Located in Casco, Mayberry Hill Preserve is 160 acres of mixed woodlands, meadows, and streams. A one mile trail meanders through the preserve and can be enjoyed by visitors and local residents for hiking and educational opportunities. Benches have been placed at intervals along the trail to assist walkers.
We ask all visitors to observe the use guidelines.
In 1990, John and Nancy Gillis donated this land, making it Loon Echo’s first preserve. The preserve has been dedicated to remain as undeveloped open space to be used for scientific and educational uses. Most of the Preserve property is former agricultural land.
The land was abandoned and left to naturally revert to woodland throughout the last century. Rock walls are prominent throughout the property as well as portions of granite outcrops that were cut and used for building foundations.