Museums 

Scenic Landmarks

Weirs Beach

Castle in the Clouds

Mt. Washington Auto Road

Hours: 10-530 thru October 21st

Location:  455 Old Mountain Road, Moultonboro

Cost: $17 adults, Seniors $14, Children (5-17)$10, 4 and under free, veterens $12, active military free  

Info: Castle in the Clouds is a 16-room mansion and 5,500-acre mountaintop estate opened seasonally to the public by the Castle Preservation Society. It overlooks Lake Winnipesaukee and the Ossipee Mountains from a rocky outcropping of Lee Mountain formerly known as "The Crow's Nest".

Location: Laconia 

​​​​​​​Info: Hands down the most popular and well known beach in the Lakes Region, Weirs Beach lies in the northern corner of Laconia on Lake Winnipesaukee.  It’s not just a beach but a focal point of activities, recreation, and where many attractions are located.  With an unusual density of arcades, it’s also an exceptional place to bring the kids.  Next to the beach along Lakeside Ave lies the boardwalk.  Rebuilt in 2010, the boardwalk is over 1300 feet long and offers amazing views of Lake Winnipesaukee and the Ossipee mountains.

Hours: 8-6

Location: 1 Mount Washington Auto Road 

Cost: Car and Driver $31, Adult passenger $9, child (5-12) $7, under 5 is free

Info: One of a kind experience, panormaic views of area. unique location in Pinkham Notch provides spectacular views into the Great Gulf Wilderness and the Presidential Mountain Range as you drive yourself or take a guided tour to the summit of Mt Washington. 

Essentials 

Hannafords - Groceries 

Rite Aid - Pharmacy

Irving / Citgo Gas Stations

Dunkin Donuts 

Tractor Supply

Ocean State Job Lot

Hours: 8-9 Daily, Pharmacy 8-8

Location: 910 Rte 16 Ossipee

 

Hours: 7-9 Daily

Location:  891 Rte 16, Osspiee

 

 

Irving: 885 Rte 16 Ossipee

Hours: 5-11 daily 

 

Citgo: 865 Rte 16 Ossipee 

Hours: Open 24 hrs 

Hours: 5-10 Daily 

Location:  870 Rte 16, Ossipee 

 

Hours: 8-9 daily 

Location: 901 Rte 16, Ossipee

 

Hours: Mon-Sat 8-9, Sun 9-8

Location: 895 Rte. 16, Ossipee

 

Family Dollar

Ace Hardware

Car Wash

Hours: 8-9 Daily 

Location: 903 Rte 16, Ossipee 

 

Hours: 8-6 Mon-Fri, 8-5 Sat, 9-3 Sun 

Location: 755 Rte 16, Ossipee

 

Hours: Open 24 hours 

Location: 760 Rte 16, Ossipee

 

Parks 

Beaches/Swimming

Hiking

Abenaki--Sewall Woods Bike Paths

Bridge Falls Path

Cotton Valley Trail 

Hours: Dawn to Dusk

Location: Cleveland Beach Road, Ossipee 

Directions: Take Rte 16 North, just before Dunkin Donuts take a right onto  

Cost: FREE

Info: No lifeguards on duty. Access to this beach does require a short walk down a slight hill.   

Hours: Dawn to Dusk

Location: Sandwich Notch Road, Sandwich

Directions: Follow Rte 171 W and  Rte 109 N to Grove St. in Sandwich.  Take Diomond Ledge Rd to Sandiwch Notch Rd.

Cost: FREE

Info: Beede Falls and the Cow Cave, with its sandy shallow swimming pool and lower falls area at Mead Base, is a beautiful quarter-mile walk, which is perfect for a family picnic on a hot summer day.  Swim under a waterfall and slide down rock slides! 

Hours: Dawn to Dusk

Location: 94 State Park Road, Tamworth

Directions: Take Rte 16 North.

