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Whether you may know us as the Dairy Capital of Canada, the Friendly City or just Woodstock, we have many attractions to offer you, your family and your friends all year long. Interested in really getting to know Woodstock? One of the best ways to do that is by experiencing one of our many great cultural and heritage attractions.

Historic Places to Visit

Connell House

128 Connell Street-Woodstock, NB-E7M 1L5

(506) 328-9706 click here for website

Connell House was built in 1839 for the Honourable Charles Connell (1810-1873), represents the peak of classicism in Woodstock architecture. The design in Green Revival, characterized by the Greek temple-like columns. Connell House is designated an historic site by Parks Canada. Connell House is the home base of the Carleton County Historical Society since 1975.

Exhibit Rooms on the second floor are dedicated to Tappan Adney, Musical Collection & Battles Fought. During the summer months staff dressed in period costume, give guided tours while entertaining you with intriguing stories of Woodstock's extraordinary past. Browse the gift shop for quality crafts and Atlantic Canada made gifts, and relax on the veranda with a refreshing beverage while enjoying the view of the gardens.

In his time, Charles Connell was a prominent personality, businessman and politician; but far beyond New Brunswick, his place in history endures as the central figure in the fascinating saga of the “ Connell Stamp.” The 1850 Connell Stamp may still be the most intriguing postage stamp controversy of all time, and is known to collectors worldwide. The Connell Stamp Display includes an entertaining video which tells more of this story, and provides a brief look at Carleton County history. Mr. Connell was active in County, Provincial & Federal politics, but he was best remembered for his tenure as Postmaster General of New Brunswick during which he procured a new five cent stamp featuring his own portrait instead of the Queen's.

During the summer months staff dressed in period costume, give guided tours while entertaining you with intriguing stories of Woodstock's extraordinary past. In 2015 the Carleton County Historical Society will showcase original photography by the renowned photographer Sherman Hines throughout the Main Floor. On the Second Floor, Visitors can explore multiple Exhibit Rooms which are dedicated to the following: the legend of Tappan Adney; a substantial musical instrument collection; military artifacts and memorabilia, as well as an assortment of historical needlework. At the end or your tour you may browse the gift shop for quality crafts and Atlantic Canada made gifts, and relax on the veranda with a refreshing beverage while enjoying the view of the gardens.

Back by popular demand, every Thursday throughout July & August the staff of Connell House prepare a delicious Victorian High Tea for guest to enjoy from 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM. Reservations are required. Call (506) 328-9706.

Office Hours: Off Season Tues-Fri 9 AM-4:30 PM

Summer Hours (July & August) Tuesday-Friday 9 AM- 6 PM/ Saturday 10 AM-6 PM/ Sunday & Monday By Appointment

Old Carleton County Court House

19 Court Street, Upper Woodstock, NB (506) 328-9706

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Built in 1833 and expanded in 1866, the Old Carleton County Court House in Upper Woodstock was the first courthouse in Carleton County. Many county residents passed through its' doorway with a variety of motives – passengers awaiting the arrival of the stagecoach, farmers attending agricultural exhibitions, politicians and their followers on declaration days, audiences for choral concerts, magistrates, judges, jurymen, lawyers and litigants, petty criminals, murderers, spectators who came by road and river from miles around and trial-watching pupils from the school next door.

In 1911, the County Council sold the Old Carleton County Court House and it was transformed into a barn. For half a century, cattle and horses stood in stalls that were built, in part, from the judge's bench. Purchased by the Carleton County Historical Society in 1962, the monumental task of restoring this once-magnificent building to its former glory began.

Guided Tours Available (July & August) Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday (10 am-6pm) / CLOSED ON THURSDAYS due to Victorian Tea at Connell House / Sunday & Monday by appointment.

L.P. Fisher Public Library

The L.P. Fisher Public Library is one of Woodstock's prized community assets. Situated at 679 Main Street in the heart of town, it was designed and constructed early in the 20th century from part of the fortune left which Lewis Peter Fisher, Woodstock's first mayor, left for he civic betterment of the town. In the early 21st century, the Fisher Library is both a heritage building owned by the town and a busy working library, part of the provincial library system.

It also houses two specialized collections: the local historical and genealogical reference books and manuscripts of the W.O. Raymond Room , and the Dalton Camp Canadiana Collection , both named for and in part provided by writers whose roots were in Woodstock.

Contact Information: 679 Main Street Woodstock, NB E7M 2E1 (506) 325-4777 Email: LPFisher.Library@gnb.ca

Heritage Walking Tour

This is self guided walking tour is designed for the interest of visitors & residents. Starting at the L.P. Fisher Public Library, the tour can be completed in one hour at a leisurely pace. A PDF copy is available at: WalkingTour

Cedar Hill School House

Location 2156 Route 165 / Lower Woodstock, NB

Information Terry Thomas / Phone: (506) 328-6665

Cedar Hill School is the oldest one-room school-house in New Brunswick. Built in 1872 on a rocky hill in a grove of cedars overlooking the St. John River, it served the children of settlers who worked the lands and forests.

