The Connecticut River Valley's Best Small Village
The Town of Chester was settled in 1692. Chester is a beautiful small rural town that has grown and adapted since its historic beginnings as a shipbuilding and mill town. Often described as quaint and unique, Chester has a picturesque Main Street with interesting architecture, elegant shops, art galleries, superior restaurants, as well as the Norma Terris Theatre. Located on the hillside of the Connecticut River, Chester has marinas, lakes, streams, cascading waterfalls, thousands of acres of state forest, and hiking trails. Chester has a Y.M.C.A. camp, small airport and the Chester Ferry that crosses the Connecticut River on a seasonal basis. The town hosts many annual events including the Winter Carnivale featuring an Ice Sculpture competition.
Live Theatre, quaint little shops and fabulous restaurants
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Updated: 29th September, 2020 12:20 PM (UTC).