Hosting an event in Woodstock, Ontario?

Woodstock, Ontario represents the best of both worlds: urban communities full of life, entertainment, and commerce; and, rural areas that are rich in natural resources, history, and farming communities. This quaint town is conveniently located in Southwestern Ontario where two major highways (401 and 403) meet. It’s just 90-minute drive from downtown Toronto and two hours from border crossings at Buffalo, Detroit and Sarnia. Our largest communities include not just the City of Woodstock but the towns of Tillsonburg, Ingersoll, Norwich and Tavistock. Once you get off of the highway, follow our country roads to new adventures.

Reasons to visit Woodstock, Ontario? The Oxford County Cheese Trail including cheese makers making cheese the old fashioned way, museums celebrating its dairy history, and restaurants serving up plenty of cheesy options. There is also plenty of farmers opening their gates to visitors, farm markets bustling with activity and restaurants cooking up local fare with traditional methods. Whether craving slow cooked brisket, hand dipped onion rings or fine dining, the table is set for you. There are also, Artistic Delights — As home to the largest studio tour in Southwestern Ontario, two arts cooperatives and Woodstock Art Gallery, Oxford County caters to creative tastes with an eclectic roster of events and exhibits.

And it is always show time with a barn theatre, folk concerts and five theatres, meaning there is excitement to be found at performances all year round. Bravo!

Being Green, Tourism Oxford has received gold level certification from Green Tourism Canada for its environmental practices and efforts to encourage green travel in the region. When visiting, consider some of the walking / cycling itineraries, search out local food and explore the culture. Don’t forget to pack a reusable bag and a travel mug too!

Woodstock, Ontario also offers access to Via Rail, Greyhound, the Tillsonburg Airport, and Public Transit Woodstock has a full bus service and Tillsonburg has a T:GO service. Ingersoll, Tillsonburg, and Woodstock all have cab service available. If travelling by bike, consider travelling on the Trans Canada Trail through the south of the County or taking one of the proposed cycling routes. [RideOxford.ca]

Oxford County is home to over 800 beds for weary travellers to rest their head on. This means there is plenty of choice whether you are a loyalty program fan, boutique hotel fan, outdoors lover, or crave countryside charm. And With 8 hotel chains and an Ontario’s Finest Inn it doesn’t matter which loyalty card is in your wallet. Meeting space, dining, spa, pools, value and central location provides you with plenty of choice. And of course there are Bed & Breakfasts too. Find historic stays and rural getaways in Thamesford, Tillsonburg, Otterville and Woodstock. For a destination with personality and a great story, check out one of the many Bed & Breakfasts.

Woodstock, Ontario offers 14 hotels, the largest of which by amount of meeting space are the Quality Hotel & Suites Convention Centre, with 8,342 square feet of event space, and the Festival Inn, with 7,000 square feet of event space.


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Event Planners of Woodstock, Ontario:

Lauren Chonko, Event Specialist
Martha Murray Events
Bonafide Events Studio

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