Jackson

EXPLORE JACKSON

Jackson, New York, known as “The Teapot Town”, is home to many generational family farms and commercial operations. Located roughly halfway between Saratoga Springs and Manchester, Vermont, the five beautiful lakes make it an ideal spot for a quiet relaxing visit.

 

In addition to the five lakes, Jackson also boasts 3 historic covered bridges, multiple campgrounds and cottages, and no shortage of outdoor recreation.

The History of Jackson, NY

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1700s

The land that is now Jackson was originally part of the Cambridge Patent granted by King George III in 1761.

1800s

In 1815, old Cambrige was split into three separate towns—known today as White Creek, Cambridge, and Jackson, named for General Andrew Jackson, the victor in the 1813 Battle of New Orleans.

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1800s

In 1815, old Cambrige was split into three separate towns—known today as White Creek, Cambridge, and Jackson, named for General Andrew Jackson, the victor in the 1813 Battle of New Orleans.

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Today

While Jackson contains no village of its own, it is within about five miles of three villages – Cambridge to the south, Greenwich to the west, and Salem to the north. In the geographic center of the town, Jackson has five lakes for all kinds of warm-weather fun.

Plan Your Trip to Jackson

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Wild Hill Maple

STOP BY THE SUGAR HOUSE FOR SOME SWEET TREATS!​ If you are nearby, the Sugar House is open and stocked with our full line of products ready for pickup. Products for sale: 3 different grades of syrup (amber, dark & very dark), bourbon barrel-aged maple syrup, maple cream, candy, granulated maple sugar, maple tea & custom made gift sets. ​ We take Cash, Check, VENMO and Credit Card payments here at the sugar house.
Address:
366 Carney Cassidy Road, Salem, NY, USA, Salem, New York, United States 12865
Phone: 5188547272
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The Long Lodge Vacation Get-away

The Long Lodge, available through Air bnb.  3 bedroom, 2 bath house with outdoor fire pit, grill, pavilion, and pet friendly. Relax with family and friends, tall tales ready! Adjacent to Battenkill Valley Outdoors, and the Battenkill State Forest.  
Address:
1414 New York 313, Cambridge, New York, United States 12816
Phone: 518 677-3311
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Lauderdale Park

Washington County's public park on Lake Lauderdale. 2021 Schedule June 26th - September 6th open 7 days a week Hours Picnic Area and Beach: 11am – 7pm (lifeguards on duty at this time) Park Features Basketball, volleyball, horseshoes, swings and nature trails, swimming. Canoes and Kayaks permitted. General Admission: $2/car (parking fee)     ***SPECIAL: $20 season pass*** 
Address:
2642 State Route 22, Cambridge, NY, USA 12816
Phone: 518-746-2451
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Battenkill Valley Outdoors

The Battenkill is a natural flow river, beautiful and scenic. Tree lined with farm fields, historic covered bridges, and fresh, clear refreshing water, this is a great experience for all ages. Battenkill Valley Outdoors provides several options to let you explore this trout stream. Since 2003, BVO has been operating these self guided trips. See ducks, birds, and wildlife. It is a wonderful day outside.
Address:
1414 New York 313, Cambridge, NY, USA, Cambridge, New York, United States 12816
Phone: 518 677-3311
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How to Get to Jackson

Jackson is located in southern Washington County, about halfway between Saratoga Springs, New York and Manchester, Vermont. It is also within five miles of three villages: Cambridge to the south, Greenwich to the west, and Salem to the north.

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