Park spaces in the neighbourhood don’t have official names. A park off Whitelaw Drive NW in the northern section of the neighbourhood wraps around a small lake and offers a walking trail, landscaped areas, seating areas, and greenspace. In the centre of the neighbourhood is another park, located off Washburn Drive SW, which features three small ponds, walking paths, landscaped areas, and greenspace. Also in the central section and located off Windermere Way SW is a park with multiple small ponds, landscaped areas, greenspace, and walking paths. In the southern section of the neighbourhood, a park off 171st Street SW has a small lake, walking paths, benches, greenspace, landscaped areas, forested areas, and a playground. Other park space can be found outside of the neighbourhood’s schools.
There are no community centres, recreation facilities, or public libraries in the neighbourhood, so residents must travel to nearby neighbourhoods to access these amenities. The Twin Brooks Community League, located east of Windermere, has a community hall and a rink. Sports programs available through the league include soccer, hockey, basketball, and ice skating. Programs held at the hall include dancing, Zumba, yoga, crafts, fitness, art, music, seniors’, and children’s. Located northeast of Windermere is the Terwillegar Community Recreation Centre, which features an aquatic centre, a fitness centre with indoor track, an arena, a children’s area, and commercial space. The centre offers drop-in and registered programs such as swimming, hockey, badminton, basketball, fitness, dance, kickboxing, martial arts, music, pickleball, pilates, table tennis, Zumba, and yoga. The Riverbend branch of the Edmonton Public Library, which offers a variety of community programming for people of all ages, can be found northeast of the Windermere neighbourhood.