Little has changed in Hebron over the past 100 years, and the town's rural charm and simple lifestyle are as strong as ever. Hebron's picturesque, wooded landscape draws people who are looking for seasonal homes and recreational opportunities.
Many of the town's historic houses have been occupied by the same families for generations, giving Hebron a unique community fabric that is different than the transient lifestyle you can find elsewhere.
In 1974, the Hebron Preservation Society was formed. The group is still active today in gathering and sharing historic information about the town, as well as protecting properties and land.
Hebron is bordered by Vermont to the east, Hartford to the northwest, and Goose Island to the southwest.
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