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Resources for New Hampshire's Lakes Region

The Restaurant 03894
37 North Main St., Wolfeboro
Downtown bistro serving lunch and dinner, including gourmet burgers.

259 Endicott St. North, Weirs Beach
Ice-cream-sundae bar, handmade chocolates, candies, fudge, and gifts.

Heritage Farm
Pancake House
16 Parker Hill Road, Sanbornton
Family-style breakfast featuring homemade pancakes topped with Heritage pure maple syrup, plus home fries and local eggs and bacon.

The Homestead

Restaurant & Tavern
1567 Summer St., Bristol
Serving dinner in a homey 1788 frame house with fireplaces and garden views.

The Mill Fudge Factory & Ice Cream Café
2 Central St., Bristol
Homemade ice cream and artisanal fudge handcrafted in small batches from natural ingredients, in a 1767 gristmill overlooking the Newfound River.

What to do in the Lakes Region

Squam Lakes Natural
Science Center
23 Science Center Road, Holderness
Live animals, interactive exhibits, gardens, trails, educational programs, and cruises on Squam Lake.

League of New Hampshire Craftsmen
32 Main St., Center Sandwich
Flagship location of this Granite State organization; offering quality contemporary and traditional works in a wide range of media.

White Lake State Park
Route 16, Tamworth
Great swimming, camping, boating, fishing, and wildlife viewing. Pitch pines are a National Natural Landmark.

The Loon Center & Markus Wildlife Center
183 Lee’s Mill Road, Moultonborough
Displays, videos, and nature trails celebrating loons and other Granite State wildlife, on 200 acres on Lake Winnipesaukee.

Castle in the Clouds
455 Old Mountain Road, Moultonborough
Iconic Arts & Crafts-style mansion on a 5,000-plus-acre estate in the Ossipee Mountains; 28 miles of
hiking trails, plus waterfalls and views of Lake Winnipesaukee.

Libby Museum
755 North Main St., Wolfeboro
Natural-history museum and Native American artifacts; featuring 100th-anniversary events this summer.

Governor Wentworth Historic Site
Route 109, Wolfeboro
Remains of a colonial-era northern plantation.

Wentworth State Park
Route 109, Wolfeboro
On scenic Lake Wentworth; swimming, picnicking, hiking, fishing.

Wright Museum
77 Center St., Wolfeboro
Interesting collection of fully operational World War II military vehicles and exhibits on the 1940s home front.

New Hampshire Boat Museum
399 Center St., Wolfeboro Falls
Exhibits of vintage wooden vessels; canoes and photos also.

Updated Tuesday, August 14th, 2012

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