Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park
Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park is a United States National Historical Park in Woodstock, Vermont. The park preserves the Marsh-Billings House, as well as the site where Frederick Billings established a managed forest and a progressive dairy farm. The name honors Billings and the other owners of the property: George Perkins Marsh, Mary Montagu Billings French, Laurance Rockefeller, and Mary French Rockefeller. The Rockefellers transferred the property to the federal government in 1992. It is the only unit of the United States National Park System in Vermont (except for a portion of the Appalachian Trail). The park was honored in 2020 by being placed on Vermont’s America the Beautiful quarter.
|Billings Farm and Museum (1.2 miles)|
Taftsville Covered Bridge (3.6 miles)
Sugarbush Farm (4.3 miles)
Quechee Gorge (6.6 miles)
Killington Ski Resort (12.8 miles)
|Camp Plymouth State Park (13.3 miles)|
Buttermilk Falls (16.5 miles)
Sculptured Rocks Natural Area (34.5 miles)
Rock of Ages Granite Quarry (36.2 miles)
Profile Falls (40.6 miles)
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Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park, 54 Elm St
Woodstock, Vermont 05091
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