Dr. Kosmal Park
Dr. Kosmal Park is a passive park on the north-east corner of Highways 2 and 19. This park was initiated by the Thamesford Lions Club in memory of long-time Thamesford resident Dr. Richard Kosmal. The benches, flower boxes and flag pole were donated by the Thamesford Business Association. The trees in this park were donated and planted by the Thamesford Lions Club.
Grace Patterson Park
Grace Patterson Park is located on Allen Street (Highway 19) in Thamesford, just north of Highway 2. This is a passive park that is situated beside the Thames River. There is a picnic shelter available in the park. The north end
Lions River Park
The Lions River Park is a passive park that is located on the south-west corner of Highway 2 and Highway 19 in Thamesford. This is a heavily treed lot along the Thames River. A great spot to take a walk by the river.
Lions South Park
Lions South Park is located on Seldon Street in Thamesford. This park offers a baseball diamond (no diamond lights), one small soccer field, and shaded playground equipment. There is a picnic area with six picnic tables which can be rented out for family events. This park also has washrooms.
North Park is located at 221 George Street in Thamesford. This park has Thamesford's only lighted baseball diamond. There is a concession booth with accessible washroom, a second baseball diamond that is not lit and playground equipment in this park as well. North Park is also home to the Thamesford Scout Hall which is home to many local Scout groups.
Robert Fisher Soccer Field
The Robert Fisher Soccer Field is located on Middleton Street in Thamesford, just south of the Thamesford District Recreation Centre. This park has 1 full size soccer field and 2 smaller soccer fields.
Terry Fox Park is located just north of the arena on Middleton Street. This grassy park is home to the amusements and rides on Calithumpian Weekend.