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Everything you need to know about travelling to each area of Windsor Great Park, or to Swinley Forest.
Travelling to Windsor Great Park and Swinley Forest by car
Details of parking charges can be found on our Parking page. Dedicated disabled car parking bays are available in The Savill Garden, Valley Gardens and Virginia Water car parks, as well as in the car park which serves Swinley Forest.
Sat nav postcode - TW20 0HJ. Use the same entrance for Valley Garden and Wick Road car parks. The Valley Gardens and Wick Road car parks are currently only accessible to visitors with an Annual Car Park Pass.
Wick Road car park is a five minute walk to The Valley Gardens.
The Valley Gardens is also a 20min walk from the Savill Garden car park - instructions for how to walk to The Valley Gardens are available from The Savill Building.
Accessible from J13 of M25 via the A30 and J6 of the M4 via the A308 towards Windsor.
The closest petrol station can be found opposite Virginia Water car park on the A30.
To access the Long Walk and Deer Park, you can park at one of the car parks dotted along the A332 near Windsor, however visitors often park in Windsor town centre and walk along the High Street to enter Windsor Great Park through Cambridge Gate, which is located next to Windsor Castle. View our interactive map to see the layout of the Great Park and its pedestrian entrances.
If you park at The Savill Garden car park, you can then take a short walk to the right of The Savill Building, along Rhododendron Ride, to Cow Pond. This is a gentle walk and should take around five minutes.
From The Savill Garden car park, Obelisk Lawn is almost immediately to the left of The Savill Building. Then just head towards the Cumberland Obelisk, which you will be able to see from the car park.
You can choose to park at The Savill Garden car park and walk towards the Cumberland Obelisk, then cross Obelisk Bridge on your right, to arrive at Smith’s Lawn. Alternatively, park at The Valley Gardens car park to enter Smith’s Lawn from the opposite side of the polo fields.
Queen Anne's Ride and Stag Meadow
To access Queen Anne’s Ride and Stag Meadow on foot, you can park at any of the car parks dotted along the A332. Horsebox parking is available at the car park opposite Ranger’s Gate.
Click here for a map of cycling routes within the Great Park.
Consider an Annual Car Park Pass
If you visit Windsor Great Park regularly, an Annual Car Park Pass is the ideal way to reduce the cost of each visit. These are available at a cost of £55 per year, or if you are already a member and receive free parking in The Savill Garden car park - then you can choose to pay an additional £15 to cover all other car park operated by Windsor Great Park as well.