Bocce Ball Courts

Bocce Ball Courts

Burlingame Parks & Recreation Department is proud to have three new Bocce Ball Courts for rental or drop-in play. 

How to request a Bocce Permit:

  1. Make sure to read all the Bocce Court rules and Information on this page before submitting a request.
  2. CLICK HERE  for availability and to submit a request. 
  3. Submit a request for a particular bocce court and date  and time for staff review.
  4. Residents will be required to to provide valid proof of residency.
  5. If approved, renter will receive an email confirmation along with steps to complete payment and finalize Bocce Permit
For more information email or call  650-558-7300.

Court Rental Information and Fees:
  • There are 3 courts available
  • Court rentals are available 7 days a week during normal park hours.
  • $32.00 per court/hour for Residents
  • $37.00 per court/hour for Non-Residents

Bocce Court Rules and Information
  1. Please keep food and drinks off the Bocce Court area.
  2. No running, scuffing feet, or horseplay on the Bocce Courts.
  3. Flat soled shoes only allowed on courts. Please no high heels.
  4. Smoking is prohibited on Bocce Courts.
  5. Pets must stay off Bocce Court area.
  6. Bicycles, skateboards, remote controlled vehicles are not allowed in Bocce Court area.
  7. Equipment unrelated to Bocce is not allowed on courts at any time.
  8. When Bocce Courts are full, there is a two-match limit. Once the limit is reached, players must yield to those who have waited in turn for the next available court.
  9. One individual may not hold a court if there are teams ready to play.
  10. Parks and Recreation Department sponsored lessons, tournaments, or clinics and persons holding a valid Parks and Recreation permit have priority for use of the courts.
  11. Courts may be reserved for individual or tournament play. Players are asked to vacate a court if an individual shows them a valid Park and Recreation Department permit.
  12. The picnic table at the end of each Bocce Ball Court is designated for bocce players’ use for that court. Please note that you may be asked to leave a picnic table if not playing on that specific bocce court and do not hold a valid permit for the court in question.
  13. Team play allows for 16 people per court/table.
  14. No alcohol is allowed in public parks unless permitted during a court rental.
  15. For information on reserving Bocce Courts, contact the Burlingame Recreation Center at 650-558-7300.
  16. Players are asked to please pick up their trash/recyclables and place it in the cans provided.
“Burlingame Parks & Recreation Department is creating a better community in which to live and play through quality recreational environments, enriching opportunities, and empowering people.”

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