Jay is one of the northernmost towns in Orleans County, Vermont, United States, located on the Canada–US border. Jay  is a small, scenic ski and golf town (thanks to Jay Peak Resort) located at the very top of Vermont in Orleans county and borders Quebec, Canada to the north. Jay is in an area of the state known as the „Northeast Kingdom“ and is one of the last „undeveloped“ towns where you still find peace and serenity while enjoying the world-class recreational opportunities that exist within our borders. Activities in Jay include skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing,  snowmobiling on VAST trails,  golf, hiking, fishing, hunting, bird watching, mountain biking, and spectacular fall leaf peeping. Jay Peak Resort’s 18 Hole Golf Course, NHL size Indoor Ice Arena,  Pump House Indoor Water Park, Conference Center and Mountain Learning Center has truly turned Jay Peak Resort into a four season destination.

There is a lot of festivals in Jay, Vermont, like, Jay Peak August West Music Festival – Saturday, August 9, 2014, Orleans County Fair in August , The Orleans Country Fair (commonly known as the Barton Fair) This is an old-time agricultural county fair with entertainment and fun for the entire family. It has it all – from entertainment to rides to tractor pulls to agricultural barns. Something for every age. Also, there is Vermont Dairy Festival. The Dairy Festival is always the first full weekend in june!! Main St., Enosburg Falls, VT.Running Thursday thru Sunday, there is a parade, midway rides for the kids, demonstrations, food and so much more. A town wide event not be missed. An event that honors the long tradition of milk farmers and products in Vermont. Although Enosburg Falls, VT is not in the „NorthEast Kingdom“, farming and dairy is important to the whole state of Vermont. This festival has one of the longest parades in the state! Prepare for up to two hours of bands, floats and politicians.