With a picturesque location right on the lake, Wolfeboro is known as the "Jewel of Lake Winnipesaukee" and is referred to as the "oldest summer resort in America". There’s plenty of natural beauty to explore with Wentworth State Park, Lake Wentworth, and Lake Winnipesaukee in proximity. The nightlife, shopping, and dining options are more pros to spending time in Wolfeboro. Check out the links below to browse Wolfeboro real estate.
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Wolfeboro is a community of 6,389 residents, but that number spikes in the summer months. The town keeps in contact over a Facebook group to keep residents informed with town news, school news, other events, information, missing pets, posts for a babysitter, photos of events, etc. Examples of town events include the weekly farmer’s market and the Christian Community Youth Group.
- Wolfeboro Casuals (Clothing)
- Lupine Home & Gift (Home goods)
- Back Bay Clothing (Clothing)
- Country Bookseller (Books)
- O Bistro at The Inn On Main (American)
- Morrisseys' Front Porch (Seafood)
- Lydia's Cafe of Wolfeboro (Breakfast)
- Nolans Brick Oven Bistro (Pizza)
Wolfeboro uses the Governor Wentworth Regional School District. The district includes one school for K-3, one school for grades 4-6, four schools that serve grades K-6, one middle school, and one high school. Kingswood Regional High School is known for welcoming opportunities for students to develop skills that will serve them well in the modern workplace.
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