View of the OCI sundeck from the back yard

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The Town of Woodstock is Within 10 Miles.

Located on U.S. Route 4, in the Green Mountains, with the Ottauquechee River running through the center of it, Woodstock includes Woodstock's middle bridge the villages of Woodstock, South Woodstock, and Taftsville. Woodstock is the Windsor County seat, has an area of 45 square miles, and a population of 3,232. The resulting population density is 73 people per square mile.

Be sure and follow the posted speed limits while in Woodstock. Speeding tickets are freely dispensed and they are expensive. Woodstock has a number of shops, galleries, restaurants, and boutiques. Some of them, and other attractions are listed below:

There are 3 gas stations in Woodstock. Woodstock was first settled in 1768, and served as the state capital for awhile before it was permanently moved to Montpelier in 1808.

Woodstock was called "One of America's most picturesque villages" by National Geographic Magazine.

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