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Woodstock was chartered in 1761, and within five years it had been designated the shire town (county seat) of Windsor County—one reason it's so beautiful today.

 

 

Woodstock, 140 miles (225 km) northwest of Boston and 14 miles (23 km) west of White River Junction, is particularly well situated, in a beautiful valley of the Ottauquechee River with forested mountains all around and a historic Green at its center.

As the shire town (county seat) of Windham County, Woodstock, on a river that could power 19th-century small industry, Woodstock prospered.

With the arrival of the railroad and tourism later in the 1800s, Woodstock found its future. Soon wealthy vacationers were coming here. They still do, and they have made enlightened efforts to preserve the town's history and beauty for all visitors.

Center of Woodstock, Vermont
Main crossroads at the center of Woodstock...

Start planning your visit with a look at the lodging possibilities: Woodstock's hotels, motels, inns & B&Bs. Then continue with a walking tour and a list of other things to see and do in and around the town.

In winter, skiers can put up in the town while they spend the day on the slopes of the small Suicide Six Ski Area or at Killington Ski Resort, New England's largest, just 20 miles (32 km) to the west of Woodstock. More...

—by Tom Brosnahan


What to See & Do

Woodstock Hotels & Inns

Transportation

Tourist Information

White River Junction

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Killington

Rutland

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Central Vermont

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Woodstock, Vermont

The Green, historic marker and, in the distance, the Woodstock Inn & Resort.

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