Sap House Meadery
They closed on the sale of the building in January of 2010 and went to work remodeling it. It wasn't until August of 2010 that they received their Wine Manufacturers License. Matt and Ash quickly went to work and made their first batches - Sugar Maple, their current flagship mead and a Peach Maple, that became what they call "an Occasional".
The technique that they use to make the mead requires about 6 months for fermentation and aging, so Sap House Meadery could not open until February 2011... If it was ready. It was!
Sap House Meadery opened its doors to the public February 11th, 2011. Matt and Ash had only 75 gallons to open with (the equivalent of about 700 bottles) which they thought would last a year. To their amazement, it lasted only 9 weeks!
Since then, almost all of their meads have won international awards from the Finger Lakes International Wine Competition to the Mazer Cup and are distributed in 8 states!
Most recently, they have renovated the meadery again after purchasing the garage next door and turned it into a 2000 square foot production space, and created an amazing tasting room that offers tapas style tacos, cheese boards, beers, meads and craft cocktails to its guests!
Tamworth Distilling & Mercantile
Birth Place of H. H. Holmes
The birth place of H. H. Holmes, born Herman Mudgett, one of the most prolific American serial killers.
Grave of Claude Rains
The final resting place of actor Claude Rains, at Red Hill Cemetery in Moultonborough.
The 1890s mansion of Benjamin Ames Kimball, a railroad executive. Vacant for decades and listed on Haunted Places, the property and its five buildings are held by the town in hopes of future restoration.
New Hampshire Mushroom Company
Moore Farm Country Store
Castle in the Clouds
Historic mansion tours, Lucknow Brewery and Castle Springs water tours. Hiking, snack bar, horseback riding and gift shop. Spectacular views of Lake Winnipesaukee. Fun for the entire family. Open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. mid-May to mid-October. Call for details.
Address: Route 171, Moultonboro, NH 03254
Learn More: www.castlesprings.com
Kingswood Golf Club
The Winnipesaukee Belle is a 65-foot replica 19th century paddleboat offering daytime scenic cruises, Thirty Thursday dancing cruises, and Sunday sunset cruises. Hotel guests receive a special discount on daytime cruise tickets.
Offered also for private charter, the 'Belle' accommodates up to 100 people.
Function menus are available, ranging from cocktails and hors d'oeuvre to Lobster Buffets. Adding to the up-scale amenities inside the cabin is a fully stocked bar. Two decks offer a choice of cruising outdoors under the canopy, or indoors in our main salon, air-conditioned/heated for your comfort. Come join us for a cruise of a lifetime!
Boards: Wolfeboro Town Docks
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Loon Center and Markus Wildlife Sanctuary
The Loon Center provides informational displays and videos about loons. Follow the Markus Sanctuary trail for 2 miles along the shore of Lake Winnipesaukee. Suitable for all ages, free admission.
Address: 183 Lees Mill Road, Moultonboro, NH
Learn More: www.loon.org
Address: Forest Rd., Wolfeboro, NH
Millie B. Antique Boat Rides
Family farmstand, ice cream, pumpkins
Location: 620 Center Street
Cotton Valley Rail-Trail
A 12-mile railroad corridor stretching from Lake Winnipesaukee to the railroad turntable in Sanbornville. It meanders across three lakes, many trestles, Cotton Valley and winds through scenic woods and fields.
Great Waters Music Festival
Great Waters is a summer concert series offered to the public in an acoustical tent on the shore of beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee at Brewster Academy. Programs include classical, jazz, folk, and popular celebrities and groups.
Address: 56 North Main Street, Wolfeboro, NH 03894
Learn More: www.greatwaters.org
Wolfeboro Jet Ski
Wolfeboro Inn guests receive a 15% discount on rental fees.
The State of New Hampshire requires anyone who is to drive a vessel (including PWC’s) must be 16 years of age and have a valid Safe Boaters Education Certificate. If you already have a boater’s license we would ask of you to please bring your license with you to your rental so it is onboard the vessel at all times as required by law.
If you don’t already have a safe boater’s license, we are licensed by the State of New Hampshire to issue you a 14-Day Temporary Boaters Certificate. To obtain a temporary certificate please thoroughly read the included Boater’s Guide before coming into Wolfeboro Jet-Ski's office to take a 25-question test on their computer.
High Meadows Farms Horseback Riding
Moondala Yoga Studio
A yoga studio overlooking Wolfeboro’s Back Bay on Lake Winnipesaukee.
