Burnham-on-Crouch is a town on the north bank of the River Crouch in the Maldon District of Essex, England with a population of 7,671. It has been a ferry port, fishing port and is recently one of the Britain's leading places for yachting due to its location. It also has many famous buildings including the Grade II* listed Royal Corinthian Yacht Club and Mangapps Railway Museum which is located nearby. There are many pubs and takeaways including The Railway Hotel, New Welcome Sailor, The star, Oriental House, Pizza Island, Burnham Grill, Dhanshiri.
In the last week of August the 'Burnham Week,' a sailing event, is hosted and includes dinghy racing on the River Crouch and a competitive yacht race. Moreover, Burnham has a non-league football club, cricket and lawn bowls clubs, rugby union, and a golf club about 1.5 miles from the town centre.
Neil Faith a professional wrestler and the musicians Kate Walsh and Helen Watson came from here.