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From The Blog Resilience in Woodstock, Vermont

The Summer & Fall season is a wonderful time to visit. Join Us!

As many are aware, our state experienced a severe weather event on July 10th. Some communities faced significant flooding, and our thoughts go out to those impacted. Fortunately, Woodstock remains active, and just as beautiful as ever. Our Village did not sustain damage, and local boutiques, restaurants, and Inns still look forward to welcoming you this August and Fall!

Explore the very best that Vermont has to offer – from thrilling mountain biking and hiking trails to leisurely rounds of golf at the world-renown Woodstock Inn & Resort. Activities are truly endless, with leisurely strolls through the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park, or a visit to Billings Farm & Museum where history and nature intertwine in an unforgettable family experience.

In these challenging times, your visit and support mean a great deal to Vermont's recovery. By exploring and enjoying our small shops, restaurants, recreational, and cultural attractions, you'll be contributing to our State’s collective journey of recovery.

We can’t wait to welcome you soon to Woodstock, Vermont!

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Vermont’s Resilience Shines Through

If you have current plans to visit Vermont, please note that major routes are opened throughout the state, Amtrak service has been restored and the Burlington International Airport is fully open. Please continue to refer to the 511 map for the most up-to-date road conditions in areas that were more heavily impacted. 

For general travel and weather information, please use this list:

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The following resources can help you confirm your travel plans:

  • Visit the Vermont State Parks website for up-to-date information and specific details. 
  • The State of Vermont rail trail systems remain open among other paths and trails throughout the state.
  • Many of Vermont’s ski resorts are open, but some have limited operations. Ski Vermont has more details on the latest services available. 
  • As always in Vermont, conditions on hiking and mountain biking trails are actively changing as rain comes and goes. Please check online resources before you visit and use caution while on the trail; please do not recreate on a closed trail. Trail Finder has trail status information for hiking and multi-use trails. The Vermont Mountain Bike Association has a Trail Conditions page for mountain bike chapters across the state and the Green Mountain Club Trail Conditions page includes updates for the Long Trail system.  
  • Boating and swimming in areas that have been impacted by the storm should be avoided until water returns to normal levels.