Woodstock’s history traces back to the early 1800s when settlers arrived with hopes of finding gold. Over the years, it transformed from a farming village to a bustling city. The historic downtown area showcases the city’s heritage, with charming storefronts, mills, and the original Dean’s Store, open since 1906.
Today, downtown Woodstock is a hub of activity, featuring over 20 restaurants offering diverse cuisines. The area boasts 30+ local shops, including clothing boutiques, antique stores, an independent bookstore, and unique gift shops. For extensive shopping options, visit the Outlet Shoppes at Atlanta, with over 100 name brand stores.
Woodstock offers a thriving cultural scene, with the Northside Hospital-Cherokee Amphitheater hosting the annual Summer Concert Series, accommodating audiences of over 7,500. The Elm Street Cultural Arts Village offers live plays, art exhibits, workshops, and more for all ages.
Woodstock is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, featuring parks and trail systems like Dupree Park and Olde Rope Mill Park for picnics and mountain biking. The city is also set to begin construction on a new 100-acre park in 2018.
Woodstock is known for its community spirit, with the City of Woodstock Parks and Recreation Department hosting festivals, holiday ceremonies, parades, and events year-round. The William G. Long Senior Center offers activities for seniors.
Live, Work, Play
In 2017, Woodstock received the Georgia Municipal Association’s Live, Work, Play City Award, highlighting its commitment to providing a well-rounded and vibrant lifestyle for its residents.
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