Driving Directions to Woodstock, New York
Woodstock is located a comfortable two-hour drive north of the New York City near the Hudson River, off of the New York State Thruway I-87. Woodstock is only 8 miles or about 10 minutes from the New York State Thruway.
When traveling to Woodstock from from New York City or from the south on I-87, the New York State Thruway, please use exit No. 19 for Kingston/Woodstock and follow the signs. After exiting the tollbooth, bear right onto Rt. 28 West to Pine Hill. Drive on Rt. 28 for approximately 5 miles until reaching a very well-marked sign for Woodstock, indicating a right turn onto Rt. 375. Follow Rt. 375 for about 3 miles until reaching a T intersection and stop sign at Rt. 212, which will be at the edge of the village. Turn left and follow 212 into the center of the village.
Woodstock is about one hour south of the capitol of New York State, Albany. When traveling from the north, please use exit 20 on the NY State Thruway I-87 marked as Saugerties/Woodstock and follow the signs. After exiting the tollbooth, make an immediate left turn towards Rt. 212, which is nearby at the stoplight. At Rt. 212, turn right and follow it for about 10 miles all the way into the village of Woodstock.
Driving Directions to the Workshops of David Wiebe and Susan Lipkins
As Rt. 212 comes into the village of Woodstock, it rises up a hill and in the very center is the village green. Immediately before the green, make the right turn onto Rock City Road and follow it for 1/2 mile to the 4-way stop on Glasco Turnpike. Make a sharp left onto Glasco and count 4 houses on the right, the 4th being your destination. The address is 2290 and the number is displayed next to the front door of the house. The house can be recognized by its lavender color paint and attached barn in natural pine siding with a yellow door, which is the workshop.