Hartford is a charming community in rural Wisconsin, 30 minutes northwest of the fringes of metropolitan Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Downtown Hartford features historic old homes, the Wisconsin Automotive Museum, a multi-screen cinema, and an expanding new commercial area. The town is also the home of the Schauer Art's & Activities Center and the performing arts theater.
Opportunities and activities are aplenty while nestled into a quaint country-style setting. The uniqueness of Hartford begins with the downtown section. A variety of specialty restaurants, coffee shop, antique shops and unique gift shops, are located in restored buildings from the early 1900s. Visitors are attracted from all over the state and beyond.
The town has several beautiful public parks, many prestigious golf courses, and Kettle Moraine Pike Lake State Park and the Ice Age Trail offer trails for hiking, biking and bird watching. Just 10 minutes from Holy Hill, enjoy climbing a steeple tower to see the breathtaking Kettle Moraine, countryside.
If you enjoy golf, you’ve come to the right place! The Hartford area features a number of highly rated courses ready and waiting. The Washington County Golf Course, a par-72 golf course, measures over 7000 yards from the back tees. The longer length of their course ensures that every shot counts. The course at Hartford Golf Club features 6,529 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. Their practice facilities showcase their great care and attention to course detail. Furthermore, their restaurant and grill makes the course a popular destination for golfers seeking a great view of the surrounding countryside. Additionally, just a short drive away is Erin Hills Golf Course home to the 2011 U.S. Amateur and one of only six public-access courses ever to be awarded the U.S. Open.
Come and visit Hartford, where all of the amenities offered are from the hospitality of a larger community within a friendly, charming small town atmosphere.