To the west of Lake Windsor, West Lancashire Boulevard winds its way down from Bella Vista Way down towards the west until it becomes Highlands Boulevard. Lancashire is a larger road which passes Tanyard Creek and a number of residential neighborhoods, ending in a small commercial area with a number of general stores and other small businesses. The area it encompasses is mostly suburban with some small town aspects, providing a paved roadway, though, for anyone who may wish to traverse it, there are little to no sidewalks available. Walkers should be wary of traffic coming and going, especially in the winter when visibility may be limited due to snow. For locals looking for a mix of both natural and suburban appeal, Lancashire and the surrounding areas offer a great mix of both, even if the walk may require a bit of caution along the way.
Because it spans such a long distance between its beginning and end, Lancashire ventures both up and downhill along its length. There are also quite a few blind curves in the roadway that walkers should watch out for, as drivers may not be able to see pedestrians clearly when navigating these spans of the road. Wearing good walking shoes is important for this sort of terrain, as the road is lengthy and spans about four and a half miles. There are plenty of shops and businesses along the way, which generally have parking lots that can offer a bit of reprieve from the ups and downs of the hills or the busy traffic that comes and goes on a usual business day. Walkers should plan out their routes if they plan on walking along Lancashire, as it can be a demanding road to walk.