Hartland is situated in Carleton County, North of Woodstock on the West side of the Saint John River, near the world's longest covered bridge.

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Covered Bridge Golf and Country Club
An 18-hole, 6,609 yard championship course overlooking the Saint John River Valley. Lists directions, membership, course information, tournaments, score card, rates, pro shop and contact details. Soft spikes are mandatory.
Dr. Walter Chestnut Public Library
A branch of the NB Public Library, built in 1912 as a federal post office. Lists hours, services, location and directions, address, computers and internet access, programs and links to the provincial library.
Hartland High School
The Home of the Huskies teaches grades six to twelve. It welcomes visitors with information about activities, staff, sports, student council, clubs and address.
Hartland War Memorial
A listing of the names inscribed on the monument, sponsored by the Carleton County NBGenWeb Project. Lists Boer War, Great War, World War Two and the Korean conflict.
Welcome to Hartland
A short history of Canada's smallest incorporated town and home to the longest covered bridge in the world. Lists community events, links, the bridge, walking tour and a locator map.
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