Monday, June 16, 2008

Why We Recommend Wolfeboro, NH, as a Great New England Travel Destination

Article and Photo by Eric H.
Someone forgot to tell Wolfeboro, NH, to be loud, obnoxious and overly commercial. Unlike other well-known New England vacation destinations that have become a shell of its former charming self, Wolfeboro remains true to its original billing of being "America's oldest resort community."

Not that Wolfeboro is an isolated tourist destination with nothing to do. Sure, Wolfeboro has many pleasant downtown clothing, boutique and gift shops, dining options, and crowds. That's very different, however, than being overwhelmed by amusement parks with water slides, cheesy souvenir chops and people who always seem to be yelling at someone or something. Wolfeboro, on the other hand, keeps it small-but-developed downtown in relatively peaceful check. The presence of Lake Winnipesaukee in the "backyard" of the downtown (with a classic gazebo), the grace of the renowned 1812-constructed Wolfeboro Inn, grand mountain views, the fresh mountain air, and the general civility of the crowds makes Wolfeboro a highly recommended vacation destination on the more quiet eastern shores of Lake Winnipesaukee.

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