Windsor Great Park

Windsor Great Park

Ferndale Park is 5 miles from Windsor Great Park

The royal parkland stretching over six miles from Home Park at Windsor Castle, through Windsor Great Park all the way down to Virginia Water, offers a number of beautiful walks. Many of these routes enable you to drink in either the amazing views of Windsor Castle from the Long Walk, or the majesty of the royal Red Deer Herd.

The Long Walk from Windsor Great Park up to the Castle

There are a host of wonderful cycling and walking routes around Windsor Great Park. Perhaps start your exploration at one end of the Long Walk, and spend an afternoon making your way up to the town. Visit the Windsor Great Park website to find out more…

For less trekking and more exploring: at the southernmost tip of Windsor Great Park, a little further from Ferndale Park, lies Virginia Water, with its spectacular Leptis Magna Ruins. These were created from stones taken from ruins in Libya, so that George IV could create his own ruins. Click on the image below to view walks and history in more detail…

Click here to view information about Leptis Magna ruins at Virginia Water

Connections by road, rail and bus to Ferndale ParkFind out more about Windsor, within easy reach of Ferndale Park, BrayEverything Windsor Great Park has to offer, on the doorstep

For further information about Ferndale Park and the local area, please check out the links above and our pages on location, our Park Guidelines and Homes for Sale.