Easton, located in Washington County, is a beautiful agricultural community. The 30+ farms make Easton the most agricultural town in the region. From the mountains on the east to the Hudson River on the west the beauty is enhanced by the patchwork of open fields and wood lots. This picturesque scenery is unsurpassed!
Easton boasts a variety of agricultural businesses – dairy, beef, horses, sheep, vegetables, fruits, field crops, plus small scale ventures such as emus, goats and poultry. There is also a meat processing operation, an agricultural products store, a veterinary clinic, a farm machinery business and an organic farm.
Visitors to Easton enjoy locally grown produce available at many farm stands, homemade ice cream, world-famous melons, golf courses, picturesque views and hiking trails at Dionondahowa Falls.
The west town line is defined by the Hudson River with Saratoga County on the opposite bank. The south town line is the border of Rensselaer County. NY Route 40 is a north-south highway through the center of Easton, and NY Route 29 crosses the north of the town.