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31 Orser Street, Unit 1
Ph: (506) 375-4357
Fax: 596 - 0226
The Town of Hartland is situated along the picturesque and scenic St. John River Valley. Hartland is located approximately 72 miles (120 km) west of Fredericton, New Brunswick and approximately 100 miles (160 km) east of Edmundston, New Brunswick, when travelling on the Trans Canada Highways (Route #2). We are only a short drive from the Maine/New Brunswick border crossing at Woodstock.
When you search up “Hartland, NB”, what is the first thing you see? Well, the longest covered bridge in the world of course! At 1282 feet long, this bridge has gone from hosting weddings, dinner parties, dances, and just regular travel over the 119 years it has been open. It is believed that if you can hold your breath while crossing the bridge, it will bring you good luck! The bridge was not always covered though. In fact, it was not covered until 1920, 19 years after it was built, to try and protect the wooden structure from the weather. So, make your way to Hartland, NB, not only to take your picture with the one of a kind bridge, but to test your luck as you cross it as well!
While you are in Hartland, why not test out your newly earned luck at the Hartland Golf & Country Club. Enjoy the full 18 beautifully groomed holes, take it easy with only 9, or tee off at the driving range. Finding yourself famished after an exciting round of golf? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Make your way up to the patio to enjoy pub style, and homemade dishes. You’ll be planning your next meal, I mean golf trip, before you even leave.
We hope you enjoy yourself while visiting our small and friendly town, and we hope you tell your friends to come see all the wonderful things Hartland has to offer – with a population of approximately 950 people, we love seeing new faces. We take pride in our land and live by the “help your neighbour” model. We hope you come back to see us soon, and we hope your enjoyed yourself so much, that one day you too will be our neighbour.