Located on the banks of the Ottauquechee River and the Crossroad of Vermont Scenic Byway, Woodstock is a year round destination. The town of Woodstock is easily accessible from the interstatesand it is an enchanting historic place in the Green Mountains of Windsor County. It boats ofthree covered bridges, the only national park in Vermont, fabulous restaurants, agricultural landscapes,attractive boutiques and shops, and numerous lodging establishments.
While being a fully established and well-planned city, Woodstock offers you the opportunity to just relax and unwind. It is a place for the people who do not want to be completely secluded and yet wish to feel calm, beauty and peace.
There are so many activities that people with adventurous spirit can enjoy here frombiking, golfing, hiking, Alpine and cross-country skiing to enjoying the famous annual Wassail Weekend! Do not mistake the place to be just a vacation destination as the Woodstock Area Chamber of Commerce represents more than two hundred and forty businesses of different sizes from every industry and profession in the region.
Visit the beautifully established Woodstock Vt and have a relaxed stay in one of the many housing establishments in the city. Whether you prefer to stay in the historic Woodstock Inn located on the Village Green, charming B & B’s or the independently-owned motels in the city; Woodstockhas a room that can fit every budget. Pet friendly accommodations are also available along with two state parks with camping facilities. Besides, there are vacation home rentals also.
Distance:Two hours, 30 minutes by car
Attractions:Billings Farm and Museum, Marsh – Billings – Rockefeller National Historical Park, Sugarbush Farm, Ottaquechee River, Woodstock Town Crier, Taftsville Covered Bridge
Activities:biking, golfing, hiking, Alpine and cross-country skiing
Markets:Patagonia and Barbour, Andrew Pearce Bowl, Allen Pools & Spas
Restaurants:The Woodstock Inn & Resort Country Club, Dana’s by the Gorge, Bentleys restaurant.
Hotels: Fan House, Leave No Trace LLC, Maple leaf Inn, Blackmer Cabin, Ardmore Inn.
Whether you are looking for casual, classy or farm to table dinning, Woodstock hassomething for everyone. The restaurants and eateries in Woodstock and its surrounding towns offer wide variety of meals for the whole family to enjoy! From outside dining, cafe’s, lattes and Vermont microbrews to locally distilled spirits.
For those who love to shop and take back home memories there are small, locally-owned independent retail stores.Whether it is the town’s oldest Bookshop, started in 1935 or a shop that features Patagonia,Ibex, and Barbour including bicycles, Frye,Birkenstock, and Horney Toad, Woodstock has it all. You can also spot a working General Store opened in 1886 which offers fine wines, kitchen supplies,imported coffee, and hardware-all under one roof! Other kinds of shops include art Galleries, home decor, fine Jewelry and a pharmacy. Woodstock offers all this in a pleasant-walkable down town! There are some of the well-known artisans close by likeShakelton Thomas, Simon Pearce, and Farmhouse Pottery.
Take a weekend trip to the city and immerse yourself in the colors of Vermont.