A little about the place we call home...

Welcome to the only Stephentown on Earth!

Stephentown, New York is a small, rural community located at the crossroads of Berkshire, Columbia and Rensselaer Counties.

Bordered by two major mountain ranges, and situated on the edge of the Rensselaer Plateau, its roughly 3,000 residents enjoy a picturesque atmosphere with fertile farmland, diverse natural resources, and a wide range of outdoor recreation opportunities all year long. Such notable nearby destinations include Jiminy Peak, Mount Greylock and Ramblewild as well as a variety of New York state parks.

This quiet, scenic locale also provides the ideal complement to the urban cultural attractions in the Capital Region an hour to the West and the world famous museums, festivals, music and history of Lenox, North Adams, Pittsfield, and Williamstown a few miles to the East. 

A great place to live, vacation and explore, Stephentown continues to attract the kind of resourceful, independent-minded people that have called this area home since it was founded nearly 250 years ago.