Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park | Upper Valley | Parks, Attraction, Hiking/Snowshoeing | Outdoors & Recreation
Woodstock is a classic 18th-century New England town — minus the avaricious loggers. George Perkins Marsh, a noted naturalist and statesman, was one of the first to see the error of those ways. He set aside 500 acres of conserved forestland that is now the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park. More than 20 miles of carriage roads weave through the park, making it a spectacular place for a leisurely amble.

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