karting facility.
3211 West Victory Blvd
Easy access and good parking make this park a popular choice for families with kids of all ages.
2800 West Empire Ave
An architectural archway guides you into this neighborhood oasis with lighted softball fields, shaded modern play structures with sand, and a picnic area.
2701 Thornton Ave
This park has a large grassy field for ball games and Frisbee, two separate play areas – one for ages 2-5 and the other 5-9, a covered picnic area and a half court for basketball.
250 West Santa Anita Ave
This small neighborhood park also features toddler and kid’s swings.
1249 Lockheed View Dr
Outdoor amphitheater in the hills above Burbank with a capacity of up to 5,000 guests.
416 S Victory Blvd
Since 1992, owner and Sword Master Tim Weske has established a successful and unique training facility.
150 North 3rd St
Ring in the season with a festive outing complete with skating, twinkle lights, and joyful music.
2300 Monterey Place
Families enjoy this lovely, small park tucked between residential streets.
1701 Wildwood Canyon Dr
The perfect park for a hike with amazing views of Burbank and beyond!