Tuftonboro is a town on the shore of beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee. The town is home to 27 of Lake Winnipesaukee's islands. Tuftonboro is full of natural beauty as well as plenty of history. The town has hiking trails, scenic roads, mountain vistas, two public beaches on the lake, several boat launches for boating or kayaking. Additionally, there is ice fishing and cross country skiing in the winter. Tuftonboro is a town with plenty to keep you busy. Check out the links below to browse Tuftonboro real estate.
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The Tuftonboro community runs many fun family-friendly events. The Park and Recreation Department has a Facebook page with details about upcoming events. Recent events include fireworks, a scavenger hunt, and a Halloween event. The Tuftonboro community is close-knit of 2,387 and they’re ready to welcome new residents.
- Black's Paper Shop (Gift Shop)
- Golden Past (Antiques)
- Tuftonboro General Store (Groceries)
- Lake Dog (Clothing)
Tuftonboro residents often take a quick 15-minute drive to Wolfeboro, or other surrounding towns, to dine by the lake.
- Wolfetrap Grill & Rawbar (Seafood)
- Wolfe’s Tavern (American)
- Garwood’s Restaurant (American)
- The Farmers Kitchen (Breakfast)
Residents of Tuftonboro are part of the Governor Wentworth Regional School District. Children in grades K-6 attend Tuftonboro Central School. Then, they attend Kingswood Regional Middle School and Kingswood Regional High School. The district wants to welcome the opportunity to students to develop skills that will serve them well in the modern workplace.
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