Woodstock is a town in Shenandoah County, Virginia, United States. It has a population of 5,097 according to the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Shenandoah County.
Restaurants in Woodstock
5 based on 46 reviews
This former Fire Observation Tower still is open whenever the dirt road going up there from Woodstock or from Fort Valley is open. (The Fire Tower Road is a winding dirt washboard road, closed in Winter snow...this road begins next to the Shenandoah County Government Center just off US Rt. 11 in north Woodstock). about 6 miles to the top of the ridge. There are about 120 steps winding around the inside of the legs to the observation platform. There are observational sighting directions attached to the iron railing and mesh wire platform at the top.
A 200 yard trail from the parking area is rocky and uneven, but doable for most folks (not wheelchair accessible)....the trail continues past the Fire Tower to a Hang Gliding Platform another 150 yards further along the ridge.
Spectacular Fall views, but we especially like the early Winter or Spring when leaves are still off the trees, so you get a bit better view of the famous Seven Bends of the Shenandoah River down below to the west. Best seen on a sunny day...a very special place and sometimes a bit of a Lover's Lane. (make some noise as you ascend!)
5 based on 28 reviews
The hike is challenging in some areas and easy in others. Plenty of laces for a rest, bring a lunch and something to drink, the views are beautiful.
5 based on 13 reviews
The Market in Woodstock, located in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley, offers natural and bulk foods, along with local valley products. Enjoy basics for everyday living such as apple butter, jams and jellies, honey, pies along with wooden utensils, knives, rugs, pottery and much more. Visit Spin-A-Yarn, our yarn shop next door for a great selection of yarn, needles and patterns.
The Market is a go-to place to purchase spices, nuts, gluten free products, and any health food item one can imagine. Additionally, the Market carries natural remedies, such as a cream for pulled muscles that beats anything I have ever used previously. The staff is friendly, knowledgeable, helpful, and willing to do whatever they can to make one's time in the store a positive experience. An added feature, adjacent to the Market, is the yarn shop (one of the few between Winchester and Staunton off I-81), which carries a plethora of knitting supplies and a vast array of yarns to fit any budget. There is a comfortable area in which knitters of all abilities meet, swap stories and patterns, and help one another with various knitting/crocheting projects. Travelers, including a woman from Ireland, trekking down I-81 have been known to stop by the Market to pick up something and then have stayed a few hours to join the sit and knit group. All this is testimony to the warmth and friendliness of the place. Who needs "Cheers" when you have "The Market"!
4.5 based on 13 reviews
We were staying with friends in the great little town and they took us too see this park. It is terrific. It is all that one would want in a park. Very unique. I want to stay just to hear a summer concert!
4.5 based on 7 reviews
Estate grown vineyards and wines using old-world style methods. Tasting Room open Fridays - Sundays and Holiday Mondays.
This winery is in a truly stunning locale and has a very modern tasting building. The gentleman doing the tastings was very nice and was training a new employee. The wines are French style and a tad on the dry side for me, but very...MoreThank you for your review! We hope to see in the Tasting Room again soon!
4 based on 11 reviews
The hype around town is finally over. After months of delays and rescheduled opening dates the brew house lives. The interior ambience is awesome. Very inviting and fresh. The beer IMO has a ways to go. The brown ale was excellent but others were not to my liking. The food is actually sold by a separate vendor and since I haven't tried it I'll not comment.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
Farm Market. Fresh vegetables and fruit. Local farm fresh milk, butter, eggs, cheeses, and honey. Locally raised beef, chicken, pork and lamb. Country Hams, Virginia Peanuts, Route 11 Chips, Handmade Baskets. Vegetable and Bedding Plants, Herbs, Hanging Baskets. Fresh Apples, Apple Cider, Winter Squash, Pumpkins, Fall Decoration, mums. Christmas Trees, Handmade Wreaths, Centerpieces.
If you are looking for fresh vegetables, outdoor plants, apples and other local agricultural products, this is the place to go. Less than a mile off I-81 with the nicest people you will meet. Love this place!
5 based on 4 reviews
Phlopsey's Boutique for Vintage Divas is right in the heart of Shenandoah Valley, VA at 148 N. Main Street, Woodstock, VA 22664. The boutique offers a dazzling assortment of vintage jewelry, hats, purses, clothing & coats, shoes, gloves, wedding gowns, and more.Hours are Thursdays - Saturdays 11-4; Sundays 12-4. We are also open by appointment.
I love Phlopsey's! I always find something unique and "me" - most often several somethings! And proprietress, Sharon Isralow, is a gem - funny, interesting, interested, knowledgeable and just fun! Visiting Sharon at Phlopsey's has become a family affair, and we all look forward to seeing what wonderful treasures Sharon has set aside for us.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
This shop has unique handmade gifts from the Shenandoah Valley and promotes local artisans. Located in the Exxon shopping complex right off the I-81exit, it is stuffed full of many great gift ideas and is perfect for the person who is hard to buy for. The owner, Liz, is very hospitable and a joy to talk to. And where else can you get free hot chocolate on a cold and windy day?
5 based on 6 reviews
This friendly and very well done GALLERY IS THE BEST ONE IN WOODSTOCK.!
Seven East features the works of members and friends of the Valley Educational Center for the Creative Arts (VECCA), an organization that has promoted fine arts and crafts, classes, music, painting, and workshops for beginners and established artists, located in the central Shenandoah Valley of Virginia .... for the past 33 years (since 1984)!
VECCA at 7 East also provides ongoing information on upcoming exhibits, events, music classes, workshops community programs, judged art shows, college art scholarships and monthly meetings, which are supported by and often held at the 7 East Gallery.
The works of member artists are featured on a rotating basis, as well as occasional works and exhibits of local school children's works, through VECCA's classes and promotions of the Arts in the public and private schools of the area around Woodstock.
The 7 East Gallery is staffed by local VECCA member artists, some of whom may just be working on their latest creation while you visit .... right there in the shop! Questions are welcomed and encouraged, prices are reasonable, and the artworks are all ready for hanging in your home, or displayed in your office.
Oftentimes there is tea, coffee, and snacks available but if not, one of the best restaurants in Woodstock is located right next door to the Gallery (The Woodstock Cafe and Shoppes, which is also reviewed in TA.)
There are also special 6 week long extended Art shows of 7 East Gallery and VECCA members' works at the Shenandoah County Government Building located at 600 North Main Street, Woodstock, VA. Stop by anytime from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Information is available in the 7 East Gallery about many of the member artists, membership in VECCA, upcoming music and art classes in various media, exhibits, programs and workshops --- all at very reasonable costs. So, get in touch with your creative side of life, with fellow artists, or just browse and enjoy meeting the many creative artists on display at 7 East Gallery. The arts are excellent at 7 East!
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 - 2023 All rights reserved.