Many events, including July 4th parade and fireworks, have been canceled; there is still much to see, do, and enjoy around Lake Winnipesaukee.
The Wofeboro area is mix of a downtown area surrounded by a rural setting offering visitors multiple experiences. Walk in downtown while you browse unique shops and galleries. Have lunch overlooking the water. Get on the lake with a boat or kayak. Ride your bike along the water for miles.
Wolfeboro offers trails and beaches click here for a detailed list with links.
There are several ways to get on the lake: chartered boat ride, boating with your own boat or renting one, paddleboard, jet-ski, canoe, or kayak.
Millie B - wooden boat ride
Dive Winnipesaukee - paddleboard, canoe, & kayak rentals
Goodhue & Hawkins - boat rentals
To enjoy the lake from the water's edge Brewster Beach is open to the public and non-residents; it is the best beach because it is right on Wolfeboro Bay.
Or take a walk along the water. Start at Wolfeboro's Town Docks and walk past Back Bay, Crescent Lake, and Lake Wentworth on the "rail trail". Click here