Woodstock, in the foothills of the Green Mountains, was settled in the 1760s. Restored eighteenth- and nineteenth-century homes grace the streets of this picture-book pretty Vermont town, complete with a village green and a covered bridge. Woodstock is also among Vermont’s most cosmopolitan towns, offering fine restaurants and lodging (the noted Woodstock Inn & Resort is here), along with up-market shops, boutiques, and art galleries.
But Woodstock isn’t just a town for well-heeled couples wanting city amenities in a country setting. Despite its upscale feel, or maybe because of it, families feel comfortable here. This eTrail is one complete vacation written with families in mind. It’s loaded with exciting things to do, family-friendly places to lodge and dine, recommended side trips, local sources of information, and detailed travel directions.
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