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Sugarbush Farm , Woodstock
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In northern New England, visit Sugarbush Farm for an opportunity to learn about the production of local favorites like maple syrup and waxed
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Mount Tom , Woodstock
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Mount Tom is a small peak, standing at 1357 feet, located in the town of Woodstock, Vermont. It is a part of the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller N
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Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park is a United States National Historical Park in Woodstock, Vermont. The park preserves the
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Looking for a relaxing and healing retreat while becoming certified in a amazing healing practice? Look no further. You found your calling (okay I know cheesy) but we have snacks, a campfire, and an amazing opportunity to learn a ancient and beautiful healing practice. Come join a fun-filled trip with hiking along a beautiful gorge river, trails, trees, campfires while learning the beautiful practice of reiki.
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Killington Resort , Killington
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Killington Resort features a 9 km (6.2 mi) continuous run, a 957 m (3,050 ft) vertical drop (the largest in New England), and numerous bars,
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Woodstock

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Woodstock is the shire town of Windsor County, Vermont, United States. As of the 2010 census, the town population was 3,048. It includes the villages of South Woodstock, Taftsville, and Woodstock.HistoryChartered by New Hampshire Governor Benning Wentworth on July 10, 1761, the town was a New Hampshire grant to David Page and 61 others. It was named after Woodstock in Oxfordshire, England, as a homage to both Blenheim Palace and its owner, George Spencer, 4th Duke of Marlborough. The town was first settled in 1768 by James Sanderson and his family. In 1776, Major Joab Hoisington built a gristmill, followed by a sawmill, on the south branch of the Ottauquechee River. The town was incorporated in 1837.Although the Revolution slowed settlement, Woodstock developed rapidly once the war ended in 1783. The Vermont General Assembly met here in 1807 before moving the next year to the new capital at Montpelier. Waterfalls in the Ottauquechee River provided water power to operate mills. Factories made scythes and axes, carding machines, and woolens. There was a machine shop and gunsmith shop. Manufacturers also produced furniture, wooden wares, window sashes and blinds. Carriages, horse harnesses, saddles, luggage trunks and leather goods were also manufactured. By 1859, the population was 3,041. The Woodstock Railroad opened to White River Junction on September 29, 1875, carrying freight and tourists. The Woodstock Inn opened in 1892. Add Woodstock and other destinations to your itinerary using our United States trip itinerary planner, and learn about what to see, what to do, and where to stay.

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