At Sugar Hill, we believe that Wolfeboro, NH is the perfect setting for our active community. The blend of bustle and peace gives us a rare dynamic that is difficult to accomplish. Among the successful, educated population of Wolfeboro are real American values that make our residents proud to call Wolfeboro their home.
Once voted “Best Eclectic Little Museum” by The New Hampshire Magazine, Dr. Henry Libby’s museum has been a popular destination for residents and tourists alike. Since 1912, the museum has hosted visitors from all over the world. The establishment is known for educating folks on regional natural phenomena.
Wright Museum of WWII
This institution has collected over 14,000 items from the Second World War. The memorabilia contains historically significant pieces from right here at home, as well as on the battlefields. The 20,000 square feet site hosts many exhibits including an Anne Frank program and photographs from Normandy on June 6, 1944. Since its inception approximately 20 years ago, nearly 300,000 people have enjoyed visits to the Wright Museum of World War II.
New Hampshire Boat Museum
Founded in 1992, this institution has preserved the historical aspect of the nautical element to New Hampshire’s culture. The Lakes Region of Wolfeboro has allowed boating to become a very popular pastime. The museum offers a variety of programs from boat building to vintage boat races. There’s something for everyone who enjoys the water at New Hampshire Boat Museum.
Albee Beach is public and allows beachgoers to have ease of accessibility while enjoying a secluded nature that most public properties can’t offer. Lifeguards are on duty for swimmer safety from June through August. There are also picnic tables, grills and a bike trail for those looking to make going to the beach a fun adventure.
No great New England town is complete without a fantastic ski lodge. Abenaki Ski Area was named Best of New Hampshire in New Hampshire Magazine. It has also been featured as a cover story in POWDER Magazine and has been known as America’s oldest small ski area.
Wolfeboro, New Hampshire is known as “America’s Oldest Summer Resort” for its wonderful climate and picturesque scenery. Full-time residents of Wolfeboro are privileged to enjoy the scenery all year long--the autumn color change is one of the most beautiful to be found in North America! The versatility of Wolfeboro makes it a retirement destination to be enjoyed throughout the year.