This fall Rise.Run.Retreat. Will be headed to Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, a picturesque village on the shores of New Hampshire’s largest lake, Lake Winnipesaukee.
Fall foliage along Back Bay in Wolfeboro.
Wolfeboro features a host of outdoor recreation options from boating to hiking, biking, cross country skiing, and more. With an extensive rail trail and several other unique trail systems, Wolfeboro is a great place to explore on foot, which is what we’ll be doing at the October 14-17 Rise.Run.Retreat.
In addition, Wolfeboro’s downtown area is lined with shops, restaurants, bakeries, breweries, and more. You can find delicious gingerbread at the Yum Yum Shop, locally roasted coffee at Lucas Roasters, amazing bread at La Boca, or brews from the Lone Wolfe Brewery.
Here are our top must-do and see places in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire
Seven Suns Coffee & Tea - Grab your favorite hot or cold beverage at the Seven Suns Coffee & Tea and be sure to order one of their delicious crepes too!
Wolfeboro public docks.
Sewell Woods Trail - Just off of Clow Street, this in-town wooded area serves as a cross-country ski course in winter and walking paths in summer. Wind your way through these well-marked trails to relax and unwind.
Hole in the Wall Sports - Ready to outfit runners, skiers and hikers alike. Hole in The Wall Sports carries all you favorite outdoor brands.
The beginning of the Cotton Valley Rail Trail.
Country Bookseller - Wander the shelves of this indie bookstore and find the perfect book to read lakeside or ask their knowledgeable staff to help you select your next favorite book.
Overlooking Wolfeboro Bay.
Garwoods - If you want dining or drinks with a view, this is the place to go. Sit on the deck overlooking the water and relax while watching the boats come and go.
Dockside at Wolfboro Bay.
Set against a backdrop of fall foliage, Rise.Run.Retreat.’s weekend will be fun-filled and memorable.
There are ONLY TWO spots left and time to register before registration closes on July 15th.