Retirement Living in Picturesque Wolfeboro, New Hampshire
Taylor Community’s Back Bay campus offers 24 independent living, single-story cottages in scenic Wolfeboro, New Hampshire. Taylor’s Wolfeboro community is within easy walking distance to the center of one of Lake Winnipesaukee’s most picturesque towns. Nicknamed “The Jewel of Lake Winnipesaukee” by the local Chamber of Commerce, Wolfeboro is an escape from hectic city living and home to an eclectic array of shops, restaurants to please every palate, art galleries, museums, concerts, plays, and so much more. Wolfeboro is more than just a quintessential, welcoming New England community, it is a place you will be proud to call home. Now you can enjoy independent living in New Hampshire’s beautiful Lakes region.
Carefree, Independent Living Cottages
Independent living at Back Bay means no more driveways to shovel, no lawns to mow, or leaky faucets to fix –we take care of it all. Now you can enjoy a carefree retirement lifestyle in a thoughtfully designed, single-level two-bedroom cottage. Each fully-applianced Back Bay cottage includes a garage and is beautifully landscaped with practical, spacious floor plans that can be tailored to your individual lifestyle. Taylor Community at Back Bay in Wolfeboro is an independent living retirement community for individuals who value active and carefree living.
Enjoy Four Seasons in a Classic New England Community
Taylor Community’s Back Bay campus gives you easy access to the many year-round pleasures Wolfeboro offers to residents and visitors alike. Known as “The Oldest Summer Resort in America,” Wolfeboro is located on the eastern shore of beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee. “The Big Lake” is surrounded by spectacular mountains and pristine forests.
Wolfeboro offers the peace and tranquility of a quaint New England village, while its wide array of year-round activities serves up four seasons of enjoyment for every taste and lifestyle. This makes it a both a desirable vacation destination and a wonderful place to call home.
Summers in Wolfeboro offer a wide range of activities including: the Great Waters Music Festival concert series on the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee; Movies in the Park at Foss Field; free concerts in Cate Park, biking or hiking on the rail trail; locally-grown produce and handcrafted treats at the Wolfeboro Area Farmers’ Market; visiting the New Hampshire Boat Museum; playing 18 holes at one of the area’s beautiful golf courses; enjoying a breathtaking scenic cruise on the historic M/S Mount Washington or simply taking in a glorious, multi-hued sunset over Lake Winnipesaukee from the town docks.
When leaves begin to turn in the crisp, fall air, go apple picking at one of the many orchards in the Wolfeboro area; take in vintage boats and autos at the Wolfeboro Car & Boat Rendezvous; go antiquing; picnic in Cate Park overlooking Lake Winnipesaukee; experience a live performance presented by Wolfeboro Friends of Music; drink in the fall foliage along the Sewall Woods Path, or relax with a quiet evening by the fire.
When winter delivers its pristine blanket of white snow, you can enjoy the magic of the holidays with the Clearlakes Chorale Christmas concert; take in the lights of the uniquely- decorated Christmas trees at the Festival of Trees; cheer on basketball games at Brewster Academy; take your grandchildren to the Annual Winter Carnival; go ice fishing on Wolfeboro Bay, or simply watch colorful ice boats gliding over the bay.
When spring arrives and the sap flows, buy maple syrup in a local sugar shack; see a classic film at the public library’s Friday Afternoon Movies; visit the Wright Museum of World War II; experience live theater with the Village Players; listen for the classic call of the loons as they return from their winter habitat once the ice is out, or witness the wonder of eagles diving for fish in “The Big Lake.”
As the local Chamber says, “Come visit. Explore. Shop. Dine. Ski. Fish. Boat. Hike. Golf. Picnic. Laugh. Talk. Share. Nap. Dream. Stay. You can do everything or nothing at all in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire — The Jewel of Lake Winnipesaukee™.”
And now you can enjoy the very best of your retirement years here in Wolfeboro at Taylor Community’s Back Bay campus, with the security and peace of mind that only a CCRC can provide.
Independent Living with The Security of a CRCC
True peace of mind comes from having access to a full continuum of care. Because Taylor is a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC), Back Bay residents are assured priority access to quality, long-term care services such as assisted living, memory care and nursing care should they be required at any point.
Learn More About Taylor’s Back Bay Community in Wolfeboro
We invite you to contact us to learn more about all the things that make living at Taylor Community’s Back Bay campus such a unique and exceptional place to spend your retirement years. For more information including rates, floor plans, and available options, please call 603-524-5600, or Toll Free at 844-210-1400, or simply use our online form.
“We like the closeness to town, being able to walk to stores, or a coffee shop, and the cultural events being offered.”
− Hector and Magdalene L.
Wolfeboro Area Attractions & Local Resources
While there are more events, activities, and Wolfeboro attractions than we could possibly list here, we’ve included a handful we think you will find helpful. We invite you to visit the Wolfeboro Area Chamber of Commerce for additional resources. The Chamber offers additional information about the neighboring communities it represents including: Alton, Brookfield, New Durham, Holderness, Melvin Village, Middleton, Mirror Lake, Moultonborough and Tuftonboro.
Mount Washington Cruises: Mount Washington Cruises offers Scenic Cruises and Sunset Dinner Dance Cruises on Lake Winnipesaukee. The Mount Washington Cruises fleet consists of the 230-ft. M/S Mount Washington and two smaller vessels, the US Mail Boat, Sophie C., and M/V Doris E.
Wolfeboro Recreational Rail Trail: The Wolfeboro Rail Trail is 11 miles long beginning at Depot Street in Wolfeboro and endingat Route 16 in Wakefield. This is a great four- season trail and is not only exceptional for walking and biking, but is one of only three trails under NH Department of Resources and Economic Development management with rails intact being used recreationally by local rail car clubs.
Winnipesaukee Belle in Wolfeboro: Enjoy a memorable, relaxing lake experience when you cruise aboard the Winnipesaukee Belle, a replica 19th-century paddleboat. This 65-foot boat is an unforgettable venue.
The Wright Museum of World War II: Devoted to preserving and sharing the stories of the Greatest Generation. Exhibits illustrating 1940s home life and a nationally-significant military vehicle collection bring the past to life.
Wolfeboro Trolley Company: Discover America’s Oldest Summer Resort in a Turn-of-the-Century-Style Trolley. Narrated 45-minute tours of historic Wolfeboro feature scenic views of Lake Winnipesaukee, beautiful waterfront homes and many points of interest.