Burrton Parks & Recreation

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Milburn Stone Park, Burrton Kansas

Recreation Commission
Burrton Pool City Park
Area Recreation Milburn Stone Park

Park Information

Burrton Recreation Commission

The Burrton Recreation Commission was formed in 2007 to promote activity for residents of all ages in our community. 

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Burrton Pool


333 East Adams Street - (620) 463-2668.

The Municipal Swimming Pool was constructed in 1968 and is an active part of the summer recreation program.

Milburn Stone Park 400 East Adams Street.  Ten acres of land for this recreation area was donated in 1956.  It encompasses the municipal swimming pool, a lighted tennis court, sand volleyball court, and 2 baseball diamond fields.  There is also a picnic area with playground equipment, and the Flickinger Memorial Activity Building.  The park is open from 7:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., March 1st through October 1st.

The Milburn Stone Park Complex was named in honor of Milburn Stone, a former resident of the community who was a TV favorite on the Gunsmoke series, in which he played Doc Adams. 

City Park Burrton Kansas City Park


Center & Harvey Streets.

The park is located on a half acre of land donated in 1915.  There is playground equipment and picnic tables on a shaded and grassed site.  The park is in a residential area and is frequented by small children.  This is also the site of the City water tower.

Cliff & Ruth Dole

Memorial Park


  121 N. Burrton Avenue

Pete's Puddle 4801 N. Willow Lake Rd - (620) 345-4650.

Pete's Puddle Resort is available for fishing, camping, and swimming for the whole family.

Harvey County West Lake 15835 NW 24th - (620) 835-3189.

15-acre community lake with fishing for Bluegill, Crappie, Channel Catfish, Flathead Catfish, and Largemouth Bass.  Hiking, picnicking, wildlife viewing, fishing, camping, swimming, and sports are the recreation opportunities available at this park.  Camping is allowed by permit.  2 hiking trails are maintained.

For more Information on Fishing Conditions in the area, click HERE

For more Information on Bird Watching & Wildlife in the park, click HERE


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