Woodstock

downtown Woodstock

Downtown Woodstock offers a one-of-a-kind shopping experience that can be found nowhere else. In the historic setting of the downtown area, you will find over 25 unique locally-owned shops. During a shopping trip to Downtown Woodstock you will discover art galleries, antiques, sports collectibles, great boutiques, a book store, jewelry, home & garden decor, quaint gift stores, and much more.  Unique dining experience also awaits you in Downtown Woodstock. When it comes to great food, Downtown Woodstock has something to offer everyone with over 15 locally owned restaurants. Some of the offerings include fine dining for special occasions, hamburgers and hot dogs, frozen yogurt & cupcakes, amazing coffee, a world class tea room, great Mexican & Italian cuisine, and All American classics. Downtown Woodstock holds a world of Southern charm with great deals, historic ambiance, and a strong sense community.

Elm Street Cultural Arts Village

Elm Street is a Downtown Woodstock’s thriving arts center, offering performances, instruction, and exhibits year round. You’ll find live plays, musicals, camps and classes in drama, art & music as well as concerts, recitals, pageants, art exhibits, the iThink Improv Troupe and much more.

Elm Street Cultural Arts Villages is currently house at 8534 Main Street, with development under way for a four acre site on Elm Street. For more information please call 678-494-4251 or visit www.elmstreetarts.org

Parks & Recreation

Woodstock’s proximity to 12,000 acre Lake Allatoona assures ample opportunity for boating, swimming, or fishing at 13 public beaches and boat ramps. The Blankets Creek Trail system offers mountain bike trails just a short distance from the beaches leading to another aspect of the terrain. Golf course abound with a variety of levels from easy to challenging. Four City Parks and numerous nearby Cherokee County Parks  add to the family oriented atmosphere of the growing community.

Woodstock’s parks have many amenities to offer including a gazebo, a community garden, walking & biking trails, softball fields, basketball & tennis courts, covered pavilions, a playground, picnic areas, a fishing pond, decks overlooking Little River and an area to launch canoes on Little River.

Woodstock also is in the process of developing a 60 mile network of multi use trails and greenspace around Woodstock. The Greenprints Alliance is a local non profit organization that has been founded to support this mission. The project currently has developed several miles of the proposed network. For more information please check out www.greenprintsalliance.org

The Park at City Center

The Park at City Center is located in Downtown Woodstock. Amenities include beautiful landscaping, a gazebo, ample benches, a Woodstock War Memorial and a park fountain. The park is host to numerous community special events including: The Woodstock Summer Concert Series, our Fourth of July FreedomFest, KidsFest (in October) and Christmas Jubilee. For more information on City events, please visit our Special Events page.

Dupree Park

Dupree Park is located on Neese Road, just south of Arnold Mill Road in Woodstock. The park features a large playground, restrooms, four tennis courts, two basketball courts, 1/4 mile walking trail, a fishing pond and two park pavilions.

Dobbs Road Park

Dobbs Road Park is located off Main Street, just east of Chattahoochee Technical College. The park features a 1/4 mile walking trail, park benches and a community garden.

Springfield Park

Springfield Park is located just north of Highway 92 on Springfield Drive in Woodstock. It is heavily shaded and features picnic tables, benches and a small playground. It is a future trail head site that will someday allow connectivity to Arnold Mill Road.

Olde Rope Mill Park

Olde Rope Mill Park is located at the end of Rope Mill Road in Woodstock. The Park features multiple mountain bike and multi-use trails, park benches, picnic tables, park pavilion with grill and a scenic overlook/ fishing platform. The park is home to the Taylor Randhal Memorial Mountain Bike Trail that has 14 miles of connecting trails that twist through nearly 100 acres of public park land. A pedestrian/ bike bridge connects the south side of Little River to the north side where you can see the remnants of an 1800’s Rope Mill.

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