Originally established in 1951 as a Calgary neighborhood, Windsor Park has now become home to over 4,000 residents situated in multi- and single-family dwellings. In between 50th Avenue to the north, Macleod Trail to the east, 58th Avenue to the south, and the Calgary Golf & Country Club and Elbow River to its west, Windsor Park benefits from having a major route for a border allowing residents a few minutes’ drive into the downtown core and from its more secluded location in the southwestern quadrant of the city. The Windsor Park Community Association sponsors many events and initiatives throughout the year including a brand new multi-age playground. They’ve also helped assist with the infrastructure required to have completed major renovations to the community center as well as the newly built state-of-the-art fire station. Furthermore they have worked with the city of Calgary to reserve a strip of land located along the ridge above Macleod Trail to be developed into another park. Things are happening in Windsor Park and for those wanting an inner city neighborhood that’s a wonderful place to live and with the potential to see potential major increase in property value, the facts can’t be denied.

Public school students here in Windsor Park attend the nearby Elboya elementary and junior high as well as the Western Canada senior high school. Catholic school students are equally well taken care of with the nearby St. Augustine elementary and junior high and Bishop Grandin senior high school.

The Chinook Centre is located immediately southeast from the neighborhood which affords many residents the opportunity to shop and get groceries within a brief walk. Those looking to explore more developed shopping opportunities; Macleod Trail will take you right up to downtown sans issue. Other amenities nearby include the Rockyview General Hospital, Riverdale Park, and the rest of the beautiful Elbow River.

There are nearly a dozen Calgary Transit stops that line 4th Street, 58th Street, and Elbow Drive that give residents a chance to visit other parts of the city easily. It’s very accommodating to those that don’t possess their own vehicle for everyday travel.

For these reasons among others, Windsor Park is a great place to live and a wonderful place to call home – even if it’s only for a short while. With a vibrant local economy, the inspired minds of the residents who inhabit Windsor Park, and the vital routes that give them access to any part of the city they may want to visit, the community has a unique and somewhat secluded identity among other neighborhoods in the region.