Wolfeboro – Visitors to the “Oldest Summer Resort in America” don’t have to hunt
for a parking space or be concerned about the two-hour parking limit downtown this
Jolly the Trolley now welcomes visitors at the Kingswood Arts Center on South

Park ‘n Ride Trolley Shuttle runs between the Kingswood Arts
Center, 21 McManus Road and the Wolfeboro Railroad Station every half hour all day long.

Main Street, where there are hundreds of open parking spaces, and takes them
Downtown where they can enjoy everything this picturesque Lake Winnipesaukee
community offers.

The new Park ‘n Ride continuous trolley service is offered by the Wolfeboro
Trolley Company, owner of Molly the Trolley, which has been introducing
Wolfeboro to guests with her narrated Hop On & Off Tours for 35 years.
“We want everyone’s visit to be hassle-free,” said Owner Kathy Fairman.
“Whether you want to shop, dine, visit a museum, take a lake cruise or a trolley tour
(Jolly meets Molly at the Railroad Station,) our goal is to make it as easy and as much
fun as possible.
“That includes being able to get back to your car whenever you want,” she added.
“Jolly returns to the Kingswood Arts Center (21 McManus Road) just as often as it
heads downtown.”
That is every half hour when Jolly starts at 8 am with the last trip down at 5:30
pm. Jolly returns every half hour starting at 8:15 with the last ride back at 5:45 pm.
Molly the Trolley’s narrated tours leave the Railroad Station (32 Central Ave)
11:00, 12:00, 1:00 and 2:00 and the Town Docks at 11:30, 12:30 and 1:30.
There are three kinds of All-Day Trolley Passes: Combo, which includes both
trolleys (Adult $10), Park ‘n Ride only (Adult $6,) and Hop On & Off Narrated Tour
only (Adult $8.) Children 4-12 are half-price and kids under 4 ride free.
For more information visit wolfeborotrolley.com or call 603-569-1080.