Burnett Field was a ballpark located on the northeast corner of Jefferson Blvd and Colorado Blvd in the Oak Cliff neighborhood of Dallas, Texas. It was built in 1924 and was named Gardner Park II after the original Gardner Park was burnt down. After many name changes, the Park was named Burnett Field in 1948.

The ballpark could sit 10,500 fans and home to many minor league baseball teams, most notably the Dallas Rangers.

The Dallas Cowboys used Burnett Field as a training facility in 1960. Four years later is was closed and later razed. The location has remained mostly vacant since then. It was used as a construction staging area for the Trinity River Bridge expansion in the late 2010s.

Location History

Burnett Field in 1952 before the construction of Interstate 35.
2015 as a staging area for the Trinity River Bridge.