Welcome to the official Woodstock Tourism website! The Town of Woodstock is located 100 km’s west of the Capital City, Fredericton; 300 km west of Nova Scotia Border; 200 km east from the Quebec Border and 25 km’s from State of Maine Border.

Settled on the banks of the Meduxnekeag and St. John Rivers at the intersection of the Trans Canada Highway at Exits 185 and 188, and I-95 at Exit 12.  Woodstock was the first incorporated town in New Brunswick on May 1, 1856.

Woodstock boasts some of the finest 19th Century Victorian heritage homes, churches and civic buildings.  We are a vibrant, prosperous community -the service centre of the Upper St. John River Valley. As well, the retail and commercial hub of the agricultural, forestry and transportation sectors in the regional economy.

Browse through the shops and boutiques; enjoy a meal at the variety of restaurants. Stroll the waterfront boardwalk, picnic on the greenway, or launch your boat from the public docks right in the heart of downtown. Take time to visit the historic attractions.
Tracing your family tree? The on-site genealogist at the L.P. Fisher Public Library  & the Thompson Centre will be glad to help, as will the Carleton County Historical Society, housed in the Hon. Charles Connell House, where the "Connell Stamp” is displayed. Take a stroll on Woodstock’s Historical Walking Tour to capture the work of this Victorian-era architect.

Dooryard Arts Festival is a gathering of artisans to showcase their wares and talents along the two riverbanks. Four days of music, art, theater, workshops, and an open-air market in downtown is a festival to add to your vacation list this year.
Celebrating more than 70 years, Old Home Week brings together the past and the present. This family event is home to the Annual Miss New Brunswick Pageant and the traditional country fair (animals, fairground rides, harness racing), with modern attractions (demolition derby and live entertainment). The week ends with a spectacular fireworks display.

The Annual Bass Tournament in Woodstock is renowned as one of the premier places in North America for catching small mouth bass because the waterways are a natural breeding ground for this frisky fish. Walk along the Greenway, a 10-km (6.2-mi.) recreation trail that leads to the Meduxnekeag Nature Preserve, a tract of wilderness with stands of centuries-old Appalachian hardwood with abundant flora and fauna.

Stop by the Woodstock Farm & Craft Market open daily, Monday to Saturday, to purchase one of Carleton County’s creations, or pick up a sweet snack to enjoy along the way. 
Looking forward to seeing you soon!