The Vermont Seal of Quality marks specialty foods with the state flower—the red clover.
8 Garvin Hill Road, Woodstock
A small family-operated riding facility with a focus on classical dressage.
Bourdon Maple Farm
Taps up to 7,000 maple trees and produces over 2,400 gallons of syrup yearly. Call, email, or visit the farm to buy directly. Call in March and April to find out when they are boiling.
1101 Cloudland Road, Woodstock
Just a few scenic miles from Woodstock Village. A farm store plus farm-to-table restaurant experience (advance reservations required).
Kedron Sugar Makers
109 Kendall Road, South Woodstock
Six generations of sugar makers at the same location.
Mount Tom Farmers’ Market
Mount Tom parking lot, Route 12, ½ mile north of Woodstock
Locally grown products and local artisans.
Plymouth Artisan Cheese
106 Messer Hill Road, Plymouth
Located at the Coolidge State Historic Site in Plymouth Notch. One of the oldest cheese operations in the U.S. producing artisanal raw cow’s milk cheeses.
591 Sugarbush Farm Road, Woodstock
802-457-1757 or 800-281-1757
A tasty farm attraction with cheese, maple syrup, Vermont foods, free tasting, free admission, maple sugar house tour and nature walk. Wedding chapel. Farm animals. Shipping available.
Top Acres Farm
3615 Fletcher Hill Extension, South Woodstock
Learn how maple syrup is made and visit the sugarhouse and farm store. Please call ahead.
Vermont Farmstead Cheese
3786 Church Hill Road, Woodstock
Makers of farmstead and artisanal old-world cheeses with Vermont quality, authenticity, and style. Call ahead, please.