Woodstock Orchards


Stop at the old-fashioned Woodstock Orchards to pick your own blueberries (late summer) and apples (fall), and to stock up on jams, fresh cider and honey at the farm stand. The stand closes when apples run out, usually about April. The orchards are next to the Inn at Woodstock Hill.

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