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Just plain gorgeous!

A river runs through it--this whole section of Vermont, between Killington and Woodstock. What a... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Mo H
Albany, New York
Cool place! Check it out!

Such a AWESOME place to look around for covered bridges! This one is really great because you can... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Roselle, Illinois
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River that runs through Woodstock.
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“snow and ice” (2 reviews)
Woodstock, VT
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A river runs through it--this whole section of Vermont, between Killington and Woodstock. What a beauty. Lots of places, like the local ice cream shop we went to today, has outside chairs where you can stare at this river. The covered bridges that dot the...More

Thank Mo H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Such a AWESOME place to look around for covered bridges! This one is really great because you can check it out from both sides! Don't miss it! BOOM!

Thank Krups77
Reviewed 14 May 2017

nice river to walk along although mainly accessible from the River road-shallow most of the way but a few spots kids jump into with a tree rope.

Thank rzamenhof
Reviewed 24 April 2017

Have been to this area of Vermont many times and am always excited to return. The river, the country roads to leisurely drive (River Road of course!) the many places to stop and explore, the covered bridges. I hate to have to go home!

Reviewed 28 March 2017

The Ottaquechee which seems to border the road to Woodstock feels like it is waking up from the winter. Vast stretches of white white country snow and ice break into a powerful roar of water - so clean and pure - you feel you see...More

Thank HurricaneGrandma
Reviewed 28 December 2016

We drove over this bridge at least three times, just a lovely, very long bridge. Feels like a step back in time.

Thank Carol K
Reviewed 28 December 2016 via mobile

Even in winter. We came in a quick warm spell after Christmas. With evening rain the river flow was strong. Catch the covered bridges at Taftsville and Woodstock.

Thank Ellis_NC_IL
Reviewed 26 October 2016 via mobile

This is a beautiful river. If you drive around and look at the covered bridges you'll see this river from different vantage points. There's also so many awesome photo opportunities to be had. Enjoy!

Thank micheleboys
Reviewed 8 October 2016

The Taftsville covered bridge is a great example of its type with the internal structure still mostly original (even after partly being destroyed by Irene). Well worth a stop as its close to route 4 on your way to Killington via Woodstock. Beautiful in all...More

Thank Papoon
Reviewed 7 October 2016 via mobile

Whether by car or on bike, recommend driving a long the Ottaquechee River to see the incredible views, especially now with the leaves changing.

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Robert S
17 August 2015|
Response from Hal D | Reviewed this property |
The location of the traveler asking the question has nothing to do with the Ottaquechee River