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Hampshire

A diverse and vibrant business community in a rapidly growing area


Hampshire is a small town West of Randall Road that was founded in 1835. This small town is known for their local restaurant, Chick n’ Dip. Hampshire’s High School mascot is the Whip-Pur (a cat like a panther), this name comes from the colors white and purple. With easy access to I-90 and other major highways, Hampshire is a desirable place to live and raise a family. Based off Hampshire public schools test scores; Hampshire Elementary, Hampshire Middle School and Hampshire High School are of the top rated schools in Hampshire. Hampshire is home to Tower Hill Stables, the stable hosts a horse show the last weekend of May that visitors and residents are welcome to attend, the stable also offers summer riding camps. 

2010 population census 5,563

Fun Fact:
Hampshire was originally called Henpeck

Things to do/Events:

-Community Garden
-Operation Paintball
-Chick n’ Dip
-Coon Creek Days
-Goebbert's Pumpkin Patch
-Tower Hill Stables
-Pioneer Farm 
 
 

 

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