A very special destination halfway between the White Mountains and the Maine Coast
MESSAGE FROM NEW OWNERS: Sam and Nate. We consider ourselves the lucky ones. Oak Hill Farm spoke to us as soon as we walked onto this gorgeous property. The goosebumps were real and so were all of the butterflies! We thrive in outdoor environments and have dreamed of owning a type of farm and piece of land that we would be able to share with the community. We are avid hikers, bikers, crafters and learners, we never stop, which you will understand what we mean when you meet us! We are learning what works best for this land and will continue to maintain the stewardship as we add our own touch and talents to the hill. We are under the same impression as Art and Sue, "as we don't necessarily consider that we "own" the 105 acres of vertical landscape in the foothills of the White Mountains, but rather that we have been entrusted with the care of the land and are bound to work with the gifts, energy and direction it has given us." We thank Art and Sue for their care and compassion and share a very similar vision. We hope to provide you all with exceptional experiences on our property and share with you, what we think is the best maple syrup around!
Exploring Oak Hill Farm
Oak Hill Farm spans 105-acres on the south face of Oak Hill. The 1300 ft. summit is a 45-minute hike from our doorstep. We keep a broad path mowed to the pond near the top. The final leg of the hike is steep and can feel like bushwhacking. The views from the summit are breath taking and well worth the climb. Visitors are also encouraged to cross the Troll Bridge to explore the 10-acre Birch Meadow sugarbush. Guests bring their own sleds during the winter to enjoy a rollicking ride down the lawn.
Southern View from the Summit of Oak Hill
The Pond nestled between Oak Hill and Bill Merrill Mountain
The Troll Bridge leading to the Birch Meadow Woods