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Once a sleepy farming village, today’s Woodstock is a vibrant and diverse community boasting a world-class trail system, great shopping and dining options, and neighborhoods all just 30 miles north of Atlanta. Woodstock’s city limits include more than 12 square miles and over 30,000 residents.

Historic Downtown

Woodstock officially became a city in 1897, but the first settlers arrived in the early 1800s with hopes of finding gold. The settlers began construction on the mills to keep up with the developing cotton farms in the area. Next, the railroad depot was built in 1879 with addition storefronts following. The Visitor’s Center is set up inside the original storefront of Dean’s Store, originally opened in 1906.

Modern Downtown

Today, downtown Woodstock is home to 20+ restaurants offering a wide range of foods. Stroll through charming downtown and shop at over 30 local shops. Your options abound with clothing boutiques, antiques, an independent bookstore, and unique gift items. Or, visit the Outlet Shoppes at Atlanta and shop over 100 name brand stores.

Entertainment is plentiful with Northside Hospital-Cherokee Amphitheater, located in the Park at City Center in downtown, hosting the annual Summer Concert Series. This new, state-of-the-art venue features multiple grass terraces and a large main lawn accommodating audiences of over 7,500. Entertainment for all ages is home at the Elm Street Cultural Arts Village. With the best art and entertainment year-round, Elm Street Cultural Arts Village offers a multitude live plays, art exhibits, workshops, and more.

Woodstock has become a destination for the outdoor enthusiast. Whether it’s a picnic with the family at beautiful Dupree Park or hitting the mountain bike trails at Olde Rope Mill Park, Woodstock is home to a number of parks and trail systems. And, in 2018, construction will begin on another nearly 100-acre park located on the east side of the city.

The City of Woodstock Parks and Recreation Department hosts festivals, holiday ceremonies, parades, and events year-round. Additionally, the William G. Long Senior Center is host to a number of activities for seniors within our community.

There’s always something for anyone to do in Woodstock. After all, Woodstock recently received the Georgia Municipal Association’s Live, Work, Play City Award in 2017.

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      Woodstock Schools

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      770-926-1237
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      770-592-1091
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      770-924-6260
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      770-926-7566
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      770-926-6969
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      770-664-9708
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      770-592-3510
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      770-928-2910
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