Tag Archives: things to do

Hiking in The Lakes Region

Hiking in New Hampshire is a sport as old as… well, New Hampshire! Suitable for every age and ability, some of our local favorites are listed below. Popular Walking Trails Waukewan Highlands, Meredith This multi-use managed forest offers 3 marked trails which all lead to a 3-acre pond. This trail is suitable to walking, biking,… Read More »

Biking, Blading & Skateboarding

If you’ve got wheels, Meredith’s country backroads and quaint shoreline offers great places for you to explore. Whether you want to ride on the roads, or off on the trails, there’s something to be found for everyone on two wheels. Gunstock Mountain Biking Center, on Guntock Mountain, offers miles of off-road trails. They also have… Read More »

Oak Hill Golf Course

This scenic 9-hole public golf course can be played by anyone. Annual memberships are available for those who visit or live nearby and they do have a fully stocked pro-shop. Rental carts & clubs are available. The snack bar & lounge area are popular spots for golfers and non-golfers alike. The Oak Hill Golf Course… Read More »

Castle in the Clouds

Moultonborough’s famed Castle in the Clouds is one of the area’s top attractions. Now operated as a historical museum, the estate was owned by Thomas Gustave Plant, who made his fortune in the shoe manufacturing industry, retiring as a millionaire at the age of 51 in 1910, after selling his business to the United Shoe… Read More »

Wolfeboro Historic Society

The Wolfeboro Historic Society maintains several property museums in the Wolfeboro area. The Society’s objective is “the encouragement of interest in the history of the Town of Wolfeboro, NH, by all appropriate means, including the collection, display and care of articles of historic interest pertaining to the history of Wolfeboro, and the ownership, lease or… Read More »

Lake Winnipesaukee

One of Wolfeboro’s main attraction is Lake Winnipesaukee. Winnipesaukee is the largest lake in the State of New Hampshire, and one of the largest lakes in the United States that lies within the boundaries of a single state. Surrounded by three mountain ranges, the wooded shoreline and crystal-clear water make this lake a popular year… Read More »

Wright Museum of World War II

If you’re looking for something interesting to do in Wolfeboro, plan a trip to the Wright Museum of World War II. The Wright Museum is a non-profit educational institution dedicated to recognizing and honoring the contributions and enduring legacy of WWII-era Americans. The museum is open daily from May 1st to October 31st and features… Read More »