Woodstock, Vermont is the perfect setting for your New England retreat. Whether you’re an antique enthusiast or an outdoor adventurer, the town and surrounding areas offers a little something for everyone, including:
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Art Galleries: Check out the Gallery on the Green, or one of the many other galleries and artist cooperatives around town.
Live Performances: Catch a performance at one of Woodstock’s local theatres and playhouses.
Shopping: Woodstock offers a plethora of local shopping, so you can gear up with one-of-a-kind Woodstock wear.
Antiquing: They don’t make ‘em like this anymore. New England wouldn’t be so charming without its many roadside antique shops, so head on out for a day of treasure hunting in one of the many shops in and around the area.
Meandering: Center Street was voted one of America’s Best Main Streets, so even if you’re just taking a stroll, you’ll still experience one of New England’s most charming villages.
Hiking: Mount Tom, Long Trail, and the Appalachian Trail offer hiking trails with majestic views.
Balloon Rides: For an aerial view, sail over New England in a hot air balloon.
Fly Fishing: Take lessons or find a guide at River Excitement.
Golf: Try your hand at the Woodstock Country Club, the Quechee Club, or Green Mountain National for some of Vermont’s finest golfing.
Skiing and Snowshoeing: Come experience the snowy trails and slopes at one of the many winter destinations in Vermont, including Suicide Six, Killington, Okemo, Woodstock Nordic Center, and Quechee Cross Country.
Ice Skating: Lace up at the Union Arena.
Snowmobiling: Motor up with Vermont’s Snowmobile Tours.
Equestrian: Horseback riders and equestrian enthusiasts should check out the Green Mountain Horse Association.
Bike Tours: Enjoy Vermont on the seat of a bicycle with Discovery Bicycle Tours.