Mount Peg Park is owned by the Town of Woodstock and managed by the Town's Billings Park Commission. It began in 1908 with a land donation from Elizabeth Billings, and grew by 44 acres in 2002 thanks to community support. Trails are for hiking, snowshoeing and cross country skiing, except for a short mountain biking spur trail to the summit. The summit has beautiful views.
Mount Peg’s trails are wonderful for winter adventures on snowshoes or cross-country skis; please note that the trails are not groomed. Woodstock Inn’s Nordic Center offers groomed cross-country ski trails south of Mount Peg Park. Snowshoers can use the Nordic Center trails with a pass.
For more information, contact:Billings Park Commission - Town of Woodstock
From Woodstock town center go west on Route 4 0.2 miles (around traffic circle) and head south on Route 106. Go south on 106 0.1 miles and turn left on Cross Street. Go 0.1 miles on Cross Street and turn right on Golf Avenue. Go 0.1 miles on Golf Avenue, and the parking lot is on left immediately after dead-end residential street.
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