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Far from the crowds and the bustle of the big city, charming Woodstock is a delightful small town escape. But don't let its compact size fool you! From skiing and hiking to autumn beer festivals, a stay in one of our Woodstock vacation homes is the gateway to a world of outdoor beauty and fun.

Where is Woodstock, ME?

Woodstock lies in the forests of western Maine, on the outskirts of the White Mountain National Forest. Located about 50 miles west of the capital city of Augusta, Woodstock is a genuine New England retreat, tucked away in a serene wilderness of hills, lakes, and evergreens. (Note that this is not the Woodstock of Jimi Hendrix, Grateful Dead, and Crosby, Stills, & Nash fame - that Woodstock is in New York.)

Things to Do in Woodstock, ME

Woodstock is best known for its proximity to Sunday River, one of Maine's largest and most popular outdoor resorts. With over 90% of its 870-acre terrain covered by man-made snow, Sunday River is a skier's paradise and boasts the second-highest vertical drop in Maine. And with eight different mountain peaks to choose from, you'll find plenty to get your blood pumping, whether you're an expert or beginner.

Winter is not the only season worth visiting one of our Woodstock rentals, though. From the Maine Brew Fest in the fall to zip lining in the summer - not to mention a climbing wall, disc golf, and a beautiful 18-hole golf course - the resort offers an incredible array of activities, all the while surrounded by the dramatic landscape of New England. You'll also be just a few miles from the sleepy town of Bethel, where you'll find exquisite hiking, birdwatching, and summer concerts in the bandstand.

No matter what time of year, a stay in one of our Woodstock vacation rentals lets you enjoy the very best of the area without the rush of the crowds. Come to Woodstock and combine your outdoor adventures with a touch of quiet New England charm!

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Visit a Real Life Sugar House on These Vermont Maple Syrup Tour

Photo Credit: Mark Nenadov via Flickr

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