Covering 15,000 acres and including Ascot Race Course, 3 golf courses and a couple of polo pitches there is no finer place to enjoy a stroll.
Today you might see deer in the park brought down from the Balmoral Estate, but George IV preferred to keep a giraffe amongst other exotics in the grounds!
Smith’s Lawn hosts the famous Cartier Polo event and has also been used as an aerodrome, and in the event of a German invasion in WWII would have provided the escape route from London for the royal family.
The park also hosts a totem pole, the world famous Savill Garden, ancient ruins from Leptis Magna in Libya and in Spring a blaze of colour from the azalea collection in the Valley Gardens.
Keep your eyes peeled as Prince Philip is the Ranger of Windsor Great Park, and stay well out of his way if he is riding his horse drawn buggy at high speed. You have been warned!