Whether you call Burleson home or are just visiting for a few days, there’s a lot to do in Burleson. Burleson is home to three wineries: Lost Oak Winery, Sunset Winery and D’Vine Wine. Each offers unique, award-winning wines along with tastings, live music or other special events geared for the setting and the season.
Old Town Burleson is a historically restored area where you will find first-class restaurants offering great food and drinks in unique settings. Live music is varied and plentiful on weekends. The Burleson Heritage Foundation Visitor Center is located in the historic Interurban Depot in Old Town with displays about Burleson and Johnson County’s history. Two restored rail cars sit adjacent to the Interurban Depot. Many of the city’s festivals and special events – such as the Hot Sounds of Summer Concerts or the Wine Crawl – take place in Old Town Burleson.
Restaurants and shopping are plentiful in Burleson, from national retailers and chain restaurants to local eateries and boutiques. Burleson Premiere Cinema is a state-of-the-art theater featuring recent releases on 14 screens, with digital film and D-Box motion seating. Visitors can also enjoy the Russell Farm Art Center, with gallery nights, rotating exhibits, workshops and classes.
Three golf courses are located in or near Burleson, including Hidden Creek, the City’s newly-designed 18-hole course. Burleson is also home to numerous fitness and recreation centers, including the City’s “BRiCk” with indoor and outdoor pools, water slides, basketball courts and a fitness center that is open to the public. Burleson has over 500 acres of parks, the beautiful, three-mile Oak Valley bike path, designated bike lanes in the city and numerous soccer and ball fields for all ages of play.
Jellystone RV and Campground offers camping, hayrides, paintball, an inflatable bounce park for kids and more. Pirate’s Cove water park offers slides and rides and is a popular destination for locals and visitors alike.