A rapidly growing city with an abundance of fun, family-friendly events.
Sugar Hill certainly has in interesting name, so we're sure you're wondering where it came from. It's said that the town was named after an incident where a large shipment of sugar spilled and the area became known as "the hill where the sugar spilled" or "the sugar hill." That's not the only interesting thing about this town—there's a lot to see and do here, too.
Sugar Hill has a bright future ahead. The city recently opened The E Center @ Sugar Hill, which includes meeting space, fabulous restaurants, outdoor dining and entertainment. Grab a slice of artisan pizza at Crazy Doughs, or pick up a delicious dish at Central City Tavern or Rushing Trading Co.
Built in 2018 as part of The E Center, The Eagle Theatre is home to The Players Guild @ Sugar Hill, and is the ideal spot for an intimate performance or traveling show.
This city is also home to The Bowl @ Sugar Hill, which has booked acts like Blues Traveler, Third Eye Blind and The Purple Xperience. The Bowl also hosts a free concert series during the summer, as well as a variety of other events throughout the year.
Visitors and residents can get outdoors at Gary Pirkle Park and E.E. Robinson Park. You'll also find the Sugar Hill Golf Club, which opened in the spring of 1992, and has proven itself to be one of the most beautiful and artfully laid out courses in the foothills of the North Georgia Mountains.