Did you know there are over 40 miles of trails throughout Windsor? The town is committed to providing walkers, cyclists, joggers, and others that enjoy our trails with safe and enjoyable routes. Explore them through our trails map! For more information on Windsor trails, see our Trails Master Plan (PDF).


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 Fort Collins, and the North Front Range Metropolitan Planning Organization (NFRMPO) Bike and Pedestrian Committee who completed a review of infrastructure in 2013. View the:

  1. Paved Trails
  2. Natural Trails

Although most trails are owned and maintained by the Town of Windsor, such as the Windsor Lake Trail, some trails exist in partnership with other entities, for example, the Poudre River Trail exists in partnership with the Poudre River Trail Authority in Weld County and the Larimer County Department of Natural Resources, specifically the River Bluffs Open Space This trail is designated as part of the Front Range Trail in northern Colorado and resides within the Cache la Poudre National Heritage Area. View the Poudre River Initiative Long-Range Vision (PDF) for more information. 

Windsor Lake Trail includes various segments on and off-road, including along the Greeley Number 2 Canal, Eaton Ditch, and Windsor Lake.

Contact Us

  1. Open Space & Trails Division

    Email Open Space & Trails Division

    Physical Address
    190 N 8th Street
    Windsor, CO 80550

    Mailing Address
    250 N 11th Street
    Windsor, CO 80550

    Phone: 970-674-5401
    Weather: 970-674-3530
    Fax: 970-674-0827