- Town in Maine
South Berwick Reviews
Rating 4.29 out of 5 24 reviews
South Berwick is a fantastic town to live in! It is such a safe environment, and the school system excels! There is a lot to do with the family. Including parks, trails, libraries and so much more! It is a small little town, and it is a very close-knit community.
I've spent nearly my whole life growing up in South Berwick, Maine. I really love the area and how kind everyone is. Plus I feel safe wherever I go.
I have lived in South Berwick almost my entire life, and I'm so lucky to call this place my home. This town is extremely safe, especially for kids. However, I am unsure about the job opportunities. There is a famous town 20 minutes away called Portsmouth, NH, and a few other local Maine towns nearby that offer good job opportunities.
I grew up in South Berwick, ME. It is a small town in southern Maine, on the border of New Hampshire. While I wasn't excited about living in South Berwick when I was growing up because I thought it was too small and boring, I am grateful to have been raised here now. I received a good education in the public school system and always felt cared for by my teachers and peers. The community in South Berwick is small enough that everyone seems to know each other and is a great place to raise a family.
South Berwick is very average. there's nothing really to do in South Berwick. I grew up in South Berwick and I could probably walk the whole place with my eyes closed. The people are good, the schools are good, no one causes any trouble. It's basically like any other town anywhere else in the world. the only con I would say is that there is literally nothing to do. Nothing.
Phenomenal town, great schools, great people. Such a gem. Incredible experience being able to live here and raise a family. The best of the best in York.
A great town to raise children. It lost a star due to the fact that some folk are quite outspoken about not being open to "outsiders" moving in and the town progressing. On the flip side, many are friendly and welcoming. Great schools and lots of things nearby to do. We are enjoying this life.
I love the small town feel of South Berwick. It's a community where people care about each other. Being from "away", no one has ever made me feel like I didn't belong. I've lived here for 25 years, and I've always felt welcome. The schools are terrific, and the teachers, parents, and community are very much a part of that success!
South Berwick is a town with a strong sense of community. At every opportunity, there is a special occasion for the people to share.
South Berwick is a nice town that is very safe and worry-free. All of the residents are very nice and you get to know everyone in town. It's very easy to meet new people and feel welcome in a community like this.
South Berwick is a small comfortable town in Maine. There, you can find a community of positive and uplifting people. The school teachers help to provide a safe and positive environment in the school district.
South Berwick was a great, quiet town to be raised in :) I have so many great friends from school and extracurricular activities. We were a very good athletic community, we loved the outdoors, and we also loved our education. A great town to grow up in and close to major cities such as Portland, ME, and Boston, MA. Great for field trips for the family, and nights out when you grow up.
Very snobby town if you weren't born and raised here then you "don't belong" here. I am extremely disgusted with the treatment people get in this town and cont down the days till I can leave again.
Nothing is far away, yet still maintains isolated feel
I love our small community, proximity to larger towns, yet being rural.
Most of our down town houses are from the 18th century but are extremely well kept and sought after. Outside of that most houses are pretty average in size to very large and have a rustic spacious look to them. The worst living space in our town is in the small portion of town that resides on the far end near our most popular local restaurant. Even there however, the housing is pretty decent and would appeal to many in a city.
Our community is very small but very unified. We are all New Englanders. We route for the same teams, are die hard sports mans, and always have a chip on our shoulder and a constant unified desire to survive one more winter at least. That's what keeps us all so driven and close.