The Teapot Town: Jackson, NY
The Town of Jackson was named after our seventh president in 1815 when it was split off of Cambridge. Its nickname stems from the town's shape which strikingly resembles a teapot. Located approximately halfway between Saratoga Springs, NY and Manchester, VT, Jackson provides a quiet, relaxing retreat.
The town features three historic covered bridges, a number of lakes, campgrounds, and summer cottages, making it an ideal destination for those seeking outdoor recreation and culture.
Agriculture is a primary industry in Jackson, with a number of farms having been operated by the same family for more than one hundred years. Farms have grown more diverse in recent years, adding alpacas, sheep, and vegetables to goods being cultivated in the town.
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