4 Stops to Make while Traveling through Sugar Hill, NH

Sugar Hill, New Hampshire is a small town on the edge of the White Mountain National forest. The views of the mountains are breathtaking, and there are a ton of activities to keep you busy. The town continues to attract visitors from all over who enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of the mountains. There are several interesting places to stop in this charming little town.

1. Sunset Hill Golf Course
234 Sunset Hill Road
Sugar Hill, NH 03586
www.sunsethillgolf.com

The Sunset Hill Golf Course is a short 9 hole golf course with lots of charm. The course first opened in 1897, and the course and clubhouse are one of the oldest in the state. Each hole has amazing 360 degree views of the mountains. The first hole has a water hazard. There are 2000 yards of play at this course. You can rent the course and clubhouse for private events. 2011 Green fees start at $15 for adults on weekdays. You can also rent golf carts, clubs, and more.

2. Sugar Hill Historical Museum
Route 117, Main St.
Sugar Hill, NH 03586
(603) 823-5336
harwrw@aol.com

The Sugar Hill Historical Museum is a site to see right in the heart of Sugar Hill, New Hampshire. The museum has several historic buildings on the grounds that are open for tours. The main building houses many exhibits that tell the story of the town's past. You can also tour the carriage barn, gallery, and the sleigh shed while on the property. The museum is only open for tours from June through October. Take a relaxing stroll through the grounds of the museum before heading back to a Sugar Hill bed and breakfast.

3. Polly's Pancake Parlor
Sugar Hill, NH 03586
www.pollyspancakeparlor.com

Polly's Pancake Parlor is one of the more popular spots in Sugar Hill, New Hampshire. The restaurant is housed in a former carriage shed built in the 1800s. The current owners have expanded the dining room by three times it original size, while maintaining the building's historic value. There are lots of antique tools and other items to see while you're there. Polly's serves breakfast and lunch. They have a variety of breakfast items to choose from including their famous pancakes and waffles. For lunch, you can try one of their soups, sandwiches, and homemade desserts. They open daily at 7:00a.m., and close at 2:00p.m. Monday through Friday. They are open until 3:00p.m. on the weekends. Each menu item is available all day. You can call ahead for reservations, and don't forget to stop at the gift shop before you leave.

4. Sugar Hill Sampler
Route 117
Sugar Hill, NH 03586
www.sugarhillsampler.com

You may not think there's anything at all exciting about an old brown barn, but the Sugar Hill Sampler finds its home inside its walls. This barn was once the site of hay, wagons, and horses, but is now home to a unique gift shop and museum. You can explore the museum and see important artifacts of the area's history, sample some homemade goodies, and visit the gift shop. You will find handmade soaps, potpourris, candles and more. The Sugar Hill Sampler is really a step back in time for all visitors, and is just down the road from a Sugar Hill inn.