Mailing Address

707 Shaker Rd
New Gloucester, ME 04260


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Driving Directions

Shaker Village is located on Route 26, approximately 8 miles north of Exit 63 of the Maine Turnpike I-95 in Gray, Maine, and 8 miles west of Exit 75 (Auburn).

The Village is 25 miles north of Portland, and 12 miles west of Lewiston-Auburn.

From the south (Boston, Portland): Take Gray-Exit 63 off the Maine Turnpike I-95. At the traffic light at the toll booth turn left to Route 26A. Go to the next set of traffic lights and bear right into Route 26A. Stay on Route 26A until it merges with ROUTE 26 NORTH. Follow ROUTE 26 NORTH for approximately eight miles to Shaker Village (watch for large black and white road signs).

From the North (Augusta, Bangor): Take Auburn Exit 75 off the Maine Turnpike I-95. Turn right onto Routes 100/4/202. Follow that route for one mile and turn right onto Route 122. Follow Route 122 over hill and dale until you come to Route 26. Turn left onto Route 26 South. Follow Route 26 South for about 2 miles and you will be at Shaker Village. The Village is about eight miles from Exit 12 (watch for road signs).

Meals are not available at the Village. A wide selection of restaurants are located within 10 minutes of the Village (see below) in the towns of Gray, New Gloucester, Poland, and Auburn.

For information about area accommodations, call the Maine Office of Tourism at 1-888-624-6345.

Other places to visit in the area:

Gems of 26

Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village is a proud member of the Gems of Route 26, which includes the Maine Wildlife Park, Poland Spring Resort, Poland Spring Preservation Society, Poland Spring Preservation Park, and McLaughlin Garden & Historic Homestead.

Great local food within 5 miles or less of Shaker Village includes Bresca and the Honeybee under the pine grove on the nearby shores of Sabbathday Lake, hand-crafted sandwiches, brick-oven pizza and more at the New Gloucester Village Store in the heart of the lower village of New Gloucester, Cole Farms for family dining in Gray, for great seafood and more visit Cyndi’s Dockside overlooking Range Pond on Route 26 in Poland, and Ruby Rose Frozen Custard offers an unforgettable summertime treat on Route 26 in Poland.

Local shopping includes: Chipman Farmstand for local produce (Route 26, Gray), The Barn on 26 with a high-quality selection of oak and antiques, collectibles and home décor at the Poland House on Route 26 (Poland), Donna’s Greenhouses (Route 122, New Gloucester) with annuals, perennials, landscaping needs and gardening gifts.

Golf at Poland Spring Resort, swim at Outlet Beach, and hike at Range Pond State Park! Can’t do it all in one day? Stay at the nearby historic Poland Spring Resort—check out their reasonable rates and special packages.