Burton Fleming, (earlier known as North Burton), is a village and civil parish in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England.  It lies close to the border with North Yorkshire.  The village is situated approximately 7 miles (11km) from Bridlington, 6 miles (10km) from Filey, 12.5 miles (20km) from Driffield and 13 miles (22km) from Scarborough.

The village offers a range of facilities which include a Village Store with mobile post office, the Burton Arms Public House, Village Hall Community Centre, Children's Play Park and The Willows Residential Home.  It has a population of approximately 430 people.

A significant British Iron Age cemetery (Burton Fleming archaeological site) consisting of 64 barrows forming part of the Arras Culture of the East Riding of Yorkshire was excavated here in the 1970's.
 
The village is noted for the house where Queen Henrietta Maria was sent into hiding during the English Civil War. 

The Gypsey Race flows through the village and through other neighbouring villages such as Wold Newton and Rudston. In 2012 the village suffered serious flooding from the Gypsey Race.