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Apartment in Cooperstown
Deer Meadow Farm Studio: spacious studio apartment
Deer Meadow Farm Studio is modern, spacious (24'x16') and includes many amenities to make your stay comfortable and relaxing! Including:WiFi • Spectrum/Apple TV • Radiant floor heat • A/C • Private patio w/ gas grill • All linens/towels • Kitchenette (microwave, mini-fridge, Keurig, toaster). PLEASE NOTE: There is NOT a full kitchen. Located near The Baseball Hall of Fame, Brewery Ommegang, Cooperstown Farmers' Market, Glimmerglass Festival as well as the many area shops and restaurants!
$92 per night
Home in Cooperstown
1st Class Rentals Cooperstown New 3 Bedroom House
If you are looking for the best place to stay in the Cooperstown area- You Found It! It is all new inside!! The Best Location in the area for Cooperstown Baseball Hall of Fame & Ommegang Brewery! Located in a quiet neighborhood this house has all new appliances, leather couch & chairs, flat screen TV's in all rooms, huge washer/dryer. ********There is an additional fee per guests per night of $50 after 2 guests. ********The additional pet fee (dogs only) is $100 per pet per stay.
$149 per night
Guest suite in Cooperstown
Village Suite Walking Distance to Everything
This guest suite has all the comforts of home. It's a comfortable walk or bike ride to the Hall of Fame, historic downtown, the Farmer's Museum and beautiful Otsego Lake. A 24-hour grocery store is around the corner and we're close to the trolley that will take you all over Cooperstown in the summer. And it's only a 10 minute drive to Brewery Ommegang. Please note, there is no TV or cable in the suite. Just Wi-Fi.
$111 per night

Stay near Cooperstown's top sights

National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum275 locals recommend
The Otesaga Resort Hotel43 locals recommend
Doubleday Drivers LLC31 locals recommend
Mel's at 2268 locals recommend
Bocca Osteria35 locals recommend
Upstate Bar and Grill25 locals recommend

Cooperstown cottage rentals

Cottage in Cooperstown
1794 Homestead Guesthouse
$139 per night
Cottage in Milford
At Home Base Yellow Cottage
$145 per night
Cottage in Richfield Springs
Camp Rose Claire * Lakefront * Near Cooperstown *
$184 per night
Cottage in Kerhonkson
Home Alone Woods
$131 per night

Your guide to Cooperstown

Welcome to Cooperstown

Whether you’re into sports, the arts, or the great outdoors, this northern Catskills Mountains town sitting on the southern end of Otsego Lake is world-famous in each of these realms. Hit a home run in a haven for baseball fans: Cooperstown is home to the National Baseball Hall of Fame as well as the Heroes of Baseball Wax Museum, a famous bat maker, and Doubleday Field. Meanwhile, author James Fenimore Cooper dubbed Otsego Lake “Glimmerglass” in one of his novels, making way for both a lakeside park and a renowned summer arts festival bearing the name. Also channeling that creativity in town is the Fenimore Art Museum. And finally, everywhere you look, Cooperstown is about living the simple life outdoors, from hiking and golfing to canoeing and swimming.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Cooperstown

Along with its baseball ties, spring tends to attract the most visitors, despite the mix of humidity and chilly temperatures. Festivities start up in May with the General Clinton Canoe Regatta, the longest single-day flat water canoe race in the world, and the Hall of Fame Classic baseball game. Summer ushers in a more temperate climate, primed for warm outdoor days melting into comfy evenings, as the arts crank into gear with the Cooperstown Summer Music Festival and the famed Glimmerglass Festival celebrating the arts. By the time fall rolls around — toasted with a Harvest Festival — that crisp autumn air reigns, often accompanied by rainy days, and even the beginning of snow. Winter days are cold and snowy, and tourism slows, but along with that comes more room to enjoy the area.

Top things to do in Cooperstown

National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

The crown jewel of Cooperstown is the 60,000-square-foot mecca of baseball history, located right on Main Street, with 40,000 artifacts. While there are exhibits on the sports’ greatest names, the displays also put visitors at the forefront, highlighting the power of baseball on American lives and culture. This is just one of many baseball sites around town, also including Doubleday Field and Cooperstown Dreams Park.

Glimmerglass State Park

All that glimmers is indeed Otsego Lake. While the waters beckon those looking to swim, kayak, and fish, the lakeside park also has five hiking trails, including the Sleeping Lion Trail with a viewpoint of Mount Wellington resembling the trail’s namesake. Also on site: the 53-foot-long Hyde Hall Covered Bridge from 1825 and the 50-room country house Hyde Hall.

Farmers’ Museum

Located on the site of James Fenimore Cooper’s farm from 1813, the living museum is a look back in time at what life was like on a working farm. The Empire State Carousel, with 25 hand-carved depictions of animals in the state, also started running here in 2006.

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