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West Hartford is the most rural of Hartford's five villages. It is situated on the White River and is crossed by the Appalachian Trail. While some of the area has been developed for residential use, significant forest, farming, and open lands remain. Although almost half of the village was wiped out by the 1927 flood, the village still features a Country Store with a lunch counter, a beautiful small library and a fine town park along the White River which is a popular fishing site. It is on the National Register as a Historic District.
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The West Hartford Library & Village Park Project