Exploring the Oldest Summer Resort Town in America: Wolfeboro, NH!

View of Lake Winnipesaukee from the Wolfeboro Town Docks

I’ve always been fond of the lovely lakeside community of Wolfeboro, New Hampshire.  One of the first things I like to do when I take a trip to the town, is head to the town docks and just sit back and enjoy the beautiful views of the Big Lake (aka Lake Winnipesaukee).  But beyond the scenic beauty, you’ll find the small town charm that many New Hampshire towns are known for, and let’s talk about all the things you can see and do when you’re visiting.

We packed a lot into our trip to town. As promised here are links to the places we highlighted while there:  Wolfeboro Trolley Company, New Hampshire Boat Museum, The Wright Museum, and the Wolfeboro Recreational Rail Trail.  There are certainly many, many more sights to see and places to visit and a great resource for more information is the Wolfeboro Area Chamber of Commerce.

Thought I’d share a few of the pictures I captured on my travels through town.  Enjoy! Be sure to stay tuned for our next v-log when we head to the town that boasts the oldest surviving covered bridge in the world!

Flowers and view of Lake Winnipesaukee
View to Wolfeboro Bay from the town docks
Wooden Boat inside the New Hampshire Boat Museum
At the New Hampshire Boat Museum

 

Army tank outside of museum
At the Wright Museum

 

Fresh fruits from a local farm

 

Remote Control Model Yacht boats racing in the water
The Back Bay Skippers from the NH Boat Museum racing their model yachts in the lake.

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