Acquired by the Indian Trail Improvement District in 2006, the Hamlin House is an indoor facility used for public rentals and recreation programming. With a maximum capacity of 78 people, the Hamlin House features an open concept indoor space with two restrooms and can be used for a variety of rental purposes including but not limited to: meetings, weddings, baby and bridal showers, as well as dance and educational classes. Located on a multi-acre lot next to the Nicole Hornstein Equestrian Park, the Hamlin House also offers a vast outdoor green space for recreational experiences such as yoga or fitness classes, a community garden, interactive indoor/outdoor wildlife discovery programming, and our newest addition: the Hamlin Archery Range. The Indian Trail Improvement District Parks and Recreation department is excited to introduce the Hamlin Archery Range and archery-based programming to the youth of the district beginning in the Fall of 2020. The primary objective of the ITID Parks and Recreation department is to leverage the unique space that the Hamlin House offers in order to create and enhance recreation experiences throughout the district for residents and non-residents alike.