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  The Lincoln Inn & Restaurant at the Covered Bridge 2709 West Woodstock Rd - Woodstock 
The Lincoln Inn & Restaurant at the Covered Bridge
Contact Us 802-457-7052 More Info



  Woodstock Inn Suicide Six Ski Area Stage Road - Pomfret 
Woodstock Inn Suicide Six Ski Area Skiers and riders enjoy the terrain at Suicide Six as well as the slopeside fireplace and cozy base lodge. Perfect for families, this is near the first ski tow in the United States where Bunny Bertram, who started Suicide Six, began skiing.
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM (800) 448-7900
Contact Us (802) 457-6661 Fax (802) 457-6699 More Info



  Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park 54 Elm Street - Woodstock 
Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park Vermont's first National Park interprets the history of conservation and the evolving nature of land stewardship with tours of the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller mansion and the surrounding 550 acre forest. 20 miles of carriage roads (no driving) and trails for hiking. Guided tours of mansion & gardens.
Contact Us (802) 457-3368 x22 Fax (802) 457-3405 More Info



  Kedron Valley Inn 4778 South Road - South Woodstock 
Kedron Valley Inn The Kedron Valley Inn, nestled on 12 acres and right at the center of the charming hamlet of South Woodstock offers on-site swimming in the famous two acre, crystal clear swimming lake with large beach.
9 AM to dusk (800) 836-1193
Contact Us (802) 457-1473 More Info



  Woodstock Recreation Center, Inc. 54 River Street - Woodstock 
Woodstock Recreation Center, Inc. Woodstock Recreation Center provides recreational and leisure services for the greater Woodstock community. It annually serves approximately 1600 youth and adults in recreational programming including team sports and camps. The Rec Center has a 1400 sq ft state of the art fitness center.
6am to 8pm Monday-Friday 8am to 2pm on Saturday 9am to 1pm on Sunday
Contact Us (802) 457-1502 Fax (802) 457-3813 More Info



  Vermont Wood Manufacturers Association 110 Merchants Row, Suite 101 - Rutland 
Vermont Wood Manufacturers Association
Contact Us 802-747-7900 Fax 802-747-7989 More Info



  The Quechee Club 3268 Quechee Main Street - Quechee 
The Quechee Club Set amid the rivers, trees and mountains of Vermont, are Lakeland and Highland, The Quechee Club's two 18 hole golf courses. Each course exceeds 6,000 yards and is rated a par 72.
Vermont's Premier Four-Season Club
Contact Us (802) 295-9356 Fax (802) 295-1527 More Info



  Pentangle Arts Council/Town Hall Theatre 31 The Green - Woodstock 
Pentangle Arts Council/Town Hall Theatre Pentangle Arts Council presents a full schedule of Music, Drama, Dance and Movies at the historic Town Hall Theatre. Free noon concerts in the summertime and a school arts in education program. Dedicated to keeping the arts alive in the community!
Contact Us (802) 457-3981 Fax (802) 457-4972 More Info



  Bartlett Forestry & Wildlife, LLC.. 260 Greengate Rd - Woodstock 
Bartlett Forestry & Wildlife, LLC.. Guided full/half day hikes offered by professional Forester and Wildlife Consultant Patrick Bartlett of Woodstock. Learn animal tracks, trees, shrubs and edible plants of Vermont. Scenic views on trails of all experience levels. Email for prices and dates. Fun & education for the kids and adults.
8am- 5pm
Contact Us (802) 291-0179 More Info



  Old Windsor Constitution House 16 North Main Street - Windsor 
Old Windsor Constitution House This restored tavern is where, in 1777, Vermont was born. The Constitution was the first to prohibit slavery, not requiring property ownership to vote, and to establish public schools. An exhibit examines the Revolutionary War Period, the writing of Vermont’s Constitution and its signifigance today.
Open late-May-mid-October, Wed.-Sun. 11 AM to 5:30 PM.
Contact Us (802) 672-3773 Fax (802) 672-3777 More Info


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