Windsor Parks and Open Space is responsible for parks, trails, rights-of-way, the Lakeview Cemetery, and open spaces within the Town. They evaluate development plans to ensure that Parks, Recreation and Cultural needs are addressed.
Park Information & Amenities
Parks and playgrounds are an important part of Windsor’s infrastructure. They provide residents with a place to enjoy fresh air and serve as a way to preserve outdoor recreation space for future generations.
View a listing of all our parks, open spaces, and shelters.
Please be advised that parks are public space and may not be blocked from public use. Only shelters may be reserved for private use. Reserve a park shelter by calling the Community Recreation Center at 970-674-3500, reserving a shelter online, or completing a Park Shelter Request Form. Be sure to read our Park Regulations (PDF).
How the Colorado Lottery helps Windsor Parks & Trails
The Town of Windsor receives Conservation Trust Fund dollars from the State of Colorado. These funds are generated by the sales in the Colorado Lottery. Additionally, the Town has received grants for various programs through Great Outdoors Colorado, also funded with Colorado Lottery revenues. Many areas throughout Colorado have been preserved or developed with assistance from the Colorado Lottery.
Windsor Lottery Locations
- Poudre River Initiative - 2012 (partner)
- Our Lands, Our Future: Larimer County Regional Study - 2012 (partner)
- River Bluffs Open Space and Highway 392 Underpass: Larimer County - 2011 (partner)
- Windsor Trail - Greeley Number 2 Canal - 2011
- Windsor Charter Academy Playground - 2010
- Chimney Park Re-Create- 2009
- Boardwalk Park Boundless Playground - 2008
- Windsor Trail - Windsor Lake - 2005
- Eastman Park Skatepark - 2003
- Diamond Valley Community Park - 2000