About WolfeboroKnown as one of the oldest summer resorts in America, Wolfeboro attained this status in 1768 when Gov. John Wentworth of Massachusetts built the country's first summer home. A marker at the site, 5 miles east on SR 109, commemorates the estate. By the time the governor's manor house burned in 1820, it was no longer unique. Summer homes and resorts now line Lake Wentworth and the southeastern shore of Lake Winnipesaukee. Although it has an air of sedate venerability, modern Wolfeboro is a major lake port.
Visitor Centers Wolfeboro Area Chamber of Commerce 32 Central Ave. Wolfeboro, NH 03894. Phone:(603)569-2200 or (800)516-5324
Things to Do Clark House Museum Complex
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