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Welcome to Woodstock!

Some hometown tips to take your Dooryard to the next level

Woodstock is located 100km north of Fredericton, at the junction of the Transcanada Highway and the US border at Route 95 / Houlton, Maine.

We have a beautiful waterfront with a small public wharf to dock your boat, or put your kayak or canoe in the water. The old Transcanada Highway, now Route 165, is a quietly magnificent road for cycling.

We have a variety of hotels and campgrounds to suit every taste. For a list of local accomodations, click here. For a great cultural guide to get you off the beaten path, check out

Other beloved summer spots include the Dari-Delite, Connell Park and the Ayr Motor Centre, the Hon. Charles Connell House, the Creek Village Gallery and Cafe, homemade brown bread (the New Brunswick kind!) at Walter's Table, Korean sushi and noodles @ NBSushi, the outdoor patio at the River Restaurant, and the waterslides at Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park.


Walkers and hikers will appreciate the Maliseet Trail and cross-Canada Great Trail, The Meduxnekeag Nature Preserve contains a variety of walking trails through some of the world's last remaining Appalachian Hardwood Forest.

We live life by the river here - upriver is the world's longest covered bridge in Hartland, the Moonshine Creek Distillery and Covered Bridge Potato Chips in Waterville, and the Second Wind Music Centre in Florenceville-Bristol.

Downriver is the Shogomoc River Pedestrian Bridge and the Big Axe Brewery in Nackawic, not far from the world's largest axe.

To get a handle on the local lingo, pop over to

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