Take This Road Trip To The 3 Most Eye-Popping Lupine Fields In New Hampshire
By Michelle|Published March 27, 2021
Michelle's life is a colorful map of exploration and adventure. From the iconic streets of New York to the sunny shores of Florida, the jagged coast of Maine to the rugged terrain of Montana, she's been fortunate to call some of America's most beautiful states home. Beyond the U.S., Michelle's wanderlust has taken her on a motorcycle journey through India, led her to teach English in Hanoi, and saw her studying Spanish in Guatemala. Michelle graduated with a communications degree from the S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University and in addition to a career in advertising has worked with OnlyInYourState since 2016, where her love for travel and storytelling converges. Alongside writing and exploring, Michelle finds joy in photography, staying active, and time with her family.
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New Hampshirites wait eagerly for spring and then, of course, summer. There are a few signs we’ve come to look for that give us hope that cold weather and snow are on their way out. First, we start experiencing a few warm days. Then those warmer days become more common until we have a string of them to enjoy. In addition to rising temps, we’ve also come to look for lupines. These beautiful purple flowers can be found in the most unlikely spots along the roadside, but there are also a few go-to areas that we like to visit to see them en masse. This short road trip, which is really more of a car ride, through Sugar Hill will take you to a few of our favorites.
Click here for the (very brief) Google Map directions for this trip. Remember that these directions are a bit loose so check the article for a more precise description of the location.
Where are your favorite spots to see lupines in New Hampshire? Let us know in the comments so we can add the to our list! The Annual Celebration of Lupines in Sugar Hill is a must-attend event, however it’s been cancelled for 2020 and 2021. To keep up-to-date on when it will be back follow the Celebration of Lupines on Facebook.