About Wolfeboro

A summer walk down Wolfeboro’s Main Street is like a walk through Oscar Wilde’s play “Our Town”, the quintessential New Hampshire downtown. With weekly band concerts at the town’s lakeshore gazebo, a family-owned local bakery, and the “white elephant” sale at the annual hospital benefit fair, you’ll feel like you stepped back in time. Look a bit closer and you see the modern side of Wolfeboro that includes some of the area’s finest dining and nightspots, shopping and water sports.

Nestled between the eastern shores of Lake Winnipesaukee and the western shores of Lake Wentworth, the town of Wolfeboro offers much to its residents and visitors. Whether it is touring one of the country’s oldest hand-made pewter makers, walking the trails in the Sewall Woods Conservation Area, enjoying one of many beaches or ski areas, or even skateboarding at “The Nick”, the lake is just a part of the many things to do.

If you are looking for a change in scenery, New Hampshire’s White Mountains and the White Mountains National Forest are just an hour away and offer another wide range of recreation and exploring. Take a drive up the Mt. Washington Auto Road to the highest point in the Northeast, explore miles of trails for walkers and experienced backpackers, or visit North Conway’s many outlet stores.

Learn more about Wolfeboro, New Hampshire by visiting the town's website at wolfeboronh.us