The American town of Wolfeboro was built on the shore of Lake Winnipesoki in Wolfeboro Bay. About six thousand people live here but, in the summer months, tourists from all over the country come here and increase the demography several times. The town, which is considered America’s oldest summer resort, was founded by four enthusiasts from Portsmouth, in 1759, and named after the English general, James Woolf.
The place for the town was not chosen accidentally because Winnipesoki is the largest lake in New Hampshire. It has many bays on which other towns of the state were built. Bostonians and New Yorkers come to the lake every year. The resorts of Winnipesoki are famous for their natural beauty, as well as spa hotels offering a wide range of services.
We are looking at Wolfeboro Bay from the office of Wolfeboro Bay Real Estate, which can offer customers excellent houses right on the shore of Lake Winnipesoki or near other water bodies, such as nearby Lake Crescent and Lake Wentworth, as well as Back Bay and Johnson Bay.
In addition to piers and embankments in Wolfeboro, you can visit the Wright Museum of the Second World War, the Libby Museum of Natural History, the New Hampshire Boat Museum, and the M/S Mount Washington Ferry.