Barons Court Park
Location: Barons Court and Dyer Street in Belmont
.5 acre quiet neighborhood park equipped with composite play structure, swing set, metal climber
Location: Beamish Street North of Hill Street in Port Stanley
Passive neighborhood park equipped with single playstructure and single swing-set. Ages 18 months to 12 years.
Belmont Meadows Park
Location: Kettle Creek Drive in Belmont
Passive 1.21 hectare (3.0 acres) neighborhood park equipped with creative playground equipment, swing set and climber. Path connecting to Belmont Road. Ages 18 months to 12 years.
Location: St. George Street in Lynhurst.
This facility is owned and operated by the City of St. Thomas . The park contains soccer fields, creative playground equipment, picnic pavilion and multi-purpose court.
Central Elgin Soccer Park
Location: Rear of Regional Mental Health Care Facility campus, John Wise Line and Sunset Drive in Norman
16 acre site with four full size soccer pitches (eight mini pitches) used by the St. Thomas Soccer Club. Currently the property is leased by the Municipality from the Ontario Realty Corporation.
Don Yeck Park
Location: Adjacent to Belmont Arena at 14020 Belmont Road in Belmont
13.5 acres of parkland and sports field equipped with 2 ball diamonds, four soccer pitches, washrooms, creative play structures, swing sets, climbers, slides, etc., picnic pavilion, splash pad, skate park. Suitable for ages 18 months to 12 years.
Location: Lawton Street in the Eastwood Subdivision
Passive neighborhood park equipped with single play structure and single swing-set.
Erie Rest Beach
Location: End of Bartholomew Street in Port Stanley
Five acres of beachfront (formerly the Port Stanley Conservation Area).
Location: Sparta Line at Sunset Road in Union
Passive park which hosts a vine maze and a Carolinian arboretum. Built and maintained by volunteers of Central Elgin Growing Together with the support of the Central Elgin Parks Department.
Location: Easterly end of Beach Road in Port Stanley
Consists of 2.07 hectares (5.0 acres) of sandy beach and parking
Little Creek Park
Location: East Road in Port Stanley
Neighbourhood park which includes 2012 play equipment for ages 5 to 12, outdoor fitness equipment, walking trail.
Location: South of Edith Cavell Blvd. in Port Stanley
6.07 hectares (15 acres) of sandy beachfront recreational swimming, Blue Flag designation, groomed beach, lifeguard patrolled, volleyball and basketball courts, modern change and public washroom facility, picnic pavilion, on-going landscaping and tree planting children's play equipment, beach accessible wheelchair. Play equipment installed in 2013 for ages 18 months to 12 years, spring rocking equipment. Connection to harbour walkway. Olga disaster monument.
Location: End of Edith Cavell Boulevard turnaround in Port Stanley
1 acre of sandy beachfront
Location: Corner of Colborne Street and Warren Street in Port Stanley
2.7 acres of parkland equipped with 1 lighted ball diamond with washrooms and dressing room facility, playground equipment, skate park, swingset, ages 18 months to 12 years.
Location: Sparta Line east of Quaker Road in Sparta
1.21 hectares (3 acres), one lit ball diamond, concession, washroom facilities
Location: West on Edith Cavell Blvd. , encircled by Stanley Park Drive in Port Stanley
The park is 0.21 hectares (.50 acres) of parkland equipped with large composite playstructure (2013) for ages 5-12, spring rocking equipment, picnic tables, quiet neighborhood park.
Stone Church Park
Location: Stone Church Road and Sparta Line in Union
Small parkette with benches and garden.
Location: Edgewell Crescent in Lynhurst
It has an area of 0.04 hectares (0.10 acres) and contains creative playground equipment for ages 5 to 12 years old. Swing set. Walking path from Owen to Wellington.
Union Ball Park
Location: Corner of Sparta Line and Mill Road in Union
The park is 1.34 hectares (3.3 acres) and contains one lit ball diamond, creative playground equipment and multi-purpose pad. Ages 18 months to 12 years.
Union Street Park
Location: Union Street and Caeser Road in Belmont
1 acre equipped with play equipment, composite playstructure, climbers, rotating swings, multi-purpose pad, picnic pavilion and tables. Hydro.
Why Not Park
Location: Intersection of Edith Cavell Boulevard and William Street in Port Stanley
This parkette contains a short walkway leading to a slightly sheltered seating area and various shrubs and plantings.
450 Sunset Drive
St. Thomas, ON N5R 5V1