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Cooperstown, NY 13326
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Cooperstown & Otsego County


(??.? miles from you)

Main Street
Cooperstown, NY 13326
United States


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Why You Should Go...

Cooperstown, coined “America’s hometown” is centrally located in NY State. It is the perfect road trip just under 2.5 hours from the Hudson Valley area. Cooperstown is worth the upstate ride for its

Located at the southern tip of Otsego Lake, made famous by author James Fenimore Cooper’s The Leatherstocking Tales, the terrain makes for perfect winter sporting. 

Take a trip for personal growth, to bond with family members, or just a friend while doing what makes you happy. Strap into your boots, snowshoes, or x-country skis and traverse the area’s vast countryside. Fat Tire bikes often hit the snowy trails here, too. The craft beverage and restaurant scenes are here for refueling and the after-party.

From Holiday season events & shopping to the area’s biggest attractions and mid-winter ice fishing, Cooperstown welcomes year-round check-ins! Simple to swanky stays & Packages are available if a day trip just won’t do it.

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Why You Should Go...

Cooperstown, coined “America’s hometown” is centrally located in NY State. It is the perfect road trip just under 2.5 hours from the Hudson Valley area. Cooperstown is worth the upstate ride for its small-town, Americana-feel, and bucket-list status for fun-seekers.

Located at the southern tip of Otsego Lake, made famous by author James Fenimore Cooper’s The Leatherstocking Tales, the terrain makes for perfect winter sporting. 

Take a trip for personal growth, to bond with family members, or just a friend while doing what makes you happy. Strap into your boots, snowshoes, or x-country skis and traverse the area’s vast countryside. Fat Tire bikes often hit the snowy trails here, too. The craft beverage and restaurant scenes are here for refueling and the after-party.

From Holiday season events & shopping to the area’s biggest attractions and mid-winter ice fishing, Cooperstown welcomes year-round check-ins! Simple to swanky stays & Packages are available if a day trip just won’t do it.

What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Available: Café, Restaurant, Bar, Private Dining, Patio Dining, Kids Activities, Souvenirs

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The Otesaga Resort Hotel usually closes for the winter but has opted to remain open year-round. The Hawkeye Bar and Grill restaurant on site serves up the classiest décor along with a diverse menu and hosts the unique International Nights each Wednesday starting after New Year’s Eve. 

There are many boutique Inns and B&B’s if you prefer a cozier stay, many within walking distance of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.  Travel Packages make planning a cinch, so check ThisIsCooperstown.com for details.

Lastly, map your trip, call ahead, and enjoy. Wi-Fi is often dicey in this neck of the woods and some businesses operate according to the weather in the winter. Treasure your time making memories in Cooperstown & Otsego County.

Fun Facts

Otsego County boasts 16 lakes and is home to the mouth of the “Mighty” Susquehanna River that finds its end in the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland.  The General Clinton Canoe Regatta, the “World’s Longest Single Day Flat Water Canoe Race” is begins in Cooperstown each May.

Cooperstown is called “Santa’s Second Home”, by some.  A short, heart-warming story written by Cooperstown’s Santa himself, Paul Timothy Kuhn.  It is also known as “The Village of Museums”. 

Architectural Digest named Cooperstown one of “The 25 Best Small Towns in America”.

Looking for holiday gifts? The Fly Creek Cider Mill has an endless supply of sweet and savory snacks. The Cooperstown Bat Company makes personalized bats for play or display and the Cooperstown Distillery sells one-of-a-kind baseball decanters filled with some of the best NYS spirits to be had.

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Why You Should Go...

Cooperstown, coined “America’s hometown” is centrally located in NY State. It is the perfect road trip just under 2.5 hours from the Hudson Valley area. Cooperstown is worth the upstate ride for its small-town, Americana-feel, and bucket-list status for fun-seekers.

Located at the southern tip of Otsego Lake, made famous by author James Fenimore Cooper’s The Leatherstocking Tales, the terrain makes for perfect winter sporting. 

Take a trip for personal growth, to bond with family members, or just a friend while doing what makes you happy. Strap into your boots, snowshoes, or x-country skis and traverse the area’s vast countryside. Fat Tire bikes often hit the snowy trails here, too. The craft beverage and restaurant scenes are here for refueling and the after-party.

From Holiday season events & shopping to the area’s biggest attractions and mid-winter ice fishing, Cooperstown welcomes year-round check-ins! Simple to swanky stays & Packages are available if a day trip just won’t do it.

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What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Available: Café, Restaurant, Bar, Private Dining, Patio Dining, Kids Activities, Souvenirs

How You Can Follow...

EXTRA FUN

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The Otesaga Resort Hotel usually closes for the winter but has opted to remain open year-round. The Hawkeye Bar and Grill restaurant on site serves up the classiest décor along with a diverse menu and hosts the unique International Nights each Wednesday starting after New Year’s Eve. 

There are many boutique Inns and B&B’s if you prefer a cozier stay, many within walking distance of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.  Travel Packages make planning a cinch, so check ThisIsCooperstown.com for details.

Lastly, map your trip, call ahead, and enjoy. Wi-Fi is often dicey in this neck of the woods and some businesses operate according to the weather in the winter. Treasure your time making memories in Cooperstown & Otsego County.

Fun Facts

Otsego County boasts 16 lakes and is home to the mouth of the “Mighty” Susquehanna River that finds its end in the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland.  The General Clinton Canoe Regatta, the “World’s Longest Single Day Flat Water Canoe Race” is begins in Cooperstown each May.

Cooperstown is called “Santa’s Second Home”, by some.  A short, heart-warming story written by Cooperstown’s Santa himself, Paul Timothy Kuhn.  It is also known as “The Village of Museums”. 

Architectural Digest named Cooperstown one of “The 25 Best Small Towns in America”.

Looking for holiday gifts? The Fly Creek Cider Mill has an endless supply of sweet and savory snacks. The Cooperstown Bat Company makes personalized bats for play or display and the Cooperstown Distillery sells one-of-a-kind baseball decanters filled with some of the best NYS spirits to be had.

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