Retirement Communities in New Hampshire! Retire by the lake!
Retire where you vacation in the beautiful lakes and mountains of New Hampshire.
Retirement communities in the NH Lakes Region
Retirement Communities in New Hampshire offer you so much when you choose the lakes region!
Retire to your dream vacation destination! Retirement homes, assisted living facilities and retirement communities in the Lakes Region are the ideal place to unwind and relax – you deserve it! The Lakes Region offers small town charm and peacefulness with all of the conveniences of modern life. This allows you to connect with your loved ones and re-connect with the beauty of the natural world around you! With convenient highway access and a short trip to major airports, it’s easy and fun for visitors and family to make their way to you!
People all over New England and even the world seek out the Lakes Region of New Hampshire to spend their active retirement years. The beauty of the 4 seasons provide so many wonderful features. You can have it all! The Lakes Region Tourism Association is ready to answer your questions. Come for a visit and stay forever!
Lake Forest Resort- A Campground for Adults - Wolfeboro Falls
RV and Motor Home sites for couples at Lake Forest Resort. The weekend or seasonal vacation spot. Golf, fish, boat, on Great East Lake. A serene setting with large private sites. A dock along the shore provides a place to unwind. Camping for 50+. Come visit us.
Wesley Woods - Gilford
Enjoy worry-free living with your new neighbors at Wesley Woods, an age 62 or better community, right in the middle of everything the lakes Region has to offer. Wesley Woods is an independent community built and designed with the active resident in mind. Without the burdens of maintaining a big home, you can live independently with convenient access to a full range of services right at your doorstep. A community of cottages for residents that appreciate the best of New Hampshire. 100% Guaranteed Return on Your Investment! Located off Route 11A, adjacent to the First United Methodist Church.