"The good people of Woodstock have less incentive than others to yearn for heaven.” US Senator, Jacob Collamer
Woodstock is known for the natural beauty of the Ottauquechee River Valley and surrounding hills as well as historic architecture in the bustling, picturesque village. Woodstock has a long tradition of outdoor recreation and land conservation. The first ski tow in America was built here in 1934. Vermont's only National Park is in Woodstock, honoring George Perkins Marsh, the father of the American conservation movement. The network of hiking and cycling trails beckon the adventurous and those who call Woodstock home for a day, a season or a lifetime.
The famous rock concert in 1969 was in Woodstock, New York. Sorry, not us.
Woodstock, Vermont is repeatedly listed among the prettiest small towns in America, the quintessential New England Village.
GET OUT, GET UP
The Elevation Challenge is a collection of 7 day hikes in and around Woodstock that are perfect for the whole family.