This quaint Adirondack community is home to a robust arts scene. Check out the wooden covered bridge, which was built in 1857 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Jay boasts several unique local businesses, including a locally owned lumber store, an alpaca shop, and a farmstead creamery.
- School District: AuSable Valley Central School District
- Recreation: Hiking, hunting, and fishing in the Jay Mountain Wilderness
- Arts: Upper Jay Arts Center, Tahawus Center