Wil-Ros Meadows is a charming little neighborhood situated with cul-de-sacs around a primary central street. Homes are modest but attractive and sit on large grassy lots with plenty of tall trees. Yards are rarely fenced and the roads are not heavily trafficked, so while there is no sidewalk, you will feel comfortable walking your dog on a loose leash. For diversity from the neighborhood streets, you have lots of options. You can head east down a little dirt road that leads through forest and shrubland until it splits into an unnamed trail running north and south that borders forest and fields. This is not a park and some of these forests and fields are on private property, so be careful to stick to the trail or be sensitive about private property as you explore this area. Northwest of Wil-Ros Meadows, there is also a large undeveloped forest for you to explore.
Wil-Ros Meadows is located in a largely rural area with lots of undeveloped forest and crop fields. You must be careful if you are exploring an undeveloped area that you do not wander onto private property and make sure you keep in mind at all times that this forest is not a park that has been designated for your use. If, however, you keep these restrictions in mind, you will find miles of natural exploration around Wil-Ros Meadows.
To the east of the neighborhood, there are acres of forest and tree farms. Be aware that the tree farms are on private property so, to play it safe, you may want to stick to the dirt trails that cut through this area. These trails are a great place for you to wander along. Since they are not paved, traffic is extremely sparse and runs slowly. You can follow these dirt trails north or south for many miles.