Woodstock Historic High Country

Woodstock’s friendly appeal is explained in this slogan: Where yesterday lives and tomorrow waits. In the heart of the commercial district, brick sidewalks and 19th-century buildings provide visitors with a pedestrian-friendly environment in which to shop and sightsee. Stop by the visitors center at Dean’s Store and have a look at old photos and items from the past.
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  • Train passing through Downtown Woodstock

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  • The Park at City Center in Downtown Woodstock

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  • The Woodstock Summer Concert Series features 5 concerts in the Park at City Center in Woodstock each summer

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  • The Woodstock Visitors Center is located at Historic Dean's Store, 8588 Main St

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  • View of Downtown Woodstock

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  • A festival in Downtown Woodstock

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  • The Park at City Center in Downtown Woodstock

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  • Downtown Woodstock is home to many great restaurants

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  • Many restaurants in Downtown Woodstock feature outdoor seating areas

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  • Historic Dixie Speedway features world class dirt track stock car racing every Saturday, May through October

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  • Gazebo in the Park at City Center in Downtown Woodstock

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  • Image from the popular Friday Night Live series in Downtown Woodstock

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  • The Woodstock Train Depot in Downtown Woodstock, Built in 1912 it is now the site of a popular restaurant

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Georgia's Woodstock holds a world of Southern charm with historic ambiance and a strong sense of community. Woodstock has a vibrant downtown, which is home to one-of-a-kind dining and shopping experiences. In the historic setting of downtown, you will find more than 30 unique locally owned shops and many great deals.Unique dining experiences await you in Downtown Woodstock where you can find a great selection of locally owned restaurants.

Woodstock is home to the Outlet Shoppes at Atlanta, which is Georgia's newest premium outlet mall. They feature over 100 world class stores.

Woodstock's proximity to 12,000-acre Lake Allatoona assures ample opportunity for boating, swimming, fishing. Woodstock's parks have many amenities to offer including walking and biking trails, decks overlooking Little River, and much more. 23 miles of beginner through advanced mountain bike and hiking trails can be found at Rope Mill Park

We hope you will visit Georgia's Woodstock soon!

Visitor Information Center

8588 Main Street
Woodstock, GA 30188

From Atlanta, take I-575 north to Woodstock, exit 7, 8 & 9 are the Woodstock exits; east-west route through Woodstock is Hwy 92.

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Phone: 770-924-0406

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