Woodstock, Vermont- the “prettiest small-town in America“
Make the time to visit Woodstock, Vermont — a year round destination located on the banks of the Ottauquechee River and the Crossroad of Vermont Scenic Byway.
The town of Woodstock is a beautiful historic area in the Green Mountains of Windsor County and is easily accessible from the interstates. It is a destination boasting the only national park in Vermont, three covered bridges, fabulous restaurants, charming boutiques and shops, agricultural landscapes and numerous lodging establishments.
Woodstock offers you the opportunity to just relax and unwind. Download the Windows on Woodstock Visitors Guide.
There are so many things throughout each of our New England seasons from hiking, biking, golfing, and so much more! Visit the Woodstock Chamber of Commerce to plan your trip!
History of Woodstock
Woodstock was the terminus of the Woodstock Railway,1877-1933, which connected the town to the Central Vermont Railroad in White River Junction. Travelers coming to Woodstock via the railway established the town’s reputation as a tourist destination, still prevalent today. It has been called the “prettiest small-town in America” by a national publication. Woodstock is famous for the architecture of its houses and churches. It is the site of the first ski-tow in the United States, 1934; home to the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park, the only National Park in Vermont and remains the only town in America with 5 church bells cast by Paul Revere & Co.