Wolfeboro became known as, "The Oldest Summer Resort in America" in 1768 after Governor John Wentworth built his Lake Wentworth mansion. It is a year round destination for visitors, vacationers and residents.
Located on the eastern shore of Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire's largest lake & New England's 3rd largest, it's also home to Beach Pond, Crescent Lake, Rust Pond, Sargent’s Pond and Lake Wentworth. Wolfeboro is approximately 60 miles from Manchester, NH, 110 miles from Boston, MA and under 65 miles to Portland, ME.
Enjoy fishing, boating, swimming, hiking, biking, golfing, skiing and skating. Picnic in Cate Park and listen to the music at the gazebo, watch the Mount Washington come and go at the town docks. Take in a play or movie at the Village Player’s, listen to a concert with Friends of Music or the Great Water’s Music Festival. Experience museums, shopping, restaurants and more. Click here to learn more about the town of Wolfeboro, NH. Click here for current events.