Spectators are welcomed to all of our events and activities. Unless otherwise noted, there is no charge for spectating. Our snack bar and restrooms are open during major events, the barns are open for viewing horses up close, and there is lots of space for picnicking.
Please be aware that parking on the GMHA grounds is very limited. We ask for your cooperation during our events by parking only in areas to which you are directed.
Using GPS Systems
Find us on Google Maps!
Please note: We don't provide a physical address because it is not compatible with most GPS systems. *** GPS systems and Vermont don't mix! *** If you want to use your GPS to navigate to GMHA, please use the town of South Woodstock, noting that we are just half a mile south of "downtown" on Rt. 106.
*** We strongly advise you to stay on state highways while traveling! GPS systems often direct you onto dirt roads, snowmobile trails, and other dead ends.
Use your common sense when traveling to GMHA!
From Eastern New England:
Take I-89 North to White River Junction, VT. (Cross the river from New Hampshire into Vermont and pass the exits for Rt. I-91.) Take Exit 1 - Quechee/Woodstock to Rt. 4 West. Stay on Rt. 4 into Woodstock. When you get into Woodstock, watch for signs for Rt. 106 South. You will make a left to go around the Green and then make your first right onto Rt. 106 South. (Between the white Woodstock Inn and a brick building.)
Go approximately six miles into the town of South Woodstock. The road makes two sharp curves, then you will see a large white barn (GMHA's Upwey Barn). There will be brown shed row barns and the GMHA office. The entrance is by the GMHA sign.
From Southern New England:
Take I-91 to Exit 8. You will make a left off the exit ramp to Rt. 131 West. At the blinking light at Downers Four Corners, take a right onto Rt. 106 north. After approx. 12 miles, you will see GMHA on your right hand side. The GMHA entrance is on the right, after two brown shed row barns.
From Western New England:
Take NY Thruway to I-87 Northway to Exit 20. Take Rt. 149 to Fort Ann, then Rt. 4 to Rutland & Woodstock. Take Rt. 106 (right before Woodstock Inn) south 5 miles to GMHA.