What a great introduction to Wolfeboro, N.H., when the Chamber of Commerce is located in an absolutely beautiful, historic building called Wolfeboro Station!
We highly recommend visiting the nice folks at the Wolfeboro Chamber of Commerce before exploring Wolfeboro, N.H., and surrounding communities. Wolfeboro -- nestled on the eastern shores of Lake Winnipesaukee -- goes beyond just being a place with a lake and some cute, little shops, inns and restaurants. It is a classic New England small town with lots to do, but not in an overbearing programmed "Hey, everybody, look at how much fun I am having" kind of way. Museums, sightseeing tours, theater, concerts, arts and crafts shows, community dinners, hiking trails, scenic back roads drives and boating, fishing and swimming opportunities await you in a truly underrated area of New Hampshire. It just feels normal here, not some phony manufactured marketer's dream.
Known as the "Oldest Summer Resort in America," Wolfeboro might not have that high profile personality of some other New England travel destinations where every vacation element is at your doorstep. To me, Wolfeboro has so many memorable vacation peaks and very few valleys -- a place where you might have to explore a little more to capture the true magic of the area. I have experienced this feeling time and time again, starting as a kid and getting to know the area better as a young adult. You come away with an added appreciation upon every visit, it seems. Now well beyond a young adult, I hope to get to know this Lakes Region town even better after not visiting for several years.
Again, we highly recommend chatting with an expert on the region at the Wolfeboro Chamber to fully maximize your Wolfeboro vacation. I regard them as some of the nicest, most knowledgeable Chamber people I've talked with around New England.
If you have been to Wolfeboro, we'd love to hear your comments!
Wolfeboro, NH offers rest and relaxation in America's oldest resort community