The town of Woodstock is a beautiful historic area in the Green Mountains of Windsor County, easily accessible from the interstates. It is a destination boasting the only national park in Vermont, three covered bridges and agricultural landscapes.
Lodging establishments offer your choice of the historic Woodstock Inn located on the Village Green, any number of charming B & B's or our independently-owned motels. Pet friendly accommodations, two state parks with camping facilities and vacation home rentals are also available.
Whether you are looking for casual, upscale or farm to table, Woodstock, VT has offerings for everyone. Outside dining, cafe's, lattes, Vermont microbrews and locally distilled spirits; the restaurants and eateries in Woodstock and our surrounding towns offer something for the whole family to enjoy!
The Woodstock, Vermont area has extraordinary wedding venues including the top of Mount Tom, Billings Farm and Museum, the Sugarbush Farm Wedding Chapel and the elegant Woodstock Inn to Silver Lake State Park in Barnard or the historic Barnard Inn.
The Woodstock Vt. Shopping district is comprised of small, locally-owned independent retail stores, with Vermont's oldest Bookshop, established in 1935 or a shop that carries Ibex, Patagonia and Barbour, not to mention bicycles, Birkenstock, Frye and Horney Toad. We have it all. Visit a working General Store established in 1886! Art Galleries, home decor, fine Jewelry and a pharmacy. A pleasant-walkable down town! Close by there are well known artisans like Simon Pearce, Shackleton Thomas and Farmhouse Pottery.
Throughout each of our New England seasons, choose hiking, biking, golfing and Alpine and cross-country skiing, to enjoying our famous annual Wassail Weekend! The Woodstock Area Chamber of Commerce represents more than two hundred and forty businesses of varying sizes from every industry and profession in our region.
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