Cost: Adults: $5 Children (6-11): $2

Info: Lifeguards on duty 10am to 4pm, mid June through end of August. Home to the annual Granite Man Triathlon on the third Saturday in August, Carry Beach is a secluded, quiet and shallow beach perfect for young swimmers and families.  The parking lot is plowed and provides public access to the beach during the winter months for ice fishing, skiing, etc…Swim at your own risk when no lifeguards present.

Hours: Dawn to Dusk

Location:  Trotting Track Road 

Rte 28 South, take a right about 2 miles from Rte 109A

Cost: FREE

Info: The Nicholas J. Pernokas Recreation Park, known a "The Nick" is home to one of the finest recreational facilities located in the New Hampshire Lakes Region.  The Nick provies space for local sports leagues including Cal Ripken Baseball, Abenaki Boys and Girls Lacrosse, Wofeboro Parks & Rec. Soccer and Track, Brewster Baseball, Kingswood Track and Field.   The Nick helps organized prorams throughout the greater Wolfeboro area by providing more regreational space for a greater number of people.  

Hours: Dawn to Dusk

Location: 201 Forest Road, Wolfeboro

Directions: Take Rte 28 South to the stop sign in Wolfeboro, take a right onto S. Main St.  Drive about 1.2 mi. through downtown area and take a left Forest Rd.  Beach is just under 1 mile on the right.

Cost: FREE

Info: Lifeguards on duty 10am to 4pm, mid June through end of August. Home to the annual Granite Man Triathlon on the third Saturday in August, Carry Beach is a secluded, quiet and shallow beach perfect for young swimmers and families.  The parking lot is plowed and provides public access to the beach during the winter months for ice fishing, skiing, etc…Swim at your own risk when no lifeguards present.

Carry Beach

Hours: Dawn to Dusk

Cost: FREE

About: Network of biking and walking paths that stretch from Abenaki Ski Area to Downtown Wolfeboro and then on to the Sewall Woods Conservation Area. The paths are crushed stone dust and are easily passable on bikes, walking, wheelchairs--even a tricycle! No motorized vehicles please. 

Hours: Always Open

Location: Popular access points are at the Wolfeboro Railroad Depot, Albee Beach and Fernald Crossing

Cost: FREE

About: Come enjoy this ½ mile multi-use trail that connects to a regional network of multi-use trails. The Bridge Falls path provides a scenic walk, run or bike along the shores of Back Bay in between the Railroad Depot downtown to Wolfeboro Falls. After Crossing Route 28, it becomes the Cotton Valley Trail and continues on towards Albee Beach, Wakefield and beyond.

Hours: Dawn to Dusk

Location: Access points at  Albee Beach, Mast Landing, Fernald Crossing and from the  Bridge Falls Path.

Cost: FREE

About: The Cotton Valley Trail connects with the Bridge Falls Path to provide multi-use rail trail access through Wolfeboro, along the shores of Crescent Lake and Lake      Wentworth and onwards to Wakefield and beyond. Managed by the  Cotton Valley Trail Committee (CVTC), the Cotton Valley Trail provides year round recreational opportuntiies and green-commuting options for Wolfeboro residents.

The Wright Museum 

Libby Museum 

Boat Museum

Hours: Open May 1st to October 31st 

Monday—Saturday: 10:00AM–4:00PM
Sunday: Noon–4:00PM

Location:  77 Center St., Wolfeboro 

Cost: Members are free, Children 4 and under free, Students (5-17) $6, Adults $10, Military and Seniors $8

About:  The Wright Museum is a non-profit educational institution dedicated to recognizing and honoring the contributions and enduring legacy of WWII-era Americans. 

