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Authorised motorhome parking day or night - no services
|Windsor, Berkshire, England, United Kingdom, SL4 3HY|
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Open from Jan to Dec
|Entrance in Alma Road. Put '3 Alma Road' in satnav.|
Great location for Windsor Castle, London (via adjacent train station) and Legoland (via dedicated shuttle from near castle).
Area to left of entrance gates should be used if paying the car rate, as coach bay rate to the right is much more expensive. Well lit at night and feels safe (sometimes a bit of noise on Friday and Saturday nights with people walking back to their cars).
Water tap available near entrance behind grey porta cabin (park in first coach bay on left).
Large bins available behind change machine in coach park.
Toilets at far end of coach park near cafe & shops, but closed at night.
Parking wardens on site in brick hut between coach and car park between 8:30am and 5:30pm..
Free WiFi available near the entrance gates.
Short walk to restaurant and pubs, upstairs near toilets, through shopping centre and out the other side.
Charges with effect from 9 April 2018
Charges apply Monday - Sunday between 9am-Midnight (including Bank holidays)
Free overnight from Midnight to 9am and £2 overnight from 7pm to 9am.
Up to 1 hour - £1.40
1 to 2 hours - £2.80
2 to 3 hours - £4.20
3 to 4 hours - £6.00
4 to 5 hours - £9.00
Over 5 hours - £12.00
Evening (7pm-Midnight) - £2.00
New parking meter - no longer allows you to pay for subsequent days in one go. You must now pay for the day in the morning (unless using the mobile App which allows you to pay from the night before). No maximum stay.
Payment by coins, card, contactless, via the ParkMobile App or website: www.parkmobile.co.uk. Location code 7555.
|Large vehicles should follow Coach/Bus signs for "Coach Park" to avoid one or two tight corners.|
20m above sea level
Unit types accepted
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To clarify, you need to go under the arches towards the coach park, THEN turn left to fenced area. I used the parkmobile app from arrival to 11.30 pm and it needs restarting before 9 am the following day or leave! it's now £13.20 all day (including evening) The Windsor & Eton brewery is closest for a drink, the leisure centre for showers, is under the arches, right, walk in front of the brewery and keep on, then turn right and left.View all reviews by campingruth
Aeroplanes above, trains to one side, the gardens on the other and Windsor Castle to see from the vehicle! Water and bins nearby, but tricky about chemical waste as nothing shows in a 20 mile radius!
Lovely spot between train line and River Thames under Heathrow flight path with charming view of Windsor Castle, which is easy to walk to as well as the High Street. Despite train & plane frequency, we slept well. On the River Thames side there is a lovely park & walking paths while on the other side of the train line is the Co-op Food Store & many places to dine. We walked to Vansittart Arms pub & had a great meal at a decent price with friendly service. However, there are no facilities so MH'ers must be self sufficient.View all reviews by HelenW
Great stopover for Windsor, a little bit noisy through sat night as people coming back for cars, if you do not pay online remember to bring plenty of pound coins. Busy when we got here sat afternoon but we found a parking space and moved into motorhome area early evening when lots of people had vacated.View all reviews by lizbush
Great stopover spot 5 mins from town centre shops/restaurants as well as castle, the river Thames is just the other side of the beautifully kept gardens, boat trips, boat hire and picnic areas within yards, toilets at end of coach parking open during day, there is some noise from the Heathrow flight path and the railway line but both stop by midnight, car park flood lights where bright but didn’t really bother us......View all reviews by steveevo71
Excellent place to park up & visit Windsor, 5 minutes walk and your at the castle. Spoke to the Warden as we parked up & they have no issues with parking overnight as long as you pay. I’ve added a photo of the new charges from April 2018.View all reviews by bmwbrat1
Definitely recommend, the noise from planes & trains didn’t stop us from having a goodnight sleep. Right next to Alexander Park & River Thames if you like a stroll.
Were nearly 9m long.
This is a Gem of a stopover
Previous reviews really helpful. Parked one night. No problems with wardens in morning. Bit noisy at night. People returning from pubs and clubs. Apart from that, great convenient spot.View all reviews by mimihulahula
having read the previous review I watched this morning with interest. It is free midnight to 9.00 am. At 8.30 the traffic wardens came in and noted the parking of the thirteen motorhomes. At 9.00 am they went to any of the occupants who were not correctly parked and asked them to move. Those correctly parked were ok. The ones not parked correctly and owners not found were booked. If you park over two spaces it is common sense that you pay two fees or move to one space. The TW were fair.View all reviews by PWT1
Ideally situated for a visit to Windsor and the Castle. Close to the River Thames and lovely walk into town. £1.50 overnight and £8 for the day. A bit of noise from boy racers in the night but no real bother. No problems parking which other people have mentioned. Fitted our 7m motorhome in single bay with back end overhanging the grass.View all reviews by syd388
don't bother if you want to spend some time in Windsor you may be able to stay overnight but not park up for day unless u pay coach fees £20 for four hours guy in box said I was fine until the next day after paying £9 up to 15 hours, then another warden said I was takin up 2 spaces therefore same as coach its just an overflow car park and was going to have the only other car in the park towed away he was going to fill it up with coaches, low and behold when we returned it was full of cars no coaches ?? he said they were trying to discourage mon=ho's from parking there wont be going back just lucky we did not get a ticket or towed away the first guy in the box was completely useless as we asked before we paid the first £9.View all reviews by blobby
Excellent stopover for all the visitor attractions in Windsor. Very close to river walk. Stayed two nights. Some noise from youths in vehicles at dusk. Some noise from adjacent railwayline and from overhead planes. However no noise overnight so we sleeped well. Windsor & Eton Central Railway station is a few minutes walk away. The train journey to Paddington is 40 mins so this could also be a good location to park for visting central London. Plenty of restaurants and bars nearby. The toilets at the other end of coach car park have an attendant on duty so I did not empty our cassette there.They close overnight.View all reviews by deed
Very good stop over for visiting Windsor, didn't arrive until after 7.00 pm and the car park was empty. Paid £1.50 for overnight and £8.00 for all day the next morning. Got my 7 mtr comfortably in one bay with the tail overhanging the grass. Great view of the castle from our window, easy walking distance, next to a betiful park on the edge of the Thames. Slightly noisy through night but tolerable. Great site for a one night visit to Windsor. Be prepared for the volume of people and traffic through the day, but what else could you expect.View all reviews by PWT1
Excellent place to stay for a couple of days and visit Windsor. We arrived mid afternoon on a Saturday and the car park was full, spoke to the attendant and he let us wait outside until there was room. I would advise getting there after 5 or maybe later to avoid this. Then walkable to the castle and the park etc. Easy to pay using app on phone - would do this again.View all reviews by pinchbeck
Used this as a stopover from the tunnel on the way to Bristol on a Sunday. Arrived just after 3pm, car park still very busy with tourists to the castle but managed to find a bay with a overhang. As signs indicate, no restriction on being there overnight, never saw any sort of attendant or warden anyway. Very close to the castle etc for sightseeing, lots of takeaways etc in easy walking distance. Very noisy, right on the flight path for Heathrow, train viaduct right next to and above the car park. But all in all a good stop over, there are some public toilets in the park adjacent open in the daytime.View all reviews by dartslf2000