The most useful site to use as a one stop location is www.woodstockvt.com. At this village site you can find everything listed from lodging/resturants to village activites/weather. The information is frequently updated. The Woodstock Area Chamber of Commerce also operates a Welcome Center open 9-5, seven days a week. It is staff with knowledgeable locals, ofers comfort stations and has travel information  and maps from around Woodstock and Vermont.The Chamber can be reached at 888-496-6378.

If you are in the village free WI-FI is available at www.wirelsswoodstock.org. If you are actiually in the village and not with a wi-fi computer, then the village green has a manned tourist booth (June-October) where you can get personal information on everything locally. The people manning it are all local citizens who have an amazing knowledge of the area, what to see, where to stay etc and they will make phone calls and check availability for you. Thier direct phone number is 802- 457-1042 when open.

Woodstock is the home to the only National Park in Vermont. The Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park, www.nps.gov/mabi was the home to pioneer conservationst George Perkins Marsh. The park includes a model forest developed by Frederick Billings and continued by grandaughter Mary French Rockefeller and her husband Laurance S. Rockefeller. The Carriage Barn Visitor Center is open from Memorial Day through October. Tours of the mansion, forrest and gardens are offered. 1-802-457-3368.

The village has many weekend events at various locations. A few favourites are Billings Farm www.billingsfarm.org. The Shackelton-Tomas furniture/pottery located just outside the town in a wonderful old mill in West Bridgewater www.schackletontomas.com. Sugarbush Farm is a working farm producing cheese and maple syrup located in a beautiful rural setting. www.sugarbushfarm.com.