Trails & Open Spaces
Be aware of construction equipment in the area northeast and adjacent to the County Rd. 13 Poudre River trail-head. There will be soil testing happening in the area which should not impact trail conditions, however, equipment may need to cross the trail periodically. This extra activity is expected to take place from Aug. 21, 2018 through the remainder of the week.
Take the TrailDid you know there are over 40 miles of trails throughout Windsor? Please let us know if there are any immediate needs to trails or parks in Windsor - YourGov. If you enjoy the trail, consider adopting it and assisting with light maintenance.
For more information on Windsor trails, see our Trails Master Plan.
Also, the Great Western Trail Authority, formed via an intergovernmental agreement between the towns of Windsor, Severance and Eaton, owns and maintains the Great Western Trail, a rails-to-trail project located on the old Great Western railroad right of way, heading northeast out of Windsor to Severance. The trail is generally graded and is suitable for hiking and most "fat tire" type bikes
|Belmont Ridge Open Space|
- 2.5 miles
- Soft-surface trail
|Kodak Watchable Wildlife|
- 65-acre natural space
- Access to Poudre River Trail
- Obey local regulations when using any trails
- Park only in designated areas
- Trail hours are dawn to dusk
- Non-motorized activities only
- Horses are not allowed
- Pets must be leashed
- Swimming not allowed (applies to humans & pets)
- No glass containers
- No fires, firearms (except in accordance with Colorado law), paintball, fireworks, or similar
- Pick up after your pet
- Stay on the trail - No Trespassing
- Bicyclists and skaters yield to walkers.
- Bicyclists yield to skaters.
- Downhill users yield to uphill users.
- Faster users yield to slower users.
- Pass on the left giving an audible well in advance. A friendly greeting “passing on your left,” or ringing a bell works well.
- Use common sense and courtesy.
- Stay on the right side with the flow of traffic.
- Groups should move to single file when other trail users are presents so that they may pass safely.
- Control your speed! Slow down and use caution when approaching or overtaking slower trail users.
- Be courteous! All trail users should be respectful of other users regardless of the type of recreation activity, speed, or skill level.
- Look at wildlife from a distance, leave wildflowers and plants for others to enjoy, and stay on the trail.
- Respect private property adjacent to trails.
- Assume motorist do not see you and that you do not have the right of way.
- Expect the unexpected, be safe.
- Practice the "Leave No Trace” principals Pack out what you bring in, including animal waste.
The Town of Windsor partners with other agencies to effectively provide services and amenities beyond our scope or boundaries. This includes such agencies as the City of Greeley, City of Ft. Collins, and the North Front Range Metropolitan Planning Organization Bike and Pedestrian Committee who completed a review of infrastructure in 2013. View the:
Our Lands Our Future Regional Study, a comprehensive look at recreation and conservation values and needs for our area. View the:
Park Ambassador Volunteer!
Do you enjoy strolling in the park or taking a walk on one of Windsor’s beautiful trails? The Town of Windsor is looking for park ambassadors to monitor and provide information to park and trail patrons during the spring and summer seasons. Time commitments will range from 5-10 hours per week. All qualified applicants must pass a background check and undergo park ambassador training.
- Find out more about volunteer opportunities.