When the nights grow cold and the days are warm, Lake Winnipesaukee’s leaves shift into a festival of colors. People from all over the world flock to see the fall foliage in New Hampshire that never disappoints. The amber Sugar Maples, cranberry Red Maples, golden yellow birches, and copper leafed oaks are just a few who can put on quite the show. Peak color season changes per location based on temperature and elevation; Usually, fall foliage appears mid-September and lasts through late October. Our music festivals and concert season may be over, but Great Water’s is set in a prime location for one of the best scenic vistas in New Hampshire to visit; Wolfeboro – The Oldest Summer Resort on Lake Winnipesaukee

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Wolfeboro is the ideal vacation spot for guests of all ages, and Great Waters is the location of one of the best New Hampshire Music Festivals. We offer a diverse array of musical performances for all ages. It’s just a short drive or walk to catch a show with locations throughout the Winnipesaukee area. Spend…

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Great Waters 2021 Season is already shaping up to be spectacular! Shows are planned for all of our traditional Wolfeboro venues, AND, we’ve partnered with Castle in the Clouds to present “Concerts in the Clouds,” a 500-seat covered tent in the meadow on the Castle grounds. We are looking forward to having you join us to hear The Australian Bee Gees and Classic Albums Live Presents Hotel California.

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