Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park
View Connector Trails
From Woodstock go north on Route 12 for 0.6 miles. Turn right on River Road and park in the visitor parking lot (immediately on the right).
The roads and trails can be accessed from the park entrance on Route 12 or from the parking lot on Prosper Road. They are open from dawn to dusk.
Use of the trails is free and open to the public for walking, hiking, and horseback riding. In the winter, trails are groomed for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing by the Woodstock Inn & Resort Nordic Center. Trail passes are required for winter use, call the Nordic Center at 802.457.6674.
Walk under the cool canopy of centuries-old hemlocks, beech and open-growth sugar maples to visit the Pogue, a 14-acre pond perched near the mountain summit. Don't miss Mount Tom's South Peak, where you can enjoy a bird's-eye view of Woodstock.
The National Park trails are part of a network of over 30 miles of trails that connects the National Park, town parks, and the village of Woodstock. Suggested routes are below.
- Mountain Road to the Pogue to South Peak Trail
- Billings Park (Town of Woodstock) Faulkner Trail
- Maple Trail to The Pogue
- Mountain Road to Nordic Shelter
- North Ridge Loop
Information about the park, ranger-led tours, and trail maps are available at the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park Visitor Center or Woodstock Visitor Center.
Leashed pets are welcome until winter snows arrive and the carriage roads are used only for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. No bicycles or motorized vehicles are allowed.
Visit Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Park online for more information and a printable map or contact:
Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Park
54 Elm Street
Woodstock, VT 05091
Phone: (802) 457-3368
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Leave No Trace Principle
Leave What You Find
Leave the trail work to the pros: they will add or remove blazes, cairns (stone trail markers), structures, and trail improvements as deemed necessary.