Jackson Park, with its more than 10,000 plants, is undoubtedly one of Windsor's foremost attractions. Visitors to the Queen Elizabeth II Sunken Garden's can enjoy the flowers of the season: hundreds of tulips in May, followed by the abundance of summer perennials and lush annuals. The park features some of the most magnificent formal gardens and fountains in Windsor.
Jackson Park is also a well equipped, popular sports park. Besides being the permanent home of the Windsor Lawn Bowling Club and Windsor Stadium, the park also provides a wide assortment of creative play units, a basketball court, five ball diamonds, rugby and soccer fields. Other improvements have included a complete refurbishment of the stadium grandstands, building and fields in 1990. In 1991, both the lighted tennis courts and the lawn bowling greens were upgraded and repairs made to the cedar pergola structure.
- Privately Owned Parkside Tennis Club
- Copernicus Sundial
- South African War Memorial
- Land, Sea, Air Memorial
- Robert Burns Memorial