NH Posted in New Hampshire May 25, 2016 by Kelly A. Burch Why Everyone Should Visit This One Tiny Town in New Hampshire New Hampshire is known for beautiful small towns, but even among those, Sugar Hill takes the cake. Renee River/flickr Honestly, no matter what the season, this town has a magic about it. It looks like a post card. Rob Weir/flickr If you haven't heard of Sugar Hill don't be surprised. This town was just incorporated in 1962, making it New Hampshire's most recently incorporated community. Even now, just over 500 people call Sugar Hill home. Brave New Film/flickr And it's no wonder they want to keep the town secret - it is simply stunning. Lonnie Janzen/flickr Located in Grafton County, Sugar Hill overlooks the White Mountain National Forest. You'll feel surrounded by alpine bliss. Dave Douchette/flickr The lupines that grow wild in the town give an other-worldly feel. Rob Wier/flickr Each year in early June the Lupines Bloom and people flock to Sugar Hill for the Lupine Festival. This year, the festival takes place on June 11 through 14. Rob Weir/flickr However, the lupines aren't the only wildflowers that grow in Sugar Hill. Matthew Daily/flickr No matter what season you visit in, Sugar Hill will showcase New Hampshire's natural beauty at its best. Antony Quintino/flickr While you're there, be sure to visit Polly's Pancake Parlor for the best pancakes and maple syrup around. John Mason/flickr The one problem with visiting Sugar Hill is that you may never want to leave. rytc/flickr Which is just fine. You can live here.