Get away from the crowds and escape to Greater Burlington, Iowa. Nestled in the southeast corner of Iowa, Greater Burlington is the perfect place to relax and unwind from the daily stresses of life.
Experience the four seasons which grace the community, each providing its own beauty, charm, and activities. From a spring evening at 34 Raceway cheering on the drivers, to enjoying live music on the riverfront, to a hike through red and gold leaves in the fall, to snowshoeing through Starr's cave on a sunny winter day, there is something for everyone.
For more information on what you can expect in Greater Burlington, view our Community guide or request a printed Community Guide sent to your home.
Watch the video below and see what it is like to experience Greater Burlington.
This project partially funded by Travel Iowa.
Are You Ready For An Adventure?
Follow along as residents of Greater Burlington, the Lundgren Family - Tim & Kelli, and the Cornick Family - Alec & Dominique, explore everything Greater Burlington has to offer. Get a glimpse of what's on their must-do list.
Burlington Monster Match
When you think of fall, I’m sure your first thought isn’t soccer. However, in October, you’ll find the Burlington RecPlex, Fun City Turf, Notre Dame Catholic school fields and the newly renovated Bracewell Stadium full of ghosts and goblins battling it out for a Monster Match medal!
GOOD Restaurant + Lounge
What you need to know:
Good Food + Good Drinks + Good Times
Heart of Downtown Burlington
Beautiful Spacious Patio
Indoor Dining + Bar + Chill/Hangout Area Upstairs
Good Food + Good Drinks + Good Times is the perfect motto of this restaurant. Located in the heart of downtown Burlington, GOOD Restaurant...
Art Center of Burlington
What you need to know:
Monthly Gallery Exhibits
Gallery Lounge with Wine/Beer + Charcuterie Board + Live Music + Art
If you’re looking to take in a little culture with the family, the Art Center of Burlington is a must-stop destination. It’s the perfect combination of creativity + family...
North Gorge Trail
“We abuse land because we regard it as a commodity belonging to us. When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect.” -Aldo Leopold
Like many going through these uncertain times, we like to head outside for...