New Hampshire

Wolfeboro, New Hampshire | Photographs

Celebrating summer in the charming lakeside town of Wolfeboro, New Hampshire in photographs.

By Heather Marcus

Jun 09 2016

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Cate Park overlooking the bay hosts summer concerts, art shows and special events.

Photo Credit : Annie Graves
Wolfeboro, New Hampshire is the perfect destination for those seeking a small town experience alongside the largest lake in New Hampshire, and has drawn both presidents (French president Nikolas Sarkozy) and presidential candidates (Mitt Romney) seeking serenity and summer fun. Here, writer Annie Graves shares a collection of images from Wolfeboro, New Hampshire as part Yankee Magazine‘s ongoing “Could You Live Here” series. Highlighting towns with a small population, but plenty to offer in terms of a simpler way of life, the series celebrates the best of New England’s community spirit. Please enjoy this slideshow of some of our favorites from Wolfeboro, New Hampshire. See the full feature “Wolfeboro | Could You Live Here?” in the July/August 2016 issue of Yankee Magazine.
Wolfeboro, New Hampshire on the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee.
Wolfeboro, New Hampshire on the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee.
Photo Credit : Annie Graves
Downtown Grille Cafe deck overlooking Wolfeboro Bay.
Downtown Grille Cafe deck overlooking Wolfeboro Bay.
Photo Credit : Annie Graves
Hot Dog Bob's offers New York style franks all summer long.
Hot Dog Bob’s offers New York style franks all summer long.
Photo Credit : Annie Graves
A Saturday Evening Post cover highlights the work of "women on the home front" at the Wright Museum of WWII.
A Saturday Evening Post cover highlights the work of “women on the home front” at the Wright Museum of WWII.
Photo Credit : Annie Graves
Former Railroad Depot now is home to the town's visitor center.
Former Railroad Depot now is home to the town’s visitor center.
Photo Credit : Annie Graves
Dogs are welcome along the Bridge Falls Path with views of Back Bay.
Dogs are welcome along the Bridge Falls Path with views of Back Bay.
Photo Credit : Annie Graves
Cate Park overlooking the bay hosts summer concerts, art shows and special events.
Cate Park overlooking the bay hosts summer concerts, art shows and special events.
Photo Credit : Annie Graves
Wolfeboro Inn's Winnipesaukee Belle is a 19th century replica paddleboat offering scenic cruises around the lake.
Wolfeboro Inn’s Winnipesaukee Belle is a 19th century replica paddleboat offering scenic cruises around the lake.
Photo Credit : Annie Graves
The town motto scripted on a sign entering town.
The town motto scripted on a sign entering town.
Photo Credit : Annie Graves