On January 10, 2024

Torchlight Snowshoe adds an element of delight to an already fun-filled MLK Weekend at Billings Farm and Museum

Courtesy Billings Farm & Museum


Jan. 12 at 4:30 p.m. —WOODSTOCK—Snowshoe, ski or walk  the Billings Farm trail  by torchlight as evening begins. As part of Martin Luther King Jr. Weekend, Billings Farm & Museum, 69 Old River Road in Woodstock the torchlight snowshoe event  is a pleasant way to keep warm in the cold evening while enjoying the outdoors.  Meet National Park rangers from the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park and Billings Farm & Museum staff, and learn about local wildlife, the history of the land, and the people who lived here. Gather around the fire pit and warm up with complimentary s’mores and hot drinks.

Don’t  worry if you do not have your own snowshoes?  There is a  limited number of adult and child-sized snowshoes will be available to borrow, but to guarantee you have the equipment you need, the Woodstock Inn Nordic Center has rentals, call 802-457-6674.Bring a light! We highly recommend a headlamp or a flashlight to find your way between torches on the trail. 

Prices vary by age. Adults $12; children $7 (under 16); under 4 free; member adults: $5; member children free. Tickets may be reserved in advance, balk-ins will be welcome.

For more information, visit: billingsfarm.org

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