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Woodstock Farm

Woodstock Farm

Amenities, Status & Events


Dawn to Dusk.  Please note that vehicle access to Woodstock Farm is extremely limited.



Before using or reserving park facilities, please review the high-impact events below for information on how they may affect your planned activities.

Facility Rentals


Articles & Planning Information - Site History, Studies & Plans


Woodstock Farm ca. 1916 courtesy of Whatcom Museum Woodstock Farm kitchen garden ca. 1916 courtesy of Whatcom Museum Woodstock Farm 2002 courtesy of Washington State Dept of Ecology Woodstock Farm main building compound Woodstock Farm Hen House High Tide below Cottage at Woodstock Farm West Point of Woodstock Farm Morning at Woodstock looking Southwest to Chuckanut Mountains Woodstock Farm main house Trish Harding painting at Woodstock Farm - photo by Ann Chaikin Sunset at Woodstock Farm Woodstock Farm view from bluff - photo by Margaret Ziegler

Woodstock Inspired Artworks

"Raven's Play" by Trish Harding "Woodstock Yellow" by Trish Harding "Woodstock Pink" by Trish Harding "Spring at Woodstock" by Trish Harding "Train Trestle from Woodstock" by Trish Harding "West Point, Woodstock Farm" by Nancy Freeman

Volunteering at Woodstock

Groups and individuals committed to helping improve and maintain Woodstock for the public and to enhancing it for wildlife and protecting its cultural and wild land resources are encouraged to call the Parks Department Volunteer Coordinator at Park Operations. Volunteer opportunities involve a wide range of indoor and outdoor tasks and special permits may be issued to facilitate access and work by volunteers.

Farm Activity Reports

More Information

For more information on this park, please contact the Parks & Recreation Department

M 9/18/2015

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