When you visit Woodstock, you’ll uncover a place that’s brimming with rural heritage and tranquil beauty that flows through a small-town community. Local farmers, artists, craftspeople, and purveyors capture the spirit of Woodstock’s village, inspiring visitors to discover the creative treasures that lay waiting.
Woodstock, Vermont is a year-round destination located on the banks of the Ottauquechee River and at the Crossroad of the Vermont Scenic Byway. Tucked in the Green Mountains of Windsor County, Woodstock is home to the only national park in Vermont and three historic covered bridges where you can enjoy some of the most colorful seasons and activities in New England.
From the Blog The perfect weekend in Woodstock: Spring edition
Early spring is a quiet time in Vermont. As winter releases its icy grip, the land softens with snowmelt and mud season begins. But for those eager to ski in the sunshine, sample the best of sugaring season, snag a steal on accommodations, avoid crowds, and see the trees and earth erupt with new, colorful life – spring is the gift that keeps on giving.