Wolfeboro is a town located in Carroll County, New Hampshire. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 6,083.
On the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee, Wolfeboro is a popular summer destination for families from Boston and Southern New Hampshire. The self-appointed town nickname “The Oldest Summer Resort in America” indicates its long history as a summer retreat. Recently, it has also become a popular year-round home for many seeking an idyllic, small town existence. Its downtown is extremely picturesque, with small shops lining the main street and large public docks on the lake shore.
This article describes the town as a whole. Additional demographics are available that describe only the main settlement or village area within the town. Those values, however, are included in the aggregate numbers reported here. See: Wolfeboro (CDP), New Hampshire.
Web Sites and Links
Webster: WolfeboroMunicipal facts and information from the state government.
Wolfeboro Chamber of CommerceServes Wolfeboro and nearby towns. Lists area attractions, lodging and dining guides, events calendar, membership benefits, and related links.
Wolfeboro OnlineLinks to area businesses, organizations, services, weather forecasts, and lodging; town government information, town maps and history; lake facts, photos, postcards, web cams, and message board.