Spend a fall weekend in
Woodstock is full of colonial character. It's surrounded by covered bridges, pastoral farms, and rugged mountains, making it the perfect weekend retreat from a busy world.
Billings farm and Museum
Farm life exhibits are spread out across four historic barns and include farm animals and displays featuring farm life 100 years ago.
Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historic park
The national park service calls this unique park, “the only national park to tell the story of conservation history and the evolving nature of land stewardship in America.”
There are many covered bridges near Woodstock!
- Middle Covered Bridge
- Taftsville Covered Bridge
- Quechee Covered Bridge
- Lincoln Covered Bridge
- Willard Covered Bridges
The views of Woodstock are fabulous from the top of Mount Peg, especially for such a short climb!
Looking for any excuse to sample some incredible Vermont cheeses? Try Sugarbush Farm in Woodstock!
Quechee, Vermont is Woodstock's neighbor, but it's got its own special character and beautiful scenery everywhere you look!
There are many reasons to visit VINS in Quechee, Vermont, but the coolest new feature is a forest canopy walk that lets you stroll through the treetops.
Visit the Simon Pearce flagship store and glass-blowing demonstration facility, showroom, and restaurant while you're here!
Quechee Gorge is known as “Vermont’s little Grand Canyon” and at 165 feet, is the deepest gorge in Vermont. Be sure to hike the 2.7-mile Quechee Gorge Trail.
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