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.
Boating, fishing, kayaking, waterskiing, and swimming
Hiking and biking
Barn dinners at The Barn at Pickering House
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.
Lake Winnipesaukee “Ice Out” Contest
Early-season hiking or late-season snowshoeing
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 town's downhill facility is the oldest small ski area in the country!
Cross country skiing and snowshoeing
Ice fishing, ice boating and ice skating
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.
Moulton’s Farm for cider donuts and other treats
Hiking Mt. Major to get a bird’s eye view of the trees
Tours, tasting and shopping at Tamworth Distilling
Biking the Cotton Valley Rail Trail