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Thomson Memorial Park, Toronto

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Opened in 1960, this park commemorates the site founded by the original settlers in the eastern Toronto section of Scarborough which was the Thomson family, who arrived here in 1796. One of the area's nicest parks, Thomson Memorial Park offers a variety of activities including three lighted tennis courts, full-sized lighted soccer field, softball, a wading pool for kids and a petting zoo. It has four picnic shelters that can hold up to 675 people, ideal for family, team sports and office outings.