Woodstock, Vermont

Woodstock Outdoors

Woodstock Golf

From the Court to the Course

Swinging on the Tennis Courts or on the Golf Course is a fantastic way to get outside this summer! 


Our Woodstock Athletic Club has 10 outdoor tennis courts to play on! It's easy to book your court online for some doubles play or schedule a lesson with our professionals. 


The Woodstock Country Club's 18-hole Robert Trent Jones Sr. golf course winds along the Kedron Brook for scenic play with challenges around every bend. Refresh your drive with a lesson from our Golf Pro, Matt Closter, or spend the day playing with friends and enjoying beers at the Fairway Grill. 

Bike Trails

On the Trails

There are so many ways to escape to the trails in Woodstock! The pathways and mountain terrain range from casual to exhilarating. 


Explore local mountains or schedule a guided excursion to summit a larger peak! There are family-friendly hikes just steps away from the Inn up Mt. Peg & Mt. Tom that offer beautiful views of the Woodstock village. 

Mountain Biking

Pedal power for enduro-style rides on Mt. Peg trails and the flowy terrain at Saskadena Six! Catch some air and play on features in the Knox Meadow Skills Park. We offer bike rentals and trail recommendations for all levels.

Fly Fishing with Kids

In the Water

Find sunny days poolside, winding rivers, and ponds home to wildlife when you explore near Woodstock, Vermont! 


Our Orvis Endorsed guides offer lessons and trips regardless of your experience! Choose a specialized excursion or create your own fly-fishing trip. Instruction, all equipment necessary, local maps, and more are all provided alongside our Orvis Authorized Dealer shop. 


With the Ottauquechee running through the village, Woodstock always has a place to cool off on a hot day or sit and watch the river flow by. On property, we offer outdoor swimming in our saltwater pool, located beside the Spa for a quick dip or a cocktail poolside. 

Garden Walks

Casual Strolling & Cruising

Slow down and take in all the beauty that surrounds Woodstock, Vermont during your vacation. 

Complimentary Cruiser Bikes

Take a spin on the classic bikes through town and on scenic back roads for a casual tour. 

Village & National Park Walking Paths

Easy to navigate paved paths, sidewalks to local landmarks, and nature trails with boardwalks all invite you to get outside and explore the town and Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park.

Garden Strolls

Enjoy the sights, sounds, smells, and tastes of our 4-acre organic Kelly Way Gardens and Garden Displays. Mosey through the paths of fragrant flowers and fresh produce or explore the Sunflower House at Billings Farm.  


Small Town Nightlife

Quiet evenings in Woodstock will be the highlight of your vacation. 

S'mores Making

Come together for family time on the south garden to toast your own dessert at our outdoor firepit! S'mores kits are available at the concierge desk.

Eating & Drinking

Enjoy garden-to-fork dining and crafted cocktails under the stars on a warm Vermont evening. Dine outside on the porches at our restaurants, reserve your spot at our specialty Red Barn Dinner series, and taste new sips at our evening events. 

More Ways to Get Outside!


Take flight with New England Falconry and the amazing birds of prey! This activity is a hands-on experience that is sure to create meaningful memories.


Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr., the Woodstock Country Club is a challenging, 18-hole masterpiece surrounded by unspoiled Vermont hills and just steps from the Woodstock Inn.


One of New England's best racquet facilities, our Athletic Club boasts 12 world-class indoor and outdoor tennis courts. Book a court time or join in one of the Tennis and Pickleball classes!


With wonderful boutiques and locally-owned galleries ranging from home furnishing stores, to clothing, to art, the Woodstock area offers a great artisan shopping experience.


Discover more than 60 miles of interconnected trails and pathways that wind through the Woodstock Village, nearby meadows and woodlands, scenic vistas, and rural countrysides.