Hours: Sat 10-4, Sun: 12-4

OPENS AGAIN JUNE 1 2019

Location: 755 North Main St., Wolfeboro

Cost: FREE to under 16s, FREE to Veterans, $5/adult
About: Dr Henry Forrest Libby grew up in Tuftonboro, and became a collector in his adult life.  In 1912 he built a home for his collection, The Libby Museum of Natural History. Starting with butterflies and moths, the amateur naturalist built a private collection of hundreds of items. Other collections followed, including Abenaki relics and early-American farm and home implements.
Come see, and enjoy the museum, and the scavenger hunts and nature trail (with hidden bears).

Hours: 10-4 Mon-Sat, Sun 12-4

Location: 399 Center St., Wolfeboro

Cost: Adults $7, Children (7-17) $3, 6 and under free, Seniors 65+ $5, Family pass 2 adults/2 children $17. 

About:  The museum features many of the finest examples of vintage mohagany and antique boats. 

 

 

 

White Lake

Hours: Dawn to Dusk

Location: Downtown Wolfeboro

Cost: FREE

Info: Multiuse Recreation area in downtown Wolfeboro. Come enjoy lit tennis courts, soccer fields, baseball diamond, basketball courts and the Sue Glenn Playground. Adjacent to Back Bay, and the Bridge Falls Path, Foss Field is a great place to come enjoy organized sports, a picnic or just an afternoon game of pickup ultimate Frisbee. Located behind Harvest Market, playground for children. 

Hours: Always Open

Location: Downtown Wolfeboro

Cost: FREE

Info: Cate Park is right in the heart of Wolfeboro and overlooks Wolfeboro Bay and the town docks.  It’s a beautiful park and a great place to bring your lunch or ice cream and sit and enjoy the view. The park is home to a set of sculptures which are tucked in amongst the plants and flower beds. The park definitely comes alive in the summer and every Wednesday night, the Cate Park Band can be found playing at the bandstand and every Saturday night the bandstand hosts a different guest band – from bluegrass, to oldies, to big band, and more.  Cate Park is a beautiful spot and definitely worth checking out on your visit to Wolfeboro!

Lake Wentworth

Lake Winnipesaukee

Lake Winnipesaukee

Town Beach

Beede Falls

White Lake State Park

Duncan Lake

Area Information / Attractions

The Nick

Cate Park

Foss Field

Hours: Dawn to Dusk

Location: Off of Clark Road, Wolfeboro

Directions: Take Rte 28 South to the stop sign in Wolfeboro, take a left onto S. Main St.  Drive about .3 mi. take right onto Clark Rd.  Beach is about .4 mi. on the right.

Cost: FREE

Info: Lifeguards on duty 10am to 4pm, mid June through end of August. Located on the grounds of Brewster Academy, Brewster Beach is operated by the Wolfeboro Department of Parks and Recreation. Home to the swim lesson program and Swim Team, Brewster Beach is bustling with activity all summer long. Come to sunbathe, swim, or enjoy lunch or dinner at one of the picnic tables. The beach is open sunrise to sunset year round. The parking lot is plowed and provides public access to the beach during the winter months for ice fishing, skiing, etc.  Swim at your own risk when no lifeguards present

Brewster Beach

Hours: Dawn to Dusk

Location: 60 Albee Beach Lane, Wolfeboro 

Directions: Take Rte 28 South, 2 miles from Rte 109A take a left 

(Across from The Nick/Trotting Track Road)

Cost: FREE

Info: Lifeguards on duty 10am to 4pm mid June through end of August. This secluded and quiet beach offers swimming and picnicking on beautiful Lake Wentworth. Enjoy the 2 charcoal grills during the summer months (first come first served), relax at one of the many picnic tables or combine a trip to the beach with a bike ride on the Cotton Valley Trail. A favorite afternoon for many locals is to park at Albee Beach, ride bikes on the Cotton Valley Trail to downtown Wolfeboro for lunch or ice cream, then ride back for a refreshing swim at the beach. The parking lot is closed after the first snow and reopens when the snow melts in the spring. Swim at your own risk when no lifeguards present. 

Allen Albee Beach

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