Hardwick, Vermont 05843
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Hardwick, Vermont is “the Gateway to Vermont’s magical Northeast Kingdom”. The Town of Hardwick was chartered in 1781. Hardwick is a commercial center for the region’s farming population. Hardwick is famous for majestic scenery and is within ten miles of 45 lakes and ponds.
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Since the late 19th century, Hardwick has also served as an industrial center. Hardwick was once know as the “Granite Center of the World.” Buildings around the country made with Hardwick granite include: Pennsylvania State Capitol, Chicago City Hall, US Post Office Building in Washington, DC, and many other city halls in America. During the American Revolutionary War, General George Washington ordered the construction of “the Bayley Hazen Military Road”. The road provided access to the interior of Vermont, and aided in the development and settlement of Hardwick and East Hardwick. The Lamoille River runs through Hardwick and offers great fly fishing spots. The Lamoille is also a popular place to launch your kayak or canoe. Hardwick boasts Mackville Beach, many parks, excellent hunting, fishing, a variety of trails for hiking, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling. The Town of Hardwick retains many of the best characteristics of a small Vermont community while providing the infrastructure, labor force, and variety of businesses to support your needs. The Hardwick Gazette weekly newspaper is published here, as well. Hardwick also offers a summer Farmer’s Market.
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Hardwick Town Offices: 802-472-5971
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