Windsor Castle walk
Over 3.8 miles of walking trails and bridges wind through pristine wooded areas, along beautifully landscaped open areas, and adjacent to picturesque creeks and marshes in the park. Five pedestrian bridges cross the creeks and marshes, and numerous overlooks are strategically located for resting and sightseeing. The trails were constructed to "Sustainable Trail Design" standards and are ADA compliant. Dogs (on leashes and accompanied by their handlers) are allowed.
Click here to view TRAIL MAPS. If you would like to join the volunteer group that helps maintain
the trails, please check out our TRAIL DOCTORS PROGRAM.For safety reasons, the trails are open to pedestrain traffic only - no bicycles, horses, skateboards, ATVs or motorized vehicles are permited on the trails.
Walking Trails Access
The main entrance and parking facility is located on Jericho Road off Cedar Street.
Access from the historic downtown area is available at the end of South Mason Street. Parking for this entrance is in the downtown area, as well as a shared parking lot at Trinity United Methodist Church.
A third entrance is possible from the Smithfield Station parking lot.
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