Outdoor Activities


Bring your boat with you! Dock space is available upon request.


Our great Sandy Beach has a gradual entry to the lake and is great for kids as well as adults.


At 21 miles long and 213 at its max depth, Lake Winnipesaukee is home to a variety of fish. Fish species include: Salmon, cusk, smelt, rainbow trout, brook trout, yellow perch, lake trout, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, pickerel, white perch, hornpout, sunfish, whitefish.

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Volleyball & Badminton

The resort offers a volleyball net and a playground.

Kayaks, Canoes & Paddleboards

Available for your use on-site

Scenic Views

Scenic Train Rides

Enjoy a one or two-hour scenic train ride along the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee.

Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad:

Cog Railway:

Winnepeasaukee Bell

Enjoy a memorable, relaxing lake experience when you cruise aboard the Winnipesaukee Belle, a replica 19th-century paddleboat. This 65-foot boat is an unforgettable venue. With two decks, an open-air upper deck, and an enclosed lower deck salon with restrooms and a bar, the Belle can accommodate up to 100 guests for wedding receptions, parties, reunions, and outings. All catering is provided by The Wolfeboro Inn.

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For the Kids

Walk the Boardwalk at Weirs Beach

The boardwalk begins on Lakeside Avenue and runs the full length of Weirs Beach. You will discover a gorgeous view of the lake and the mountains at every step. You can visit the beach or docks from five different areas of the boardwalk while you are walking. Visit the website:


Logs of Fun Amusement Park:

Funspot Arcade (Largest Arcade in the World):

Wolfeboro Town Docks

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You are able to dock your boat downtown at the docks. – 2 HOUR LIMIT


Visit the Moultonborough Country Store

The Old Country Store and Museum is located at 1011 Whittier Highway in Moultonborough, NH. The store is perhaps one of the oldest stores in the United States, at 228 years old.

Per the website: In 1777 General Jonathan Moulton sold this piece of land to Samuel Burnham “with barn frame thereon”. It was sold again in 1779 to George Freese, “trader”, Records of Bradbury Richardson, one of the first settlers, show transactions between the two – “labors for goods, July 30, 1781”. Hollands New Hampshire, printed in London, England March 1, 1784, shows the store as the only building in this part of town. The year the fieldwork was done is not known. The store is among the oldest in the country and also one of the oldest surviving businesses of any kind. It has been the scene of town meetings in the early 1800s, and again in the 1900s; the library; post office for over 100 years; and a stage stop.

Not convinced already? Take a look at their website and go visit the historic store today!

Wolfeboro Downtown Shops

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