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21 September, 2016

5 Hidden Gems About Sugar Hill

When you look up Sugar Hill Retirement Community, you’ll find that it’s an active senior community in beautiful Wolfeboro, New Hampshire. Inside the community, residents are enjoying retirement just they way they want - whether that’s golfing, coffee with friends or trying a new class in the fitness center.

You’ll even find that Sugar Hill is named after the maple sugar farm that once occupied the land.

But what don’t you know about Sugar Hill? There are several hidden gems you’ll discover when Sugar Hill becomes your home.

5 Hidden Gems About Sugar Hill Retirement Community

1. The hiking trails. The grounds of the retirement community include 2 miles of nature trails through wooded areas and along the lake. Many often forget how therapeutic it can be to just take a walk through nature, breathe fresh air and reflect on life.

2. Sunsets over the lake. Set on a hill on the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee, the retirement community looks down over the lake. Residents often enjoy just sitting outside, watching the sun set over the lake. It’s more beautiful than many can even imagine.

3. The food. At Sugar Hill, residents and staff rave about the excellent culinary works of Chef Tim Kennedy. Whether it’s his corn bread or speciality pies, residents enjoy array of food courses and desserts, with dinner served by waiters. Many enjoy bringing guests to dinner just to show off the outstanding cuisine.

4. A great sense of humor. Throughout Sugar Hill, the jokes, laughter and simply having fun are contagious. In fact, Executive Director Chris Coulter says one of the tips he lives by is to make people smile every day. He even has a gig as a clown in the Macy’s Day parade just to make people laugh and smile.

5. Always something to do! Whether you’re at Sugar Hill or visiting nearby Wolfeboro, you’ll understand why many make this charming resort town their home. It’s known as the “Oldest Summer Resort in America” and has a blend of outdoor and cultural activities. There’s boating, fishing, shopping, fine dining, museums, music festivals, golfing and lots more!

Ready to learn more about what is offered at Sugar Hill Retirement Community in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire? Call at (603)569-8485 for more information or schedule your tour today!

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