Windsor, with the Susquehanna River flowing through it and hills all around it, offers a bounty of recreational opportunities for residents and visitors.
The town of Windsor is home to beautiful Klumpp Park situated in the center of the village next to the Occanum creek. Named in honor of Merritt Klumpp, longtime
Windsor Coach, Principal and village Mayor, the park has grown to include baseball and softball diamonds, basketball courts, walking trails, several swing sets, a fun playground, pavilions, and
The Windsor Youth Commission sponsors hundreds of young athletes each year for the baseball and softball programs and also holds an Easter Egg hunt in the park and other seasonal activities.
Our school district, with its five school buildings, also offers playgrounds, playing fields and (at the High School) a full fitness center and pool.
For the nature lover, Hawkins pond is a four-season, wooded park with a pond for fishing and trails for hiking and/or cross country skiing. Maps are available on the website to plan your trip.
Windsor is home to THREE full-service campgrounds!
Forest Hill Campground at 574 Ostrander Rd. http://www.forestlakeny.net
Lakeside Campground at 336 Hargrave Rd. http://ilovecamping.com
Pinecrest Campground at 280 State Rt. 79 http://pinecrestny.com
For those who enjoy a round of golf, Windsor boasts the beautiful Golden Oak Golf course at 679 State Rt. 79 http://goldenoakgolfcourse.com/
The Jesse Katen Dance studio is located on Main Street in the village. https://www.facebook.com/jessekatendance
Windsor is on the NYS bicycling route.Region 9 BIKING
For more information check out the website or visit the kiosk at the intersection of Chapel St.(Old Route 17) and Main St.(Route 79) in the village of Windsor.
The Southern Tier bicycle club is also a good resource for local biking information. http://www.southerntierbicycleclub.org
Each year our local Lions club co-sponsors the “Race for Sight” bicycle race. Partnered with the Binghamton Lions Club and Tioga Velo bicycle club, this event raises funds to support A.V.R.E. vision rehabilitation programming. Check them out at http://www.avreus.org
The Susquehanna River has a host of opportunities for recreation including fishing, bird-watching (including Bald Eagles), canoeing, boating, kayaking, tubing, and in
some places jet-skiing, and swimming.
Be aware of property lines and safety issues.
As with any Recreational Activities,
Have Fun but Be Safe!
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