Woodstock is known to be “a City Unexpected”. This vibrant, organic, and authentic city is located only 30 miles northwest of Atlanta and has a population of just less than 24000 residences; Woodstock zip codes are 30188 and 30189. Residences in Woodstock enjoy Lake Allatoona, The Olde Rope Mill Park, the Historic Dixie Speedway, Farm fresh market, the Depree Park and more. Lake Allatoona offers activities such as swimming, camping, hunting, fishing and boating. The Olde Rope Mill park offers the perfect trails for mountain biking. The Historic Dixie speedway caters to the car lovers, offering a 3/8 mile dirt track for car racing and special events. The Farm fresh Market in Woodstock is active from May to October and offers locally grown produce. The Dupree Park is gathering places for families to enjoy watching their children play on the play ground, biking, playing tennis, basketball, fishing or walking the trail.
Your one day visit to Woodstock
Whether you like Golfing, shopping or day dreaming, Woodstock is the place to be. A good way to start your day would be a delicious breakfast at J. Christopher’s.
Although the Woodstock area and surroundings have many orchards and farms that are open to public, the famous Berry Patch Farms is a located just 6 miles from downtown Woodstock. Enjoy picking Blueberries, pumpkins or shopping for Christmas at this kids-friendly country farm.
Woodstock offers a newly built outlet mall with many shops and restaurants. One of the great restaurants to eat at is Marlow’s Tavern where you are offered freshest local ingredients. If the temptation of shopping at the outlet mall is not too overwhelming let’s head to the Olde rope Mill Park for a fun walk to watch kayakers, bikers and enjoy the surrounding nature.
This busy and packed day is best concluded by eating at Century House Tavern right off of Main st in historic Downtown Woodstock.
This is a century old house, known as the Hubbard House. The Hubbard house was built by George Fowler in late 1800s and adopted by Hubbards in the 1940s. The Hubbards occupied the house approximately 60 years.
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