Spring Hill has been a family owned and operated business for over 45 years. The unique venue is located in South Berwick, Maine on 60 private acres of rolling hills and waterfront. Rustic and modern, the facility is spacious with a warm and comfortable feel, and offers spectacular views of the surrounding countryside.
Spring Hill's reputation is that of extraordinary personal service and flexibility.
In the 60's Spring Hill served as a local public recreation area, drawing people from around the area to enjoy its hills, pine groves, and waterfront for picnics, games, and swimming in the summer, and skating, skiing and tobogganing in the winter. The Lodge, with its panoramic view of the recreation area, and its warm open fireplace, warmed the hands and hearts of local families.
In the 70's, John and Rosalie Scharf became the owners and caretakers of the South Berwick landmark. The grounds and facilities were modernized, and the two decades to follow saw Spring Hill and its scenic acres become a highly sought-after venue for weddings, company picnics, banquets, private parties, dances, and business functions.
In the 90's, with son Eric Scharf continuing family tradition and taking on a management role, Spring Hill grew again with the opening of The Lodge Restaurant. The restaurant was an instant success, blending fine dining with a local flair and the personal touch that has always defined Spring Hill.
In 2002, Spring Hill was completely rebuilt. The new facility is a beautifully rustic and modern building boasting panoramic views from both function rooms as well as the restaurant. A large walk-out deck with access from the restaurant and the main function hall hugs the entire length of the building, overlooking the countryside and the waterfront.
Spring Hill is a spectacular hidden jewel in southern Maine, offering a unique blend of family ownership, amazing views, great food, and the quality of service that comes from hosting weddings, outings, and events of all kinds for nearly 50 years.
Spring Hill is located just a short drive from the Maine seacoast, southern New Hampshire, and Massachusetts.