In 1969, the Bindy Bazaar was a marketplace and trail system that acted as the heart of Woodstock, connecting two major areas of festival grounds.
In the woods, attendees sold crafts, bartered for goods, avoided the rain, and reunited with friends. In 2014, as stewards of the historic site, Bethel Woods commissioned a report to recommend ways in which to better preserve and interpret the site for guests. Landscape historians and architects produced an enlightening and detailed Cultural Landscape Report, which describes the natural and human-made features of the landscape, which remain remarkably similar to its historic condition. The report makes 21 concrete recommendations for how the site can be better preserved, interpreted, and made more authentic. One such faction was developing the trails within the Bindy Bazaar woods.