Windsor Park is a neighborhood located just 6 miles from downtown Austin, Texas.
This Austin neighborhood has many outdoor recreational activity options for locals to enjoy. For example, Bartholomew Park is located within Windsor Park's boundaries, and in this 57-acre park you can find activities for residents like disc golf, basketball courts, picnic shelters, a splash pad and a new pool. Residents of Windsor Park can also be seen taking bikes to commute to work, as well as using the ample public transportation. Mueller Farmer's Market allows more than 40 vendors to participate and visitors can enjoy live music performances and kid-friendly activities every Sunday.
Windsor Park boasts a loyal and active community that conducts fundraisers to beautify the area and its parks. The Windsor Park Schools Committee works with the residents in the area to support the local students as well as Reagan High School. Pearce Elementary School calls Windsor Park its home, as do three area elementary schools: Harris Elementary, Andrews Elementary and Blanton Elementary. Residents of this area enjoy plenty of commuting options, with easy access to major roadways in all directions: 51st Street to the south, I-35 to the west, Highway 290 to the north and Manor Road to the east.
The Windsor Park neighborhood of Charlotte is conveniently located 15 minutes from Uptown. Comprised of residential buildings from the 1960s, the area has attracted young couples and singles who want to do a little home improvement. Residents also have access to the streetcar line, making inter-city travel easy.
Located on an 8-acre wooded property, the Charlotte Museum of History is a local favorite for daytime activity. The campus is also home to the Hezekiah Alexander Homesite, which is the oldest surviving house in the county. Built in 1774, the home still rests on its original spot. Visitors can go inside or explore the grounds to experience a reproduction of a log kitchen, barn and reconstructed two-story springhouse.
Kilborne Park is a great place for a relaxing day outside. Have a picnic with friends or play sports on the expansive lawn.
There's no shortage of quality southern cooking in Windsor Park. Whether you're looking for homemade fried chicken or barbeque straight off the grill, there's something to satisfy your appetite. The King's Kitchen is a nonprofit restaurant featuring locally sourced food. The restaurant employs people who are at risk – homeless and rehab graduates – and all proceeds go to feed the hungry in Charlotte. The call to service displayed by The King's Kitchen is a reflection of the heart of the Windsor community