The school retains most of its original architecture and charm, including the backyard outhouse. It is furnished with books, desks, teaching aids and other artifacts manufactured in Woodstock is a feature of the school's interior.

Farmers Market

Woodstock Farm & Craft Market

Woodstock Farm & Craft Market click here for website

EXIT 188 Trans Canada Highway/ 220 King Street, Woodstock, NB Mailing Address 111 Red Bridge Road / Red Bridge, NB / E7M 5L1 (506) 325-1816 Fax: (506) 325-1094

A local tradition for over 40 years.

The market provides staples such as eggs, potatoes, beef, chicken and pork and a variety of cheeses year round, all grown and produced locally. Products from the Speerville Flour Mill , the only stone grinding mill in the Maritimes, are available. In season, vendors sell local vegetables and fruit, including organic apples, and garden seeds and vegetable and flower transplants. For your sweet tooth, there are baked goods, maple syrup, jams, jellies and preserves and cinnamon buns.

The Market features a wide variety of locally produced crafts: tole painting, soaps and lotions, handmade jewellery, and knitted socks, mittens and sweaters. There is an area devoted to fiddleheads, including Maliseet fiddlehead baskets.

The Market is located on the waterfront where the Meduxnekeag River joins the St. John River in Downtown Woodstock. Friday is the day that all vendors are on site.

OPEN

Monday-Thursday & Saturday 10 am-4 pm / Friday 8 am-4 pm

Winter Hours Tuesday-Saturday 10 am-4 pm

Hilltop Market

Hill Top Market / 343 Connell Street / Woodstock, NB E7M 5G5 (506) 328-8037

Hilltop Market has fresh fruit and vegetables in season as well as Christmas trees and wreaths in November and greenhouse products in the spring. They grow the majority of vegetables sold at the market. There are two farms that come together to form the Hilltop Market and also buy many other local products from various local vendors to sell.

Sales are made up of approximately 95% local products all grown here in New Brunswick. The other 5% is fruits brought in from the wholesaler that we cannot produce here in NB such as peaches, plums and bananas. Open from the beginning of strawberry season until Christmas when the trees are all sold.

Grafton Bridge Market

For more information call (506) 391-6063

The Grafton Bridge Market is every Saturday from June to September on the lawn of O'Toole Gallery & Celtic Fox Coffeehouse in Grafton. There are a variety of local seasonal fruit & vegetables, barbequed local sausages, local maple syrup, freshly baked goods, Alpaca wool products, perennials & local wine.

Strawberry Hill Farm

Strawberry Hill Farm /7 Strawberry Hill Road/ Pembroke, NB E7N 1S7

(506) 328-2928 click here for website

Strawberry Hill Farm products are raised organically with most products being certified organic. They believe that the fewer the chemicals used to grow our food the better from the point of view of our health, the health of our workers, the environment, and from the point of view of our many customers who enjoy the vegetables, berries, and other farm products.

Dukeshire Apples

4204 Route 105 / Northampton, NB E7M 1E2

(506) 328-2012

With four generations of apple growers, Orchard Shade Farms is a long serving apple orchard to the Carleton county region, and beyond. With the first tree planted in 1929, and now over 50 acres, and 10 000 trees, they provide apples flavoured for every taste bud.

U-pick opens in September. Apples are also sold daily at the packing house from late August until February.

Art

O'Toole Gallery

O'Toole Gallery / 37 Clark Street, Grafton, NB /

Mailing Address: 109 College St. Woodstock, NB E7M 1K5

(506) 328-6207

The rural setting and rustic, barn-style building puts you in mind of needlepoint scenes you remember from your grandmother's sitting room. The hand-carved masterpieces surrounding you in the studio are works of unsurpassed distinction and diversity. You are inspired by the extraordinary range of pieces you see throughout the studio. Sculpture, furniture and decorative housewares' all here.

A retail gallery on the banks of the St. John River that showcases the talent of over 25 local artist and artisans. From the moment you open the hand craved door, you will be delighted with the wide variety of quality art.

The Celtic Fox Coffee House serves local homemade treats along with our own “River Valley” blend coffee.

Vendors include: Furniture; Wood~ Carvings, Bowls; Woven Baskets; Rustin Crafts; Stained Glass; Pottery; Jewellery; Original Art & Prints; Greeting Cards; Rod Iron

Other Attractions

Carleton Civic Centre

The Carleton Civic Centre officially opened on March 16, 1995 with the partnership of the Town of Woodstock and the Woodstock Rotary Club. Centrally located in the heart of Woodstock, with Recreation Facilities making up Connell Park, it is positioned as the sports centre of the region.

