Spring brings a gradual thaw that culminates in the official Lake Winnipesaukee “ice out” declaration. This is a quiet time of year in the Lakes Region as the snow melts, flowers gradually unfurl and the water begins to warm up.
Summer brings a bustle of activity to Wolfeboro as summer residents return and visitors flock to enjoy the lakes and mountains. Wolfeboro’s old-fashioned 4th of July parade (including our favorite – the Lawn Chair Brigade) is a particular highlight.
Warm days and cool nights bring a blaze of color to the trees by mid-October. Fall is still high season in the Lakes Region as visitors flock to the area to enjoy the scenery.
While some people use winter as a time to hunker down with a good book and a pot of soup, many Wolfeboro residents and visitors get outdoors and embrace the season with a wide range of sports. Wolfeboro has fabulous cross-country ski trails and our downhill facility is the oldest small ski area in the country!