The Trans-Canada Highway bypasses the town proper. However there is an exit off the TCH that brings you onto Route 130 that will take you to Hartland. There is also Route 105, or Route 103 on the north and south side of the St John River respectively.
- The Hartland Covered Bridge is the longest in the world at 1282 feet. The bridge was completed in 1901 for the princely sum of $75,000. You can still drive across, or walk across on the sidewalk that was added in 1945. The bridge is now a National Historic Site.
- Walk across the bridge: There is a pedestrian walking area that is separated from the cars. Park the car one side and walk to the other side and back again.
- Covered Bridge Golf and Country Club: An 18-hole course overlooking the Saint John River.
- River Valley Craft & Gift Shop offers blown glass, clothing, giftware, and other souvenirs.
- [dead link] Down East Walking Sticks, toll-free: . Sells hand-carved custom walking sticks and staffs. Prices vary.
- [dead link] Jeremiah's Place, 362 Main St, ☎ , e-mail: email@example.com. Licensed dining. Pricey.
- 1 Donny's Bar & Grill, 380 Main Street Unit 9. E7P 2N2, ☎ . 11 - 12 Tues-Wed 11 - 2:30 Thur-Sat Closed Sun-Mon. A music themed pub restaurant. Occasional live entertainment. Licensed.
- Tim Hortons
- Rebecca Farm, 656 Rockland Rd, ☎ . This 1828 farmhouse is now an eight room bed and breakfast. Just minutes out of town.
- Ja-Sa-Le Hotel, Intersection of route 2 and route 104, toll-free: . Kitchenettes, air conditioning and a seasonal outdoor pool. $62-$74.
|Routes through Hartland|
|Edmundston ← Florenceville-Bristol ←||W E||→ Woodstock → Fredericton|