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This area is perfect for cyclists, dog walkers and picnicking families who are looking for wide open natural spaces to enjoy.
To fully appreciate the captivating sights at the top of Queen Anne’s Ride, park opposite Ranger’s Gate and enter Windsor Great Park on foot, bicycle or horseback - to begin the climb towards the Jubilee Statue. This statue is the only sculpture of H.M. the Queen on horseback to have been commissioned, and was sculpted by Philip Jackson to mark the Golden Jubilee in 2002.
From the foot of Queen Anne’s Ride stretches the expansive lawns of Stag Meadow - a vast parkland dotted with wild flowers. Stag Meadow is home to Windsor & Eton football club, often providing the venue for an exciting match at weekends. There is also an area which is designated for flying model aircraft – and you can read more about this on our Model Aircraft Flying page.
Making the most of your visit
Here are some great ways to spend your time at Queen Anne’s Ride and Stag Meadow. You can also view our video below, which shows how beautiful Windsor Great Park is in summer.
Enjoy the challenge of a run along Queen Anne's Ride up to the Jubilee Statue.
Test yourself with a challenging cycle up the hill from Rangers Gate to the Statue
The original single row of elm and lime trees of Queen Anne’s Ride was planted in 1708. Formerly known as the Queen’s Walk, the avenue was given a new title after Queen Anne’s fondness for horse drawn carriage rides along this path. Replanting has since taken place using the iconic Windsor Great Park oak trees, and the row of budding young oaks grows taller and stronger with each passing year.
Plan your day
These useful links will tell you everything you need to know to help you plan an enjoyable visit to Windsor Great Park.