The citizens of Easton are fortunate
to inherit a town with so much of its New England character intact.
Elements that draw visitors from neighboring states and towns
survive here through a combination of family agricultural tradition
and the town’s location in a watershed area. The allure of tractor rides over stubby fields beneath trees ablaze with color, small children laden with arm-loads of pumpkins, a stroll through the orchards to pick apples or blueberries, a Sunday drive past antique homes brilliant with summer flowers, a hike through woods that unfold uninterrupted for miles, a wintry trudge over snowy hillsides in pursuit of the perfect tree, invite people to revisit homey family traditions associated with New England’s past…but still alive in Easton.