Virginia Water is located on the southern edge of Windsor Great Park, in north west Surrey. There is a pleasant walk around the lake, encompassing many curiosities, including a 100 foot totem pole, a cascade, an obelisk raised by George II, and part of a ruined city imported from North Africa.
The circuit around the lake is about 4.5 miles (7.2 km), about half is paved and the other half is a "natural" path both providing easy walking conditions even with a pushchair. The lake offers eay walking perfect spots for picnics and stunning scenery.
Virginia Water is open all year around, from dawn until dusk.. Virginia Water is free to enter on foot, but parking charges apply. The car parks are open from 8am to 7pm (or dusk, if earlier).
Car parking charges:
Open daily from 7.45 (or dawn, if later) to 7.30pm (or dusk, if earlier)
1 hour: £2.00
1- 2 hours: £4.00
2- 3 hours: £5.00
4 hours: £7.00
Disabled spaces available.
Payment machines accept cash or credit and debit cards.
Height restrictions apply - please contact the car park team on 07825 430192 for further details.
Handy tip .... Get there early it can get very busy.
Map & Directions
Postcode for satelite navigation: GU25 4QF
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Virginia Water lake is 2 miles from Englefield Green and 6 miles from Windsor town centre. Virginia Water car park is located on the A30, close to the M25 (J13).
Public Transport Directions
The nearest rail stations are located at Egham, Windsor and Virginia Water.
|Virginia Water (1 Jan 2017 - 31 Dec 2017)|
* Open all year around, from dawn until dusk, depending on the seasonal Great Park opening times.