Located at the Town Docks. Cate Park has many concerts, art
shows and dances scheduled throughout the summer.
Ellie's Woodland Walk
Ryefield Marsh. Self-guided nature trail.
Foss Recreation Area
Located behind Harvest Market, this park has full playground
apparatus including swings, a slide, and picnic area, tennis
courts, a baseball field and a soccer field 569-5639.
Three hundred and seven acres of private property open to the
general public through easements. Enjoy hiking trails, fishing,
and other recreational activities.
South Wolfeboro Playground
Route 28 South
Playground apparatus and picnic area.
Birch Road Park
Birch Road and Route 28
The park has a picnic area and views of Crescent Lake.
Odd Fellows Park
Route 28, Wolfeboro Falls. Picnic area
End of Clark Road. This waterfront park and picnic area has
beautiful views of Wolfeboro Bay.
Libby Park, At Libby Museum
Route 109 North. Park and picnic area.
Albee Park, Allen Albee Beach
A waterfront park and picnic area with
views of Lake Wentworth.
Nicholas Pernokas Recreation Park
Route 28 (under construction). Baseball, T-Ball, Softball,
Football, Soccer, Basketball, Lacrosse Fields,
Playground and Picnic Areas.
Allen H. Albee Beach (restricted use)
Off Route 28 North
Clark Road 569-5826
Carry Beach (restricted use)
Forest Road 569-1532
Wentworth State Park
Governor's Road / Rte 109 East
19 Mile Bay Beach
Route 109, Tuftonboro
Wharf Road off Route 109
20 Mile Bay Beach
Route 109, Tuftonboro
The Libby Museum
Route 109 North 569-1035
The museum displays Abenaki Indian relics, artifacts from the
Governor Wentworth mansion site and a diverse collection of
animal specimens. Art exhibits display works from various NH
artists. Children's programs held throughout the summer.
Clark Museum Complex
233 South Main Street
NH Boat Museum
397 Center St. Rte 28 569-4554
Watercraft exhibits ranging from canoes to speedboats,
outboards, models, photography, trophies, postcards, signage and
The Wright Museum
Center Street 569-1212
A collection of World War II America with artifacts,
memorabilia, films, written materials, costumes and vehicles.
Tuftonboro Historical Society Museum
Route 109, Melvin Village