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The Oldest Summer Resort in America

Set on the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee, Wolfeboro's appeal comes from it scenic beauty, small town New England charm, and rich history. Wolfeboro is such a wonderful place to live, work and play. Whether your coming to Wolfeboro for the day, the summer, or forever we think you will love it here.

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A place to come home too with the charm of yesteryear. Quaint porches call to you to sit and relax as you watch sailboats in the distance. Wolfeboro’s Main Street combines the charm of an older lakeside town and an arts colony. Wolfeboro’s charm welcomes you and reminds you of days gone by - leaving you wanting to return again soon

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Finding Wolfeboro

Wolfeboro is located at the head of Wolfeboro Bay on Lake Winnipesaukee at the junction of routes 28 and 109, making it easy to travel to other parts of the State or head 2 hours south to Boston. Wolfeboro encompasess the community of Wolfeboro Falls which is just 1 mile north of Wolfeboro. Wolfeboro is home to Wentworth State Park, a 50-acre state park on the shore of Lake Wentworth.

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Shopping & Dining

Wolfeboro offers a variety of unique stores and delicious restaurants in town. You will find things like antique stores and art galleries as well as gift shops and a quaint bookstore. If you are looking for a place to grab a bite to eat and watch the world go by while enjoying lake views we recommend checking out Wolfeboro Dockside Grille & Dairy Bar, Garwoods Restaurant, Downtown Grille Cafe, Wolfetrap Grill & Rawbar.

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Outside Offerings

There are lots of public outdoor spaces to enjoy your day in Wolfeboro. Cate Park, Wentworth State Park, Carry Beach, and Brewster Beach are just a handful of the places that come alive on nice days. Cate Park is situated in the heart of Wolfeboro overlooking Wolfeboro Bay and the docks.
During the summer in Cate Park there are wonderful free concerts - and art exhibits, check in with the Wolfeboro Chamber of Commerce for dates and times.

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Walking/Rail Trails

The Bridge Falls/Cotton Valley Rail Trail is a 12+ mile bike/walking trail that meanders along historic railroad tracks connecting Wolfeboro to the town of Wakefield. This is a must see for all - with amazing water and mountain views the trail is bookended by wonderful glimpses of its railroad history. The trail is flat making it ideal for a morning stroll or a run, or walking your dog. In the winter cross-country skiing is popular.
You can park and begin your walk at the Railroad Depot in downtown Wolfeboro - just past the old train station.

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Museums in Wolfeboro

The New Hampshire Boat Museum is an experiential museum that offers a variety of hands-on programs and events. Visitors enjoy a number of boats on display within the museum as well as the thrill of riding in a vintage boat in the New Hampshire Boat Museum’s very own 1928 replica Hacker Craft. You can also sign up for boat building classes for adults, families, and youth; community sailing for youths and adults; a week long summer camp program for children; lecture series; boat restoration; and model yachting.
The Wright Museum of World War II, preserves the World War II era from the battle fields to the home front. Exhibits are change seasonally be sure to check them out - a great outing for the whole family.
The Libby Museum, founded in 1912 is the oldest natural history museum in New Hampshire and its programs and exhibits tell all about our state.

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Winter in Wolfeboro

Wolfeboro’s scenery goes from beautiful to stunning with a blanket of snow in the winter. The Abenaki Ski Area is home to a multitude of trails that vary in skill level, a terrain park, and a lodge. The Wolfeboro Cross County club provides more than 18 miles of trails available for both skiing and snowshoeing, offering guided snowshoe tours on Saturdays in January. The Pop Whalen Ice Arena offers skating lessons as well as free skate times. In addition to the rink itself there is a snack bar, and locker rooms at the Arena.

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Brewster Academy

Brewster Academy is co-education boarding and day school situated in downtown Wolfeboro and sits on the beautiful shoreline of Lake Winnipesaukee. Brewster is a world-renowned diverse community known for its academics and sports. Brewster Academy was founded in 1820 by local citizens, originally called Wolfeboro & Tuftonboro Academy, in 1887 it was renamed Brewster Free Academy in honor of benefactor John Brewster. The school was open to the local population for more than 140 years. Brewster transitioned to its more traditional and current role in 1965.

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Local Area Highlights

The Nick was created and is maintained by donations and is a wondeful place for all ages; sporting events, dog park, playground, running/walking track.
Wolfeboro Area Farmers Market runs year around. The fall/winter indoor market is open the firsts & third Saturday of the month located at The Wolfeboro Congregational Church on Main Street. The spring/summer outdoor market is open every Thursday at Clark Park - next to the library. Come and visit the local vendors, wonderful local farms & businesses.
Wolfeboro Food Co-op offers high-quality, organic, local, natural foods & products that are fairly priced. Most of there products are from New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, and Massachusetts. Open year around in Wolfeboro on Varney Road.
There are three town beaches and a state park that are all wonderful to visit, Carry Beach and Brewster Beach on Lake Winnipesaukee. Allen Albee Beach and Wentworth State Park on Lake Wentworth.
Sewall Woods, is a wonderful 3 mile loop, great for getting outdoors during all four seasons. Enjoy walking, hiking, cross country skiing, snowshoeing. Dogs are also allowed on leashes.

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Parks & Recreation

The Wolfeboro Parks and Recreation Department provides year-round recreation opportunities and fun for residents and visitors of all ages.
They oversee parks, beaches, a multi-use trail systems, Abenaki ski area, the Pop Whalen ice arena, and conservation areas. With recreational programs for ages 3-100+, including summer day camp, sailing & swim lessons, ski lessons, there is something for everyone.

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