Woodstock - New Hampshire

The town of Woodstock is a close neighbor to Lincoln and oftentimes the two towns’ names are used jointly (Lincoln/Woodstock, or LinWood) when talking about the area. Woodstock, however, is unique and for a small town has a lot to offer. Take a walk down Main Street and explore small shops and restaurants with lots of local flair and flavor. Enjoy a beer tasting or tour when visiting the Woodstock Inn Brewery for a good meal, or an overnight stay. The Western White Mountains Chamber of Commerce will help answer any questions you have about the area and you can pick up some brochures to take with you.

Lost River Gorge & Boulder Caves is a historic attraction with glacial caves and a stunning waterfall that is a great place for families to visit in the summer and fall. Discovered in the early 1800s, it is owned and protected by the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, and has been delighting generations since. North Woodstock’s Ice Castles is a “cool” spot to check out in the winter.  The castle is created with hand-placed icicles and includes a lighted forest walk and horse-drawn wagon rides. There are great private campgrounds and National Forest campgrounds to stay at when visiting Woodstock. In the summer months, be sure to bring your bathing suit and head to Cascade Park. Located behind Main Street, it is a tranquil place to relax on the rocks, take a dip in the Pemigewasset River, or enjoy a picnic lunch. Stay for some live music from local bands at the gazebo at Soldier’s Park, held on Saturday nights throughout the summer.