Woodstock (New Brunswick)

Woodstock is in Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada.

The Town of Woodstock is located in Western New Brunswick at 46.15°N, 67.57°W. The region is bordered to the west by the US state of Maine, and is 45 mi (72 km) WNW of Fredericton. It is known as "The Hospitality Town." Woodstock is the oldest incorporated town in New Brunswick.

Get in

By Plane

The closest airport is in Fredericton (IATA: YFC), approximately 1 hour south-east of Woodstock.

Woodstock is also close to Woodstock Airport (TC LID CCD3), located in nearby Grafton (New Brunswick). It has a 3,000 ft runway and mainly features smaller planes.

By Train

The nearest train station, operated by Via Rail , is nearly three hours away by car in Moncton.

By Bus

Maritime Bus operates from Rivière-du-Loup via the Trans-Canada Highway through Woodstock to Moncton; this route ends in Halifax. Connections to other points in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick are available in Moncton; connections to Quebec City (and onward to Montréal) are available in Rivière-du-Loup.

By Car

Get around

There is no public transportation in Woodstock. Visitors have five options: bring their own vehicle, rent a vehicle, bring a bicycle, walk everywhere, or take a taxi.

Car Rentals

Taxi Companies


Historically, Woodstock is a very uni-cultural, Christian town. While Woodstockers are for the most part a friendly and polite people, visible minorities who travel through Woodstock can expect the occasional stare.

Speak like you're from the Valley: Learn about the local dialect at the Dooryard .


Woodstock, as the oldest incorporated town in New Brunswick, has many historical buildings. As well, due to its location along the scenic St. John River, there are many beautiful locations for outdoor activities.

The L. P. Fisher Library
The Charles Connell House





Woodstock has a few watering holes, with the usual selection of Canadian beers.


Hotels and Motels

Bed and Breakfasts


Go next

Routes through Woodstock

Edmundston Hartland  W  E  Nackawic Fredericton
Houlton becomes  W  E  END

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