A famous New England
village, Woodstock was described by the Ladies Home Journal
as The Prettiest Small Town in America
. Woodstock is located on Route 4, approximately 10 miles west of I-89
Woodstock owes much of its cultural to the careful stewardship of the Rockefeller family, who have made Woodstock their home away from home.
Located in Woodstock:
- Billings Farm & Museum
- A museum of Vermont rural life, as well as one of the oldest working dairy farms in America.
- Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historic Park
- Vermont's first national park
- VINS raptor center
- An education center with eagles, hawks, and nature trails.
Woodstock has its own full-time, 24x7 police, who will ticket drivers exceeding 32 mph in the 25 mph speed zone. Be warned. Woodstock has also been noted for its aggressive enforcement of commercial vehicle enforcement, with features on NBC Nightly News.