Later in the year 1854 after the railroad came, the small town was given the name that still takes hold “Hartland” after the Indian word “Shabaquanake” means the growing place. Along the Bark River and a residential area of Milwaukee this growing town where occupants take pride in their community and by their high quality of life. To this 126 years old municipality was formed legally in year 1892, with a population of more than 9000 in the present time.
Going to the following places can do wonders in your emotions and in mental. It offers chances to associate people that you would not have the plan to meet with. Anybody who has outside their houses not only in Hartland homes can attest the joy that comes from being in such wonderful places. Bark River runs through the downtown that adds charm. Nixon Park a great and very well maintained location for something fun for family or friends known for their splash pad that water can surely wake you up for it is very cold.
The fun farm for all ages the Homestead Animal farm, the hayrides, different animals that will greet you and more, you may also buy a delicious jar of honey at a reasonable price. This rough and muddy Ice Age Trail part feels like somewhat of a secret treasure in Carl Schurz Forest. Have a steak to this favorite steakhouse of Hartland homes residents in the downtown area. Palmer’s Steakhouse in this cozy place is easy on your wallet than most but can give the best steak in town.
Placing a high value on education, the early settlers believed that no child should have to walk more than three miles to attend school so the area build numbers of schools to be more accessible for those who resides in Hartland homes. Some school with log buildings were already replaced by more permanent brick structures. The Day Care or Preschools in Hartland are All About Learning, Grandma's House Day Care Center, Hartland Preschool and Childcare Center/Weigman's Preschools, Wee Know School Elementary and High Schools in Hartland are Arrowhead High School, Divine Redeemer Lutheran School, Hartland/Lakeside School District,Lake Country Lutheran High School, St. Charles Catholic School, Swallow Elementary School and Zion Lutheran Elementary School. The schools prepare the students well academically, each school offers far more academic selection and extra curricular activities. Residents are very pleased with the educators and positive atmosphere of the schools in Hartland.
In Hartland the cold season will be experience from first week of December to first week of March, the coldest day world be end of January. While the warm season is from the end of the week of May to third week of September, the hottest day would be the third week of July.
The village offers the best livelihood for Hartland homes tenants, it has a booming production of goods to all kinds of services located within the village limits. The Hartland offers a strong environmental condition of business with convenience, low rates of tax, top notch services and an upper class manpower. For two decades they are enjoying a constant improvement up to the present still have this ceaseless development.