The Carleton Civic Centre is home to the:

Woodstock Slammers Junior A Hockey Team

Woodstock Minor Hockey

Woodstock Skating Club

Western Valley Stingrays Swim Team

Triple C Synchro Swimming

The 32 092 square foot complex is the centre of recreational activities in the River Valley offering:

  • 836 bleachers seating (8 handicap seating)
  • 1586 floor seating
  • 190 x 90 foot ice surface
  • 5 lane 25 meter pool
  • Fitness centre
  • Community Room
  • Board Room

105 Connell Park Road/ Woodstock, NB/ E7M 1L5/ (506)325-4671 click here for Website

Atlantic Cinemas

115 Everett Street
Woodstock, New Brunswick
Canada
E7M 3R1

Phone: (506) 328-3001 click here for website

Woodstock Bowlacade

Jacksonville, Woodstock, NB E0J 2B0, Canada
+1 506-328-8418

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Woodstock Marina

The Valley Yacht Club at the Woodstock Marina is located on the St. John River. The marina consists of 20 large berths (30 feet in length) and 28 small berths (20 feet in length). Two berths available for visitors but can accommodate more visiting boaters.

There is no charge for overnight visitors. For longer stays, the fee is 10$ per night. Power, water, gas, and ice are available. Call 328-3402 or Norm Purvis 325-8666.

For more information contact Darlene Tapley at 328-3402

JELLYSTONE PARK Campground

174 Hemlock St.
Lower Woodstock, NB
E7M 4E5

Toll Free line 1-888-222-9644

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FUN ACTIVITIES

FREE DAILY PLANNED ACTIVITIES 7 DAYS A WEEK
(July, August plus weekends in June & Sept. 4, 5, 6)
No weekday activities August 31 st - Sept. 3 rd.

The Yogi Fun goes on Rain or Shine

  • FREE Hay rides with YOGI BEAR™Daily
  • FREE Movies and Cartoons
  • Storytime with Yogi
  • Lunch with Yogi - A Must Do Event ($)
  • Let our 5 Full-time Rec. Directors make magical lifetime memories with your family with our FREE planned DAILY ACTIVITIES for all ages from Tots to Teen to Adults!

The above activities operate during July, August and weekends in June as well as Labour Day Weekend. No weekday activities Aug. 31 st - Sept. 3 rd .

FUN ACTIVITIES!

  • Two Giant Waterslides ($)
  • Target Tag Game ($)
  • Activity Heated Swimming Pool
  • Children's Wading Pool
  • CAMPERS ONLY HEATED POOL
  • 24' x 40' Picnic Shelter - Yogi Pavilion - Great for Groups up to 125 people
  • 20' X 30' Picnic Shelter -
    Boo Boo Pavilion
  • Boo Boo Game Room
  • Wizard's Canteen
  • Wizard's Beach Playground
  • Beach Volleyball
  • Basketball
  • 18 Hole Championship Miniature Golf Course ($)

Operating Hours and Schedules of our Recreation Activities may change due to inclement weather. Sorry for any inconvenience. Thank you!

HOURS:

Ranger Station & Store

  • Sun.-Thurs. 9 am-10 pm
  • Fri. & Sat. 9 am-11 pm


Boo Boo Game Room

  • 10 am-10 pm

JELLYSTONE GEMS MINING COMPANY

Calling all PROSPECTORS! Prospector Pete says you've got to try this new hands on interactive attraction! Do it as a family or individually, it's a blast no matter how you do it! Travel back in time to the "Gold Rush" days where prospectors panned for gold and found everything from crystal points, emeralds, quarts, rubies and even arrow heads and more. You will find over 40 various specimens during your panning experience at the mining sluice. And you get to keep your treasures to take home and show your friends what you mined during your vacation. You even have a choice between gemstones/minerals or fossils that are thousands of years old. Collect as many as possible, every bag of mining rough gives you different treasures to keep!

Come explore the Authentic Mining Cave complete with lighted helmet!

LOTS OF FACILITIES
Hook-ups, Water and Electric
(15, 20, 30 & 50 amp)
Tenting Sites
Pull Thru Sites
Big Rig Sites 25' X 80'
(Pull Thru)
2 Dump Station s
Pump Out Service ($)
FREE WI FI
24 Hour Security
Rainy Day Activities
Cindy Laundromat 24 Hours
Boo Boo Land Laundry 24 HRS
Free Hot Showers
(Lots of Hot Water!)
Extra Clean Washrooms
24 Hour Laundry
(Hot and Cold Water)
Firewood and Fire Rings
RV Supplies and Accessories
Souvenirs and Gifts
Ice, Block and Cubes
Public Pay Phone, Free Mail Service
Yogi Pavilion
Boo Boo Pavilion
Free Daily Recreation Activities
Day Trip Information
Day Guest Picnic Area
Air Conditioned Ranger Station/Store
Game Room and Recreation Building
3 Fully Equipped Playgrounds
(Wizard's Beach, Cindy Sandland & Boo Boo Playland)
Wizard's Canteen - Ice Cream Treats &
Many More Snacks

 

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Midweek Special
Start your stay Midweek and get a discount. 2 night minimum stay 8% Discount. Higher rates on weekends.


Sunday Special
Start your stay on Sunday and get a 10% discount. 8% on weekdays and higher rates on weekends.