Welcome to Wolfeboro, a quaint little town bounded on the east by Lake Winnipesaukee and on the the west by the shores of Lake Wentworth. Wolfeboro is known as “America’s oldest summer resort,” a lakeside northeastern vacation city that has been around since 1759 (incorporated in 1770). Wolfeboro is unmatched in its scenic beauty and small town New England character, a truly quintessential New Hampshire downtown location. Here you will find weekly concerts at the lakeshore gazebo, heavenly smelling family bakeries lining the streets, and even various white elephant sales in the windows of local boutiques and shops. This small town charm mixed with some of the finest dining, nightlife, shopping, and watersports make Wolfeboro the place to be in New Hampshire.
In Wolfeboro there is no main tourist season. The city provides excellent four season recreation opportunities plus a truly entertaining year-round schedule of cultural events. Take some time to learn at the Wright Museum, Kalled Gallery, or New Hampshire Boat Museum, then go blow off some steam and get a little wild at the Loon Conservation Center, Allen Albee Beach, Cate Park, or Monkey Trunks Zipline Tours. You can even shop till you drop at any of the many local shops, selling everything from chocolates and gifts to books and upscale petware! Once you’ve worked up an appetite you can head over to the Full Belli Deli or La Boca Bakery for delicious regional dishes, or maybe end your visit here on Molly the Trolley, a great touring opportunity!