Sugar Hill Vacation Packages
Visit Sugar Hill, a tiny community with a population of just over 500 residents. Overlooking the White Mountain National Forest, Sugar Hill combines small-town charm with gorgeous scenery.
Make Sugar Hill your gateway to explore the White Mountains. Nearby Franconia Notch State Park features a large network of hiking and skiing trails winding around its mountain peaks and lakes. From town, you see the iconic Dalton, Franconia, Kinsman and Presidential ranges. You can also glimpse Vermont’s Green Mountains.
Get a taste of local flavor at Harman’s Cheese and Country Store. This iconic red-sided shop has drawn in visitors for decades. The inside is just as special, with locally made foods and unique gifts. Be sure to taste their famous homemade cheddar cheese, which is aged for 2 years.
Polly’s Pancake Parlor is a Sugar Hill institution. This restaurant and gift shop has garnered rave reviews from famous chefs including Rachel Ray and Paula Deen. The eponymous Polly Dexter opened it in 1938 as a way to showcase her family’s maple products. Open the door to smell and taste their original waffles, pancakes and French toast, doused with a generous pour of maple syrup.
Step back in time at Sugar Hill Historical Museum. Walk through the vintage tavern kitchen or investigate the genealogy library. Don’t miss the sleigh owned by movie star Bette Davis, who frequently vacationed in Sugar Hill.
Ski Hearth Farm provides outdoor fun throughout the year. In winter, go cross-country skiing along its Nordic trails. In warmer months, take a class at the Bethlehem yoga studio or stock up on farm-grown vegetables.
For more skiing and hiking options, drive 45 minutes to Loon Mountain in Lincoln. This resort is a family favorite in all seasons.
Whether you decide to spend several days in Sugar Hill or are just passing through, this charming little town is worth a stop.
Accommodation in Sugar Hill
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