City parks offer Windsor residents an area where they can enjoy the outdoors and maintain their physical activity. Urban parks are known to have lower temperatures compared to their surrounding environment, mainly due to the presence of vegetation. Despite this, parks are still affected by high temperatures caused by the urban heat island effect. Extreme heat events can cause a decrease in thermal comfort levels in urban parks. This can negatively impact the health of park users, and discourage them from participating in park activities. This report aims to identify specific design factors that can influence the thermal comfort in city parks, to increase the knowledge surrounding heat resilient park design, and to provide recommendations that will support climate change adaptation in the City of Windsor, ON.