Thomson Memorial Park

Nearest Address: 1005 Brimley Road, Scarborough, ON M1P 3E9
Meets: Tuesday 6:30-8:00 PM
Transit: From Kennedy Station. #21C Brimley Rd at Dorcot Ave., 5 minute walk; or if traveling along Lawrence Ave East, take the #54D to Brimley Rd stop, 10 minute walk north on Brimley.
Meeting point: We will gather on the North side of the north Parking lot by the Park Office/ Washrooms, brick building, closest to the Baseball diamond/soccer field.

Thomson Memorial Park is a new TNS site for the 2024 season. It is a 41.8-hectare park located north of Lawrence Avenue East. It is the site of the Scarborough Historical Museum and resides on farmlands that were granted to David and Mary Thomson, the founding family of Scarborough, around 1798.

The park has many amenities including a baseball diamond, soccer field, tennis courts, picnic areas, playgrounds, outdoor fitness equipment, wading pools/splash pads, a pond, washrooms and dog parks.

The park follows the West Highland Creek, a tributary of the Highland Creek, and has a number of paths located throughout a large area of wooded ravines, providing patrons a glimpse of nature within the city.  It is also part of the PanAm Path and connects to the Gatineau Hydro corridor. Come and join us for some outdoor fun as we give nature a helping hand by learning about and removing invasive species.

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