Visitor’s guide, images, and info for Walter and Mary Burke Park in New Baltimore. Beach, swimming area, fishing docks, restrooms, pavilions and more.
The Walter and Mary Burke Park is just off 23 Mile Road. The park is located at 36300 Front Street in the heart of downtown New Baltimore. This scenic summertime getaway location features a beach, swimming area, fishing docks, boat docks, bocce ball courts as well as restrooms. Additionally, park-goers are able to rent one of the two pavilions on site.
Parking was wonderful, there were a ton of spots open close to the park entrance. We walked down the short sidewalk and right down to the beach.
The park hosts two play structures, one is huge and probably intended for children over the age of 4 (at least). The play structure is very tall, so close supervision may be required for younger climbers.
The second play structure was much smaller and more suitable for younger guests. In addition to the play structures, the park has many swings for the children to enjoy.
Overall this park is very clean and a great small park for the summer. Plus, it has the added bonus of being free!
Walter and Mary Burke Park Hours and Fees
Walter and Mary Burke Park is open daily, from dusk to dawn.
Admission is FREE.
Connect with New Baltimore & Chesterfield Parks
- Brandenburg Park – a 17-acre park that sports fields, picnic areas, boat launches, restroom facilities, an ADA accessible playground, a children’s play area, a hike/bike path as well as a 500-foot pier extending into Lake St. Clair.
- Pollard Park – 128 acres park that offers ball fields, playscape, restroom facilities, pavilion as well as bike/hike path.
- Webber Paddling Park – offers community access to the Salt River and Lake St. Clair via kayaks, canoes, or other non-motorized vessels.
- Walter and Mary Burke Park – beach and swimming area, fishing docks, transient boat docks, 2 play structures, 2 bocce’ ball courts, non-motorized boat launch, as well as bathrooms.
- Maynard “Red” Aurand Memorial Park – offers two baseball diamonds, basketball courts, green space, a covered pavilion, a skatepark, a sledding hill, a children’s playscape, together with permanent bathroom facilities.
- Festival Park – a 31-acre park that is being developed as a multi-sport complex for the Anchor Bay community. The park also has a 1-mile track around the boundary of the park.
- Ruedisale Point Park – a 6.9-acre community park that offers a small playscape, picnic areas, as well as portable restroom facilities during the summer months.
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