Sugarbush

Enjoy some of the hot flavors of Vermont: Jalapeno & Cayenne Pepper Cheese, Dragon Fire Hot Sauce, Maple Horseradish Mustard, Fire on the Mountain Mustard, Habanero Maple Pepper, Good & Evil Pickles and Maple Syrup infused with Habanero Peppers. If you are more of a “mild child” Sugarbush Farm has plenty of not hot cheeses including award winning Natural Smoked Cheese, and Extra Sharp Cheddar aged 3 years and up to 8 years. Huge sampling table every day!

Learn more at www.sugarbushfarm.com

Here at Sleep Woodstock, we try to bring you the best our town has to offer. This includes deals at great local businesses!

Vermontology

Vermontology provides tours that last 1 day, a weekend, or even longer! Explore scenic roadways, charming villages, historical locations, and other fun attractions.

Call 802-417-1996 or go to their website for more information or to book a guided tour.

Save 10% when you book a full-day tour and mention you are staying at Sleep Woodstock.

Here at Sleep Woodstock, we try to bring you the best our town has to offer. This includes deals at great local businesses!

Vermont Spirits

Vermont Spirits distills a portfolio of award-winning artisanal spirits using local agricultural products, including maple, apples and corn, sourced from local farmers around Vermont.

The distillery tasting room is open to visitors seven days a week—feel free to stop by for a sample.

Located at 5573 E Woodstock Rd, Hartford, VT 05047 just past the gorge on Rt 4.

Visit their website or call 802-295-7595.

FREE T-Shirt when show your room key at their store at Queechee Gorge.

Hot Air Balloon

This Father’s Day weekend, the skies over Quechee and the Upper Valley of Vermont and New Hampshire will be filled with hot air balloons ushering in the annual Quechee Hot Air Balloon, Craft & Music Festival, the longest running hot air balloon festivals in New England.

Don’t miss this exciting festival featuring over 20 hot air balloons, with five flights scheduled throughout the festival with additional tethered rides during the day. Enjoy continuous music and entertainment for all ages, and over 60 craft artisans and commercial vendors. Children’s activities include train rides, a bounce house and more. And of course there will be festival food with local healthy options and a beer and wine garden, with more surprises on site!

Learn more at www.quecheeballoonfestival.com

The Billings Farm & Museum is the perfect place to spend your Summer weekends! Here are some weekly events they host during the warmer months.

Billings

Ice Cream Sundays (June 7-28)

June is Dairy Month! Lend a hand making and sampling delicious ice cream at 12:15 & 2:15 p.m. while learning the history and science of this dairy treat. Admission: Adults: $14, seniors: $13, children ages 5-15 $8, ages 3 & 4 $4, 2 & under free.

Wagon Ride Wednesdays at Billings Farm & Museum (July 1-September 1)

Horse-drawn wagon rides featured each Wednesday from 11:00 a.m-3:00 p.m. Admission: Adults: $14, seniors: $13, children ages 5-15 $8, ages 3 & 4 $4, 2 & under free.

Time Travel Tuesdays at Billings Farm & Museum (July 7-August 18)

Every Tuesday from July 7 – August 18: Time Travel Tuesdays Experience late 19th century chores and pastimes in the farmhouse firsthand, and stay as long as you like. There’s plenty of work and fun for every age! Admission: Adults: $14, seniors: $13, children ages 5-15 $8, ages 3 & 4 $4, 2 & under free.

Foodways Fridays at Billings Farm & Museum (July 10-October 16)

Foodways Fridays Discover how we use seasonal vegetable and herbs from our heirloom garden in historic recipes. Different take-home recipes each week! Admission: Adults: $14, seniors: $13, children ages 5-15 $8, ages 3 & 4 $4, 2 & under free.

Learn more at billingsfarm.com

Sugarbush

Enjoy Dairy Month by stopping by to taste 15 kinds of cheese including 8 year old Wicked Super Sharp Cheddar, award winning Naturally Smoked, Mountain Jack and Sharp Cheddar with Horseradish. Watch how cheese is hand waxed for safe travel & keeping. Get tips and recipes on cooking with cheese. Visit the farm house kitchen where many Vermont products are sampled including Vermont meats, jams, pickles and sauces. Also visit the maple sugar house to learn how syrup is made in the spring.

Learn more on their website.