Fergy Brown Park is in the northeast quadrant of Eglinton Flats. It's home to two cricket pitches and an allotment garden. The area which was built on the Humber River Floodplain, was once owned and farmed by the Scarlett family in the mid 1800's. It was later turned into a market garden that was flooded out by Hurricane Hazel in 1954. As part of a new floodplain plan the area was turned into parkland. The park is named after former Mayor of York, Fergy Brown.