Hacker’s Hill Preserve is a 27-acre property owned by Loon Echo Land Trust that is located near Sebago Lake in southern Maine. The preserve’s jewel is its hilltop vista, on which visitors gather to relax, picnic, and enjoy gorgeous views of the White Mountains and the Lakes Region. The breathtaking sunset seen from atop Hacker’s Hill makes it an ideal spot to wind down the day with friends and family.
Beyond the scenic views, Hacker’s Hill also has opportunities for snowshoers, snowmobilers, birdwatchers, and hunters. The property can be reserved for small events like weddings and birthday parties. The site’s hilltop vista is easily accessible via a paved roadway.
The owners of Hacker’s Hill opened their parcel to the public in 1994, and it has quickly become a popular spot for locals and visitors alike. In 2012, Loon Echo Land Trust was able to purchase the preserve thanks to donations from individuals, businesses, and the Town of Casco, as well as a grant from the Land for Maine’s Future program.
Closest Town: Casco
Activities: Picnicking, Bird Watching, Hunting, Snowshoeing, Snowmobiling, Wildlife Watching
Region: Southern Maine – York, Cumberland
Directions from nearest town: From ME-121 through Casco, turn onto Poland Spring Road (ME-11), and then turn left onto Quaker Ridge Road shortly after. Hacker’s Hill will be on your left in about a mile.