A developed multi-sports park area (4.31 hectares) with playing fields, a park pavilion, wheelchair-accessible children’s play area, rose garden (heritage designation) and accessible scented garden.
Windsor Park is an active multi-sport and recreational park where children and adults enjoy the benefits of sport competition for a range of activities including soccer, rugby, cricket, field hockey, tennis, baseball, and softball with safe, well-maintained fields and amenities.
In addition to its sports focus, the park also provides for more passive enjoyment by visitors with its picnic and play area, sitting areas, the Rose and Scented Gardens, and indoor meeting rooms in a completely rebuilt building on the original site. This new facility (2006) houses a children’s program room, a main hall, and change rooms, all on the first floor. The bright multi-purpose rooms on the second floor can be divided into four meeting rooms by means of movable walls, or used as two larger rooms. In addition to municipal recreation programming, the facility is available for rentals by community sports and cultural groups and for private functions.
Casual, non-organized use is allowed during times that the fields are not used by permit holders or are closed for maintenance.
Use of the tennis courts is on a first-come, first-served basis and players must abide by the posted rules for play.
For information regarding Windsor Centre programs and usage, refer to the current recreation program brochure.
Dogs are allowed to be off leash on the playing fields in the park if the field is not being used by permit holders and only during the following times:
- between sunrise and 9 o’clock a.m. on any day from July 1st to August 31st in any year; and
- between sunrise and 11 o’clock a.m. on any day from September 1st to June 30th provided, however, that the dog must nevertheless remain at all times under the full custody and control of a competent person.
Windsor Park is used by a very active and organized dog-walking group that utilizes the fields in the early morning hours for off-leash exercise for dogs. This group has taken responsibility for enssuring communication with other dog users of the park and has created a website promoting responsible use of parks by dogs.
Dogs are not allowed in the Rose Garden, children’s play area, or in Windsor Pavilion at any time.
Except for personal assistance devices, wheeled apparatuses are not allowed in the park. Except for municipal service vehicles, cars are not permitted in the park.