Woodstock VT and Quechee
Woodstock VT is the Green Mountain State at its most appealing. Described as "The Prettiest Small Town in America" by Ladies Home Journal magazine, Woodstock represents the quintessential Vermont experience. Visitors delight in the bustling downtown area with its intimate cafes, hidden side streets, and the lush rolling countryside and farmland that surround it. Historic inns and hotels in Woodstock VT, restaurants and art galleries offer wonderful reasons to stay! Just down the road is Quechee Village with its awesome natural attraction, traditional charm, accommodations and dining.
In 2010, Yankee Magazine, listed several Vermont towns in their slideshow of "Top 25 Foliage Towns in New England," including Woodstock, Vermont!
Woodstock/Quechee hospitality: Rustic and refined
From quaint cottages, to your choice of elegant inn, expansive hotel or quaint bed and breakfast in Woodstock VT, hospitality is unforgettable. Enjoy one of Vermont's most aesthetically pleasing regions for everything from arts and culture, to unique and fun Vermont events from the comfort of your Woodstock VT lodging.
Enjoying Woodstock Vermont
Popular Vermont attractions in Woodstock VT include a breathtaking landscape. The autumn leaves create a Vermont fall foliage display that is unparalleled elsewhere in New England. Mountains in Quechee provide visitors with fabulous terrain for both skiing and winter attractions. Cross country skiing in Woodstock Vermont is memorable, along with hiking and camping in the summer. The nearby Quechee Gorge is a breathtaking geographic phenomenon that no one should miss. It may be the area's most famous attraction and is sure not to disappoint. Browse Woodstock VT art galleries, shopping, fairs and events. Nearby Fairlee offers fine dining options, year round activities to suit your sense of adventure, and a children's program that provides kids with amusement and adults with some precious time alone. This is the perfect region to relax and enjoy the tranquil surroundings that Vermont features.
Woodstock Weddings & Conferences
Whether it is a romantic wedding in Woodstock or other functions for family and friends, a business-related conference in Vermont for associates or networking, there are more than sufficient establishments to satisfy your needs. With exceptional catering and beautiful surroundings, these function halls and convention centers are useful, fun and charming.
Woodstock Real Estate
Real estate in Woodstock offers a unique blend of architecture; including Georgian, Greek revival and Federal Style. The town is both friendly and stylish, and the Ottauquechee River flows through the town at an untroubled pace. Check Quechee listings for fabulous mountainside and lakeside property.
Woodstock & Queechee VT: The Perfect Blend
Woodstock VT and neighboring Quechee form the perfect blend of Vermont's fantastic attributes. Here you will find warm people, breathtaking mountains, rivers, lakes and gorges. A number of resorts and hotels in Woodstock are near golfing, snowboarding, and skiing in Vermont. We invite you to come and enjoy the old-town charm of these villages in the Green Mountain State.
Quick Facts About Woodstock
Latitude / Longitude: 43.62 N / 72.52 W
Zip Code(s): 05091
Population (2010): 900
Elevation: 705 feet | Land Area: 1.03 miles
Town Clerk: 802-457-3611
Nearest Hospitals: Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (22 miles E), Veterans Affairs medical Center (14 miles E)
Nearest Airports: Rutland Southern Vermont Regional Airport (41 miles SW), Lebanon Municipal Airport (16 miles E)
Nearest Amtrak: White River Junction (15 miles E)
|Nearest Colleges/Universities: Dartmouth College (13 miles E), Norwich University (37 miles NW), Green Mountain College (22 miles W), Vermont Law School (26 miles N)||Birthplace of: Franklin S. Billings Jr. (born 1922), judge; Keegan Bradley (born 1986), PGA Tour golfer|
|Tourist Attractions: Billings Farm & Museum, Woodstock Historical Society, Bike Vermont, Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park,|
Nearby Cities and Towns:
Region 8: Eastern Vermont Gateway | Pomfret (2.3 miles N) | Taftsville (3.4 miles W) | Quechee (9.7 miles W) | Hartford (2.8 miles NE) | White River Junction (3.2 miles E) | Hartland (2.4 miles SE) | West Windsor (3.1 miles SE) | Reading (3.1 miles SW) | Bridgewater (2.8 miles W)
Vermont Events in October
Ranger-guided Mansion Tours 5/24/14 - 10/31/14
Ranger-led one-hour tours of the historic mansion, connecting with the story of the early development of environmental conservation in the USA. Numbers limited, please call for reservation. See website for many other special programs (many of them free). There is no charge for admission to the 555-acre National Park with its 20+ miles of hiking trails, open 365 days a year. Park at Billings Farm and Museum.
Conservation Through the Artist's Eye 10/25/14 - 10/25/14
American landscape paintings have inspired conservationists for over 100 years. See paintings by Hudson River School artists on this 1½- hour Mansion tour and discover how landscape painting profoundly influenced the development of a conservation ethic. Reservations required. http://www.nps.gov/history/museum/exhibits/mabi/ Park at the Billings Farm and Museum. Meet at Carriage Barn Visitor Center.
Spitituality and the Environment 10/26/14 - 10/26/14
This 1½-hour walking tour will explore ways faith has informed stewardship practice and the appreciation of nature. The tour includes a closer look at the original Hudson River School paintings inside the Mansion. Reservations required. http://www.nps.gov/history/museum/exhibits/mabi/ Park at the Billings Farm and Museum. Meet at Carriage Barn Visitor Center.
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