Woodstock, VT


Woodstock: The AT crosses Vermont Rte. 12 in the far northwestern corner of Woodstock, and this town also is a major gateway for many of the AT’s connections in this region. While the towns east of here, such as Lebanon and Hanover in New Hampshire, have more services, Woodstock still has plenty. We’ve counted twenty inns and four motels as well as twenty-one food establishments. Woodstock also has three veterinarians.

Woodstock is picturesque, and it certainly caters to tourists. However, as tourist attractions go, this is one with a practical side. While the downtown has its share of tourist-related businesses, it also has businesses such as banks, dentist offices and hardware stores. You’ll find three bookstores and a couple of bike shops in Woodstock as well.

Did you know? Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park, opened in 1998, is the only national park to tell the story of conservation history and the evolving nature of land stewardship in America.

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Woodstock Food & Dining

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