Woodstock, NH Town Profile & Lifestyle Comparison

Woodstock is a residential town in Grafton County including the village of North Woodstock. The town was incorporated in 1763 and was named in 1840 after a historic palace in Woodstock, England. Woodstock is home to Lost River Gorge, a popular summer attraction.

Land Area: 58.7 sq. mi.

Inland Water Area: 0.6 sq. mi.

Schools: Lincoln-Woodstock Cooperative

Town Office: 745-8752

Town Website:  www.woodstocknh.org

Public Library: 165 Lost River Rd

Rec. Facilities: Lost River Gorge, Café Lafayette Dinner Train, Alpine Adventures, Motor Sports Park, Skiing, Cross-country skiing, Snowmobile trails, Bicycle trails, Beach/waterfront recreation area, Campgrounds, Boating, Fishing, Hunting, Golf courses, and Municipal parks.