A short walk from The Savill Garden Visitor Centre lies Cow Pond, a serene ornamental lake created in the 1700s.
It’s a wonderful place to walk, take photographs or simply enjoy the outside air.
Originally designed by the architect Henry Flitcroft, the Pond underwent extensive renovation in 2012 to commemorate Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee.
A new Baroque-style footbridge was added along with a beautiful oak arbour. As with the roof of The Savill Garden Visitor Centre, both the arbour and the footbridge were expertly crafted from sustainable Windsor Estate oak.
Each season offers its own rewards, but summer visitors will be greeted by the colourful display of waterlilies.
These useful links will help you make the most of your visit to Windsor Great Park.
Park map & guide
View and download our Park map & guide to help you make the most of your visit to Windsor Great Park.
With world-class gardens, stunning vistas, convenient parking and outstanding facilities, take out a membership from just £1.92 a week* to enjoy Windsor Great Park and The Savill Garden all-year round.
As an operational Estate, it is sometimes necessary to close parts of Windsor Great Park. Please check visitor updates below before you travel.