Year Round Activities:
Woodstock 2014 Calendar of Events ( See Hours and Schedule here )
The Billings Farm & Museum
Step back into Vermont’s rural heritage and visit a working dairy farm, explore farm-life exhibits and tour the historic homestead to take you back to agricultural life in the 1890’s.
2014 Calendar of Events.
Vermont Cheese Tour
Visit area cheese companies on the Vermont Cheese Trail and see why people call our region the Napa Valley of Cheese.
Head to Taftsville and get in some climbing time at the Green Mountain Rock Climbing Center. Lessons and all necessary equipment are available.
VINS Nature Center
Visit the Vermont Institute of Natural Science and experience live bird shows and see over 20 species of hawks, eagles, falcons and owls.
Tour Local Breweries
Partake in the sampling of local brews by visiting the nearby Long Trail and Harpoon breweries.
King Arthur Flour
Visit America’s oldest flour company, founded in 1790 in Norwich, Vermont. Sample artisan bread, take a baking class, get great recipes and shop in the baker’s store.
Ice Skating at the Union Arena
Partake in public skating in Woodstock’s local indoor arena. Rink is open October thru March and late June through July. Skate rentals are available onsite.
Montshire Museum of Science
Explore hands-on activities for the whole family at this fantastic interactive natural science museum in Norwich, VT.
Great River Outfitters
This outdoor adventure outfitting company in Windsor, VT operates year-round and hosts everything from canoeing, kayaking, rafting, river tubing and camping, to dog sledding and snowshoeing.
Hood Museum of Art
Enjoy one of America’s oldest museums located at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire, offering over 65,000 works of art and artifacts with special exhibits and lectures throughout the year.
Great Shopping Starts in Our Gift Shop
Stop by and take a look at our great selection of local products and specialty items as well as great Woodstock Inn logo wear.
Art and Antiques
Woodstock boasts a multitude of antique stores and artist galleries with a great selection of works by local and New England artists and craftsman.
Visit the Workshops and Studios of Local Artisans
See glassblowing in action at Simon Pearce, visit the fine woodworking workshop of Thomas Shackleton and stop by the ceramic studio of Miranda Thomas.
Town Hall Theater
Enjoy a movie and maple popcorn at Woodstock’s historic Town Hall Theater.
Offering a comprehensive array of spa services, our 10,000-square-feet facility is pure bliss with 10 treatment rooms, steam rooms, outdoor whirlpool and a cedar sauna.
Get a game going on one of our two indoor courts or 10 outdoor hard and clay courts. Tennis clinics and private lessons are available with our tennis pro.
The Racquet and Fitness Club has everything you need to get in some court time and enjoy an invigorating workout.
The Woodstock Racquet & Fitness Club
Enjoy our weight and fitness center, indoor pool, sauna, steam room and whirlpool. A variety of fitness classes are also available.
Hit the wickets at the Racquet & Fitness Club’s outdoor croquet court.
Enjoy the many miles of hiking paths and carriage roads through the National Historic Park and the Town Forest. For those a bit more adventurous, head to the nearby Appalachian Trail for a day hike.
Cruise through the beautiful countryside on country lanes and local roads with bike rentals available in the Village or through our Guest Services Desk.
Take a dip all year round at our indoor pool. For fairer weather, head out to our onsite outdoor heated pool or cruise up to Silver Lake State Park.
Outfitters and state parks offer an array of kayaks, canoes and paddleboats to get you out on the many local lakes and rivers.
Take pleasure in one of the most romantic of sports on nearby rivers and streams.
Golf at The Woodstock Inn & Resort Golf Club
Enjoy our spectacular 18-hole golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. complete with driving range, putting greens, pro shop and The Fairway Grille.
Experience the rural tranquility of a carriage or wagon ride throughout the warmer months of the year at Kedron Valley Stables. Riding lessons on their indoor and outdoor riding arenas are available.
The Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historic Park
Learn about the history of our landscape in Vermont’s only National Park. Tour the historic mansion and view the Victorian architecture and the fabulous collection of Hudson River School paintings.
Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site
Visit the home, studio and grounds of America’s prominent 19th century sculptor in Cornish, NH.
Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site
Tour the historic homestead and historical Vermont hill town of Plymouth Notch. Visit the one-room schoolhouse, general store and see cheese making at Plymouth Artisan Cheese.
Downhill Skiing at Suicide Six
Family winter fun begins at Suicide Six. A mix of beginner, intermediate and advanced trails, there’s something for skiers of all types to enjoy.
Get outfitted in winter for fishing on local lakes and ponds.
Head to West Bridgewater and cruise through winter with Killington Snowmobile Tours on the many miles of state snowmobile trails and the slopes of Killington Mountain.
Cross-country Skiing and Snowshoeing
Enjoy our Nordic Center, which has over 30 kilometers of groomed trails for snowshoeing and classic cross-country and skate skiing. Equipment rental is available for all activities at the Nordic Shop.
Horse Drawn Sleigh Rides
Take a romantic ride around the woods and hills of South Woodstock. Kedron Valley Stables offers sleigh rides throughout the winter season along trails at the Green Mountain Horse Association.
Take a dog sledding tour through the fields of Windsor, Vermont and the Path of Life Garden with Great River Outfitters.