Woodstock Business Association | Woodstock, Connecticut Businesses
Experience the Charm of Woodstock, CT







Along Route 169, one of America's National Scenic Byways, you'll experience the beauty, charm and tranquility of one of the rural towns that make up the pastoral setting of Northeastern Connecticut. Woodstock is the second largest town in Connecticut of about 62 Square miles, and is a rural, historic community with an agricultural background. The town remains a cluster of villages (South Woodstock, Woodstock Hill, North Woodstock, East Woodstock, and Woodstock Valley) epitomizing the character of New England. We invite you to experience and enjoy the historic sites, farms, craft shops, antique shops, and restaurants, intermingled with light industry, which adds to the charm of Woodstock. 



Are you a business that serves Woodstock, Connecticut? Become a member and come to our monthly meetings. Apply online, and we will send an invoice for the $60 membership fee or prorated membership fee.  





Woodstock Town Hall
415 Rte. 169, Woodstock, CT


1st Mondays of each month

6:00 to 7:00PM sharp

(with a few exceptions throughout the year)


businesses within our membership


Enjoy comfort in Woodstock, CT! If you need a relaxing place to stay while you're in town, check out our variety of lodging options around town. You can experience the pine-scented tranquility at a campground, or a quaint, cozy stay at an inn or bed and breakfast. 


Much of the land in Woodstock is devoted for agricultural purposes. Farming is vital to maintaining the rural landscape that many of our residents and visitors enjoy. Pastures, corn fields, vineyards, orchards, and gardens all contribute to Woodstock's rural charm. Local farms also promote food security, and help keep property taxes lower. We hope you enjoy your experience in rural Woodstock. 


Let your taste buds experience flavors created from our town's variety of restaurants and shops. Woodstock has restaurants and shops that range from fine, elegant dining to casual family diners and quick eats. 


The town of Woodstock has always been popular for antique shopping. Find your latest vintage treasure at the shops of our business association members!

creative arts

Businesses and entrepreneurs that offer their creative artistic talents also comprise a portion of our association membership. In addition, every fall, Woodstock hill is very busy with multitudes of visitors at the Roseland Cottage Fine Arts & Crafts Festival, one of the most popular leading and juried art fairs. 

recreation & ATTRACTIONS

Are you looking for recreational activities in Woodstock, Connecticut? Take a cruise around town to check out our shops, explore agricultural attractions, or discover local parks or places to have fun. Here are our current members in this category.

clothing boutiques

Get clothes and accessories at some of Woodstock's own local shops. Support our member businesses and spice up your wardrobe at the same time. 


Every year in September, the Woodstock Business Association has an event called "Shop Hop" where you can visit our different member businesses that are shops to win prizes and discover neat items and discounts. You don't have to wait until September to explore the different shops around Woodstock. Browse below to learn about the different stores around town to visit on your shopping trip. 


Whether you're a resident in the Woodstock area, or traveling through, we have a variety of professional services that are dedicated to meeting your needs. 


One of the top ten most scenic drives in the country
— New york times