Nice people. Clean town. Vital business community. Great health care. Wonderful schools. Strong values. Rich traditions.
Freeman is located in the rolling farmland of Hutchinson county. As of the 2010 census, Freeman has a population of 1,306.
Freeman holds an annual event, Schmeckfest, that honors the ethnic origins of the area. The town is known for its 40-acre Prairie Arboretum, featuring trees, native grasses, walking trails and a lovely visitors' center.
In our own words:
The town sprawls into a rural community of more than 3,000, and its agricultural roots date back to the settlement of 1874, when pioneers chose the land for its fertile soil and limitless potential. For more than 130 years the Freeman community has been guided by civic pride and an unwavering desire by its people to contribute — in ways big and small — to its vitality. Here, you'll learn a lot about the Freeman community, from information about businesses and organizations to recreational and tourism opportunities. There's a lot of ground to cover, so start exploring!