If you’re looking for a guided and informative fishing excursion when visiting Woodstock be sure to check out Woodstock Fishing Guides. The Woodstock Inn and & Resorts expert Fly-Fishing Guides endorsed by Orvis can get you set up from A to Z. They will help you choose the correct rod, gather all necessary supplies, and finally teach you the art of Fly-fishing. All while surrounded by the beautiful Rivers and Lakes of the Upper Valley. Feel comfortable and safe with expert guides while getting out on the water and enjoying the outdoors.
Fly-Fishing Shop at the Activity Center
Vermont’s only Orvis Authorized Dealer! The Orvis fly-fishing shop at the Woodstock Inn & Resort offers its guests and local community access to some of the industry's finest fly-fishing products The Fly-Fishing Program and Shop are based out of the Activity Center, located behind the Inn at the intersection of Court and Cross Streets.
e-bike with Woodstock Wheels
Gain ground all over town with self-guided e-bike tours! Not sure where to start? No worries Woodstock Wheels has pre-mapped routes you can take from beginner level to expert.
Truly something for everyone and a great way to get out to see Woodstock and surrounding town's that make Vermont so special.
If you'd like to learn more about the vision and founder of Woodstock Wheels check out our Q&A with Luke Hanson here. This local Woodstock resident took his passion for biking and created one of Woodstocks new small businesses.
Woodstock has access to multiple hiking trails from the Appalachian Trail to our National Park Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller Park. Review your hiking options from flat to mountain submits:
- Mt. Peg Trail-multiple entryways, longer or short with a beautiful summit view.
- Ottauquechee River Trail-Flat trail along the river is great for less impact.
- Eshqua Bog Natural Area-a site when in bloom, leisurely and flat.
- The Appalachian Trail-back country trek for experienced hikers.
- Mt. Tom Trail-multiple entryways, steep in certain areas, and a beautiful village view at the summit.
- Aqueduct Trails (West Woodstock)-multiple connections through beautiful trains in West Woodstock.
- Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park (Woodstock Village)- Our National Park, with leisurely to intense trails and access to The Pouge.
For in-depth details and some trail maps check out more information here. Happy Hiking!
The WAMBA (Woodstock Area Mountain Bike Association), actively has volunteers expanding, maintaining, and improving trails in Woodstock. They have most recently expanded the Mt. Peg trail system but also work on the Adueduct Trails in West Woodstock and Suicide 6 Trails.
Mt Peg: Complete with a skills park at the base of Knox Meadow, the network of trails connects the summit of Mt. Peg directly to the Village of Woodstock. This newer trail system is a beautiful scenic addition to our town.
Aqueduct Trails: 13 miles of trails, a pump track for the younger bike enthusiasts, 600 feet of elevation, and plenty of parking.
Suicide 6: Flowly tracks, and downhill speed, the uphill routes range from easy ascents to challenging.
Kayaking, Paddle Board, or Fish on Silver Lake
Just 9 miles from Woodstock and a scenic drive to nearby Barnard, Vermont you can enjoy multiple outdoor activities at Silver Lake State Park. Bring your fishing pole, kayak, and family to the lake and enjoy the multiple amenities. There are pedal boats and row boats for rent at the park and an open sandy area for kids to play near the water. You can picnic and take part in your outdoor activities all in one place not far from beautiful Woodstock, Vermont.