Location: 23 N Main Street
Still Waters Health and Wellness
Wellness, massage, yoga
Location: 6 Grove Street
Hay rides, apple picking, cider making and pumpkins for Halloween
Address: 563 Pleasant Valley Rd., Wolfeboro, NH
Working family farm, maple sugaring
Location: 503 Sheridan Road, Moultonborough
The Maize at Sherman Farm
Corn mazes, weekend hay rides and activities for the kids, like a hay bale maze, petting zoo or picking your own pumpkins
Address: 18 Quarry Rd., Meredith, NH
The Olde Ways at Mustard Seed Farm
Organic, self-sustaining family farm. Farm stand with fresh meats, produce, gifts.
Location: 288 Haines Hill Road
Conservation area and trail system. Preserved by Lakes Region Conservation Trust.
Trail entrance at Clow Road, which is walking distance from the inn.
Wentworth State Park
Address: Route 109, Wolfeboro, NH
Abenaki Ski Area & Pop Whalen Ice Arena
America's oldest small skiing area.
Location: 390 Pine Hill Road
Nordic Skier Sports
Wolfeboro XC Ski Association
Tubing, snowmobiling, disc golf
Address: 107 Moose Mountain Road, Brookfield, NH
Nicholas J. Pernokas Recreation Park "The Nick"
Skate park, playground, athletic fields, track
Location: 10 Trotting Track Road
Address: 719 Cherry Mountain Rd., Laconia, NH 03247
A 5-minute walking trail from the parking area to an 80' tower overlooking Lake Winnipesaukee and the Ossipee Mountains. Route 109, Tuftonboro.
Knight's Pond Conservation Area
In Alton offers over 300 acres open to the public for hiking, fishing and other recreational activities.
Address: Rines Road, off Route 28 South
Woods -N- Water
Ridgewood Country Club
Province Lake Golf Club
M/S Mount Washington
Address: Route 28 North, Wolfeboro, NH
Address: Clark Rd., Wolfeboro, NH
Location: South Main Street
Black's Paper and Gifts
Two floors of unique and wonderful gifts, since 1946.
Location: South Main Street, Wolfeboro
Craft beer and soap.
Location: 53 North Main Street
Made on Earth
Made on Earth offers products for Bali, Balinese, Supa Dupa Incense, Garden Dreams Lotion, Natures Alchemy Essential Oils, Flax, Natural Fiber Clothing, Batik Clothing and more!
Learn More: www.madeonearthwolfeboro.com
Gracefully defiant, unapologetically bold, and relentlessly exploratory, Jennifer Kalled has been designing nationally recognized jewelry since the mid-70's. Her love of colored stone & hand crafted jewelry came out of her experience in the Southwest.
The Sandy Martin Gallery
Artist-owned gallery with original works and prints for sale.
Location: South Main Street
Apple Hill Country Necessities for the Home, Garden, and Spirit
Settlers' Green Outlet Village
Bank of NH Pavilion at Meadowbrook
Meadowbrook Musical Arts Center plays host to big name acts from early spring to late summer. This is ideal the location to see big name talent in an intimate venue.
Address: PO Box 7296, Gilford, NH 03247
Learn More: www.meadowbrook.net/
New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Built in 1912 by Dr. Henry Libby, the museum displays Abenaki Indian relics, artifacts from the site of the Governor Wentworth mansion and a diverse collection of animal specimens. Offering a wonderful variety of children's summer programs. Call for open dates. Seasonal.
Address: North Main Street, Route 109, Wolfeboro, NH
Clark Museum and Wolfeboro Historical Society
Wolfeboro Historical Society and Clark Museum Complex
Location: 337 South Main Street
New Hampshire Boat Museum
Enjoy an educational and entertaining walk through the history of a wonderful era on the beautiful lakes of New Hampshire. The museum features an array of vintage boats from canoes to speedboats; archival photography, models, lake memorabilia and rotating featured exhibits. A gift shop featuring a full line of books, clothing and related items is also available. The museum is open Memorial Day through Columbus Day, Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday Noon to 4 p.m.
Address: 397 Center Street, Wolfeboro, NH
Learn More: www.nhbm.org
Take a sentimental journey back when the patriotic spirit of the country flourished. Museum showcases the enterprising spirit of Americans during the years 1939-1945 both on the home front and in the military. Call for open dates. Seasonal.
Address: 77 Center St, Rte 28 N, Wolfeboro, NH
Learn More: www.wrightmuseum.org
Beyond the Basics Salon and Day Spa
Hair, facials, nails, waxing, LED treatments, makeup services
Location: 126 South Main Street
Back Bay Hair & Body Salon
Hair, nails, waxing, spray tanning, massage
Location: 104 Mill Street
Zen Glow Organic Day Spa
Hair, bridal services, hair removal, nails, massage and day spa.
Location: 40 North Main Street
The Wolfeboro Inn
90 North Main St., Wolfeboro, NH 03894