You’re Going to Love Brewster’s Hometown
When you arrive at Brewster and walk over to town, you’ll understand why we have a bit of a love affair with Wolfeboro. It oozes New England charm with quaint shops and cozy restaurants for every taste. You’ll find trails for biking and hiking in every direction. There are mom-and-pop ice cream shops when you want a special treat (plus a new vegetarian/vegan juice bar and a great gluten-free bakery, too). Our students are literally steps away from downtown, and local merchants are happy to see Bobcats among the locals and tourists who enjoy all Wolfeboro has to offer. Wolfeboro is the oldest summer resort in America, and it wears that distinction with pride throughout the year.
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The Wolfeboro Chamber of Commerce has a terrific website to keep locals and visitors informed about events, openings, and more. You know what we really love about it? The image on the Chamber‘s landing page shows just how close Wolfeboro’s great downtown is to Brewster! Check it out here.
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Brewster’s Picturesque Hometown
Wolfeboro is an easy town to love with its wide-open bay on Lake Winnipesaukee and neat rows of storefronts lining downtown. Local photographer Helen Fernald, whose husband Fred is a one of the friendly faces you’ll see in Brewster’s Kenison Library, captures all four seasons of Wolfeboro so beautifully, she’s built quite a following among town residents and vacationers who miss their beloved New England lakeside spot. Please enjoy these shots Helen has shared from her portfolio of favorites.