Open Space

The goal of this committee is to protect some of Casco’s undeveloped land as one of the primary goals of the recently updated and adopted Comprehensive Plan for the Town of Casco

 

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Monday 9:00am - 4:30pm
Tuesday 11:30am - 7:00pm
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Phone: (207) 627-4515
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Loon Echo Land Trust

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Lake Region Greenprint

Loon Echo Land Trust partnered with the Trust for Public Land (TPL) to organize the “Lake Region Greenprint” project with the following seven partner communities and municipalities: Bridgton, Casco, Denmark, Harrison, Naples, Raymond and Sebago.

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Town of Casco - Open Space Commission

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Casco Open Space

The Casco Open Space Commission was formed in July 2009 after the Casco Open Space Ordinance was adopted by vote at the June 2009 Town Meeting. It meets the third Monday of every month at 6:30 pm at the Casco Community Center.

Open Space Maps

The Open Space Commission created four Maps below in the Fall of 2010 to facilitate discussion of open space opportunities in Casco. They are relatively large and may take a minute to display, depending on your internet connection.

50 and 70 Acre Parcels

Open Space Additional Links

Open Spaces

Coffee Pond
Launch is off the Coffee Pond Road near Rt 11 intersection in Webb's Mills.
Crescent Beach
Edwards Road, just off Rt 11.
Residents and Guests only.
Dingley Fields
Brown Ave, behind the South Casco Fire Station. This field is used for the Rookie and Minor League baseball teams as well as the 10 and under softball teams.
Hacker's Hill
Hacker's Hill Road At the top of the hill are open grassy fields for walking, picnicking, scenic viewing, sunset gazing and photography.
Hancock Memorial Field
Near intersection of Rt 11 and Rt 121, behind Casco Memorial Field. The field has one major league ball field that is also for adult softball and kickball. Contact the recreation department for a listing of programs.
Jugtown Forest
627-7676 ext. 2020
Edes Falls Road
Enjoy miles of marked trails in accordance with Hancock Lumber's rules and regulations. Snowmobiling is allowed in the forest, as is hunting; be sure to wear blaze orange from October through December.
Libby Park
Brown Avenue off of Quaker Ridge Road. Offering a basketball court, tennis court, and swings.
Manning Field
Raymond Cape Road. Right off Rt 302 heading south at Cry of the Loon, about 1/2 mile on right. Look for sign. This is a small field used for tee ball and 8 and under softball.
Mayberry Hill Preserve
Trail head is on Mayberry Hill Road. Park along the road, near white farmhouse and field. Looping trail on 160 acres of mixed woodlands, meadow and streams.
Parker Pond
Mayberry Hill Road. Gravel launch off Lord road. Suitable for small boats and hand carry.
Pleasant Lake
Pleasant Beach is located on Mayberry Hill Road, just off Rt 121. Residents and guests only.
Thompson Lake
Heath Road. Public launch at Thompson Lake Marina
Thomas Pond
Gravel launch is located near the outlet on Rt 302 at the Raymond/Casco town line. Suitable for small boats and hand carry.
Webb's Mills Park
At the intersection of Rt 11 and Rt 85. Webb's Mills Park offers a gazebo and benches on the river. It's perfect for playing Frisbee, throwing a football, or letting the kids run around.

 

 

 

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Town of Casco
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