The grandkids or great-grandkids have joined their parents for a visit to Wolfeboro and surrounding environs and are expecting you to show them a good time.
Knowing that they may not enjoy the same activities you do, how do you ensure they have a great time during their visit?
Fun in Wolfeboro
In Wolfeboro, you’ve already taken them to see the Wright Museum of World War II and the Libby Museum, and they’ve ridden on the Belle. (For more information about these intergenerational attractions, click here.) That doesn’t mean there isn’t more to do!
At the end of July, everyone’s sure to find something interesting to do during the Annual Lake Winnipesaukee Antique and Classic Boat Show.
Enjoy the Lakes Region with Your Grandkids
Farther afield, there is plenty to do and see.
Or you can cool off underground in the Polar Caves at Rumney.
If you’re a fan of Christian music, Soulfest brings world-renowned artists to four stages at Gunstock Mountain Resort in Gilford in August.
In September, don’t miss the New Hampshire Highland Games and Festival on Loon Mountain, whether you have any Scottish blood or not. It includes feats of strength and daring, music and more.
Fun Anywhere and Everywhere
Visiting all the intergenerational activities in New Hampshire’s Lakes Region is sure to be exciting, but there’s something to be said for staying at home. Here are some ideas for activities you can do almost every day of the week:
- Buy a bunch of squirt guns or water balloons and have a water fight
- Make homemade ice cream in a coffee can
- Camp out in the backyard
- Go fishing
- Ride bikes
Wolfeboro and New Hampshire have many interesting attractions and things to do, but when it all comes down to it, spending time with family is your priority.
Sugar Hill Retirement Community loves to have your children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren visit. We’ll listen as you brag about them all you want! If you’re not yet a resident of Sugar Hill, come experience what we have to offer by requesting information or scheduling a tour at (603) 569-8485 or online.