in a friendly and welcoming neighborhood
An Abundant Life
Rich in family, friends, caring, comfort, and peace of mind...
A Community That Cares
Where neighbors are friends
A Vibrant Life
Filled with fun and fulfillment
What Makes Us Special
Set in a beautifully wooded area, in the town of Gilford, New Hampshire, Wesley Woods offers a variety of home plans to match each person’s needs. In the foothills of Gunstock Mountain and not far from Lake Winnipesaukee, and just two miles from the convenience of downtown Laconia, there are shopping, banking and medical services, this is a perfect location for older adults. Read More...
Out and About
The residents at Wesley Woods are always on the go. If they are not involved in community service, they are out and about on their own or in groups. Some of the things they are up to include: cross-country skiing up in the back woods, snow-shoeing, hiking all over the area, kayaking, swimming and line-dancing. Trips have included: the Duck Boats in Boston, the Flower Show in Boston, Castle in the Clouds, the Flume, the Cog Railroad, lunches out, the Corn Maze. They are always looking forward to adding to this list.
We would love to show you around any day of the week. Call us at 603-528-2555 to set a time or click on the "Contact Us" link on the bottom of this page to fill out our contact form online.
Right in the Middle of Everything
Ellacoya State Park is located in Gilford on the southwest shore of Lake Winnipesaukee. The 600-foot long sandy beach, with views across the lake to the Sandwich and Ossipee mountains, is a great place to spend with the family for a full day of swimming and picnicking. Gilford residents receive automatic membership to the Gilford Town Beach.
Also located in Gilford is Meadowbrook Musical Arts Center, an outdoor concert facility that has seen artists from Bob Dylan to Bill Cosby perform during the summer months.
“We were warmly and gently taken in by the residents and we really feel part of a family. Our house is very comfortable and it was the best ever decision to move here...especially with the snow!” Joan and Robert, Residents
“The first time you wake up and realize you do not have to go out and shovel a walkway, clean off a car or fix something in the bitter cold of winter you smile to yourself.” Pat, Resident