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Festivals, Triathlon, Progressive Dinners, Knockerball & Dodgeball, Health/Nature/History Programs, Concerts, Plays, Farmers Market, Mingle & Meets, Tastings, Samplings, Murder Mystery, Bands, Car & Boat Shows & Races, Sales, etc.
Vintage Races, Car Climbs, Triathalons, Boating Events, Motorcycle Weekend, Sailing Reghattas, Holiday Specials, Country Fairs, Apple Festivals, Historical Reinactments, Farmers Markets, Local Historians, Summer Stock, Fly-ins
Furniture Making, Comedy Festivals, Restaurant Days, International Festivals, Craft Beer Emporiums, Semi-Pro Sporting Matches, State Park Ranger Programs, Jazz Festivals, Country Jamborees, State Country Fairs, Auto Races, Marathons, Group Tours
Picnics, Ice Cream, Explore Trails, Kid Friendly Concerts, Plays, Fairs & Festivals, Museums, Story Hour, Swim, Fly Kites, Beaches, Playgrounds, Arts & Crafts Programs, Displays & Demonstrations, Movies, Organized Athletic Programs, etc...
Free events, craft shows, carnivals, movies, concerts, playgrounds, sidewalk days, restaurants, coffee shops, pubs, boat building & shows, fishing derbies, fairs, book signings, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, biking, Motor Boats, Water toys & Lake Excursions, e
3 FREE BROAD SAND PUBLIC BEACHES. Clean, Clear & Family Friendly... Walk to Brewster Beach in 10 minutes away, Albee Beach is 20 minutes & Carry Beach is 30 minutes by foot, but most prefer to bring the car for convenience.
Local Walks: There are multiple opportunities for some spectacular Regional Hikes all around us… Because we are in the mountains and on this gorgeous lake, places like Tumble Down Dick, Bald Knob, Rattlesnake Mt and Mt. Major are all relatively short hikes with spectacular views… this is from the top of Mt. Major which is a 20 minute drive from us. Abenaki Fire Tower - Climb one of the last remaining Historic Fire Towers for a spectacular 360 view of the lake and mountains (30 minutes away and 10 minutes to the top). If you are an aggressive hiker and want an out of body experience, consider some of our larger presidential mountains (Mt. Washington, Mt. Lafayette, Cannon Mt). Click Large Mountains for options (don’t forget a milkshake on the veranda at the Historical Mt. Washington Grand Hotel).
BIKING: Free adult sized loaner bikes. Bridge Falls path - downtown Train Station to Albee Beach on Lake Wentworth (and beyond). Sewall Road (starts next to the Wolfeboro Inn) along the lake is a nice ride past 19th century lakefront masterpiece homes. You might also consider the Profile Trail from the base of Cannon Mt to the Flume (about an hour and a half drive, but WELL worth it.) There are some wonderful bike rides around here… or see Rails-Trails novice rides… but for additional information on a whole different level, I would check in with Nordic Skiier in town for the best routes, but you can also contact LikinBikin in Alton (but they are more Mountain Biking).
We have FREE LOANER KAYAKS to explore the canals, streams, and other waterways, but Fishermen and our boaters love the fact that rentals, equipment and free launches (Mast Landing, Back Bay, Front Bay) are only 5 minutes away. We have a couple marinas just a short distance away (Goodhue & Hawkins Navy Yard, Corinthian Yatch Club) that rent slips for about $75/day, but most of our clients simply keep their boats on the trailer and launch it for free at any of the local free launches when they want to go out on the lakes. You can keep a boat here with you if you like, but I would need to review your interest… Rent Standup Paddle Boards & Canoes, Jetskis, Sailboats, Rafts, Tubes, etc. See Lake Winnipesaukee's islands aboard the Sophie C Mailboat, Take an antique speed boat ride aboard the Millie B, or Cruise to all 5 ports aboard The Mt. Washington
Ice Cream Parlors, Pubs, Pizzarias, Cafe's, Taverns, Waterfront Restaurants, Gourmet, Mexican (El Centenario) , Italian, French (Mis En Place), Meditteranean (East of Suez) , Oriental (SeaBird, Westlake), Diners, Shows, Singers, Storytellers, La Boca,, Wolfe Trap Grill & Rawbar, Garwoods Restaurant and Pub, Bayside Grill & Tavern, The Bridge Diner, Cideer Press, Downtown Grille Cafe, Joe Greens Garden Cafe, Katie's Kitchen, Lydia's Cafe, Morrissey's Front Porch & Steakhouse, Nolan's Brick Oven Bistro, O'Bistro at the Inn on Main, Seven Suns Coffee, Dockside Grille & Dairy
13 courses within 20 miles of Wolfeboro, 10 public, & 3 private courses. The oldest course in the Wolfeboro area is the Kona Par-3 Club which was designed by N.P. Neilsen and opened in 1903. The longest course is The Lake Winnipesaukee Golf Club, which is 7,002 yards. Kingswood Golf Club, Inc. is rated the best course near Wolfeboro. The following courses have won various awards: The Lake Winnipesaukee Golf Club, Ridgewood Country Club.
Walking & driving is the best way to get to know the Lakes Region. Scenic drives along the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee and Lakes Sunapee while taking in the calming scenery that surrounds you. Or, take a walk through small Towns & Villages that make up this beautiful area. Walking tours allow you to get to know how the area came to be and are one of the best ways to get to know the extensive history behind this New England area!
Great Island Commons-New Castle * Odiorne State Park-Rye * Four Tree Island-Portsmouth * Cape Neddick Light House-Cape Neddick, ME * Seacoast Science Center-Rye * Childrens Museum of New Hampshire-Dover * Water Country-Portsmouth * York's Wild Kingdom-York, ME
WaterParks, Ziplines, Railways, Mountain Rides, River Floats, GoCarts, Arcades, Bike Rides, Boat Rides & Cruises, Natural Attractions, Santas Village, Polar Caves, Story Land, Ice Cream Smorgasborg,