Woodstock, New York, may evoke tie-dyed t-shirts and VW vans, but the town is much more Gore-tex and latte these days. In every direction, excellent hikes conclude at picturesque vistas. A short one-mile hike takes you to the spectacular Kaaterskill Falls, which was a popular subject of the Hudson River School painters. A slightly longer trek opens up at Huckleberry Point into a panoramic view of Plattekill Clove, a steep and beautiful valley. To cool off, visitors have their pick of swimming holes to dive into. There is also plenty of culture to take in around Woodstock, including Opus 40, a sculpture park and museum. With so much to do, an overnight stay will maximize your time. Choose a luxury barn or well-appointed tipi from which to plan the next day’s excursion. We have everything you need on this list of unique rentals in Woodstock.