Wolfeboro, New Hampshire
The Jewel of Lake Winnipesaukee™
Nestled on the eastern shore of Lake Winnipesaukee and surrounded by the pristine beauty of forests and mountains, Wolfeboro is a quintessential New England community with a rich heritage.
Distinguished as “The Oldest Summer Resort in America,” Wolfeboro has grown to become a four-season vacation destination as well as a cherished home for full-time residents.
A visit to Wolfeboro can be whatever you want it to be: a romantic getaway, a fun-filled family weekend or
a quiet respite from hectic city life. Here you’ll find a myriad of shops, art galleries and museums, as well as a tempting array of restaurants, bed and breakfasts and inns.
In the summer the town bustles with sight-seeing, concerts, summer theater and craft fairs. Sports enthusiasts
enjoy boating, fishing and swimming. Shoppers delight in the many locally-owned shops and boutiques.
In the fall, spectacular foliage creates photo opportunities at every turn. Nearby country fairs abound with a
cornucopia of produce, farm animals, and crafts. The crisp weather invites long country walks and evenings by the fire.
Under a blanket of glistening snow, Wolfeboro becomes a winter wonderland for skiing, snowmobiling,
skating, ice fishing and more.“Ice Out” on Lake Winnipesaukee heralds the onset of spring, syrup flows from the maple trees and a delicate green mist decorates the forest, the harbinger of the summer to come.
Come visit. Explore. Shop. Dine. Ski. Fish. Boat. Hike. Golf. Picnic. Laugh. Talk. Share. Nap. Dream. Stay.
You can do everything or nothing at all in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire — The Jewel of Lake Winnipesaukee™.
Courtesy of the Wolfeboro Chamber of Commerce