Historic Downtown Woodstock is full of shops, restaurants, the occasional art show, local
music and more. The town is very walkable and parking is pretty easy (metered, but they
accept credit cards). Electric Vehicle charging stations are located across the street at the East
End Park parking lot.
You will find everything from gourmet goodies, meats, syrups and cheeses to collectibles,
flannel, consignment, book and gift shops. Don’t forget to check out the covered bridge over
the Ottaquechee River, right in town, as well as stroll down the Village Green.
The Billings Farm and Museum is a great place for families, couples and groups. This rural
indoor/outdoor history museum is a must see and their activities change regularly.
A good place to visit to find out more about the
history of the area. The center can be found in town at 26 Elm Street Woodstock.
Sugarbush Farm is well known for its cheese and maple syrup. Mention that you are a guest
of The Village Inn of Woodstock for a 10% discount. Beautiful 7-minute drive to: 591
Sugarbush Farm Rd, Woodstock.
Suicide Six is a family friendly ski resort in Woodstock. Great for families with children,
beginners or even seasoned skiers and snowboarders. Trails range from bunny hills to double black
diamonds and even a terrain park for practicing your tricks!
The Village Green and the covered bridge are right inside the village of Woodstock (an easy
10 minute stroll from The Village Inn) and there is almost always something happening.
During the summer the Village Green hosts a weekly market on Wednesdays from 3:00-6:00
with local produce and products from the area.
Mount Tom is a great spot for a hike. Start from the parking lot at The Billings Farm.
Sleepy Hollow Farm is the most photographed farm in New England.
Mount Peg can be accessed straight from the inn. It’s a straight hike up and an easy down hill
The East End Park is just across the street from the inn and has a great swimming hole,
walking trail and lovely picnic tables right along the Ottaquechee river.
The Woodstock Inn is a great place to golf or to relax or go for treatments in their spa. They
also have two places to have dinner and drinks (see below) as well as being host to the largest
fireplace in New England.
The Activity Center behind the spa is open to all and they give advice about local activities including biking/hiking trails, weather conditions on trails, snowshoe, X-country, snowshoe or fat bike rentals, best seasonal fishing spots, etc.