Woodstock Travel Guide
Welcome to Woodstock, ON!Known as the Friendly City, Woodstock offers visitors scenic tree-lined streets, abundant parkland and century-old homes. Located in Oxford County in southwestern Ontario, Woodstock is situated 129 km (80 mi) southwest of Toronto. Old St. Paul's Anglican Church is a notable historic site in the city. The church was built in 1834 and is surrounded by Woodstock's oldest cemetery. Visitors can also view the city's unique life-sized statue of a Holstein Freisian cow. The Springbank Snow Countess, as it's known, was unveiled in 1937 to commemorate the cow's record breaking production of butterfat. The Woodstock Peace Lighthouse should not be missed as it is recognized for having the largest collection of religious icons and offers a panoramic view of the city. Easy family walking can be enjoyed at one of Woodstock's many parks and trails, such as Roth Park Trail, which features a 5.75 km (3.57 mi) trail that can also be used for cycling or wintertime activities such as cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
This popular lighthouse is a place of international pilgrimage and is known as having the largest collection of religious icons.
Hotels & Motels
The Microtel Inn & Suites Woodstock Ontario is a completely non-smoking property that is conveniently located off Highway 401 and Highway 403.
Current & Upcoming Events [ View All ]
Looking for something to do in Woodstock, ON? Check out these current and upcoming events. If you know of an event that is not listed in the travel guide, please feel free to add an event listing (it's free).