The Most Haunted Places in Cooperstown

Cooperstown has seen its fair share of inhabitants through the years. It’s no wonder that some of them have yet to leave. The upstate town is known for being a hot spot for paranormal activity. During your visit explore these haunted places in Cooperstown if you dare.

Hyde Hall

The former residences of Cooperstown’s founding family are full of over 200 years of history and just as much ghostly activity. There have been many documented ghost run-ins through the years. One such spirit is that of the wife of George Clarke. After Clarke passed away, his son inherited the mansion and threw his mother out. Afterward, she vowed that she would haunt the house in her death. She reportedly kept her word, and since her death, she’s been letting visitors know that she is still keeping watch over her home. Sightings of a woman in white appearing in the nursery, as well as a piano-playing itself in the parlor, are common.

The Otesaga Hotel

One of Cooperstown’s most historic buildings, the Otesaga is known for its paranormal history as much as its grandeur. Guests and employees have reported dozens of strange unexplainable happenings while at the hotel. The third floor is a particularly well-known location to encounter ghostly beings. You can hear the giggles of young girls echoing throughout the halls, more than likely from the hotel’s past as a girl’s school. In other cases, employees have heard feet shuffling throughout the halls headed to the front desk. If your room is on the fifth floor, you’ll likely be sharing your accommodations with a ghostly guest or two. Don’t be surprised if your chair isn’t in the same place you left it.

The Farmer’s Museum

Walk the shadowy grounds of the Farmers Museum during the annual Things That Go Bump In The Night Ghost Tour. Museum guides recount the mysteries and ghostly spirits that have lingered in the historic village. Hear the tale of a young ghost seen in Bump Tavern. You can still hear the strike of the anvil in the early morning at the old blacksmith’s building.

Stay at Inn at Cooperstown

Complete your tour of the most haunted places in Cooperstown with a stay at The Inn at Cooperstown. Though it’s not haunted, our Cooperstown hotel is designated as a historic landmark. Notable details and distinct character give our inn a unique charm you will not find anywhere else in Cooperstown. We offer spacious accommodations that come with an exceptional level of comfortability and elegance. Discover the unique history of our historic village and book your stay at The Inn at Cooperstown!

Cooperstown Attractions in Walking Distance to The Inn at Cooperstown

Just half a block from Main Street and several Cooperstown attractions, The Inn at Cooperstown is the ideal lodging choice for your next vacation. In the heart of it all, our historic inn is a few minutes away from shops, restaurants, and the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Use our guide and find your way to these Cooperstown attractions.

National Baseball Hall of Fame

0.2 miles/5-minute walk

One of the top Cooperstown attractions is the National Baseball Hall of Fame. With over 40,000 three-dimensional artifacts in the Hall of Fame’s collection and three million library items that bring the history of baseball to life, each visitor can get a glimpse of what makes baseball special to them.

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Lucky for guests of The Inn at Cooperstown, this popular destination is an easy 5-minute walk down Main Street. Take your trip to Cooperstown to the next level with one of our custom experience packages we have in partnership with the Baseball Hall of Fame. Stay in one of our beautiful accommodations and enjoy access to our exceptional amenities with one of these packages below:

  • National Baseball Hall of Fame: Custom Tour Package – The custom tour experience features a private artifact spotlight of items that are not on display in the Museum from your favorite team. That’s right, you pick the team, and the museum will put together your artifact display! It can’t get any better or more personal than that.
  • Ultimate Baseball Hall of Fame Getaway Package – For the serious baseball buff looking for hotels near the Baseball Hall of Fame, there’s nothing better than our Ultimate Baseball Hall of Fame Getaway package! Get in the game as you explore the museum as a VIP and relive the sport’s best moments and pay respects to its greatest players.

To book your package, call us at 607-547-5756. Or view our other experience packages to find one that is right for you!

Double Day Field and batting range

.02 miles/3-minute walk

Visit the historic baseball field where it’s said the first game was ever played. Doubleday Field now hosts the Hall of Fame game every year and is one of Cooperstown’s top destinations. Located next door to Doubleday Field are the batting cages. Take a swing at the TRU-PITCH batting machines – used by the major league teams or check out one of the video games.

Lakefront park

0.3 miles/5-minute walk

Located on the southern shores of Otsego Lake and just a few minutes from The Inn at Cooperstown is Lakefront Park. Enjoy a relaxing stroll amongst lush greenery while taking in beautiful scenes of the lake. It’s the perfect spot to easily enjoy some peace and quiet.

Cooperstown Farmers Market

0.2 miles/3-minute walk

A year-round indoor market, the Cooperstown Farmers Market features local farmers, producers, and artisans within a 50-mile radius. Find everything from seasonal produce and fresh baked goods to artisan cheeses and wine.

Glimmerglass Queen Boat Tour

0.4 miles/8-minute walk

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Take a tour of Otsego Lake aboard the Glimmerglass Queen Boat Tour. Enjoy a one-hour narrated tour around Otsego Lake while sipping on your favorite beverage from the bar. Tickets go on sale for each cruise 15 minutes prior to departure, so reservations are not necessary for normal tour times.

Note: Glimmerglass Queen Boat Tour has not opened for the 2021 season yet. Check back for an updated schedule as COVID-19 guidelines are updated.

Farmers’ Museum

1 mile/20-minute walk

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If you are willing to go the extra mile, a 20-minute walk brings you to the Farmers’ Museum. Visitors will enjoy a unique opportunity to experience 19th-century rural and village life firsthand. A favorite among all Cooperstown attractions, the museum includes a working farmstead, a recreated historic village, the Empire State Carousel, and more.

Shops in Cooperstown

Being that The Inn at Cooperstown is just half a block from Main Street, there are several shops within walking distance including, the Tin Bin Alley, Christmas Around the Corner Gift Shop, Baseballism Cooperstown, and the Cooperstown Bat Company.

Read here for more on how to shop local in Cooperstown.

Cooperstown restaurants

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The Inn at Cooperstown is conveniently located near, with some in walking distance, to many restaurants in Cooperstown, NY. Guests will find a variety of dining options including, Italian cuisine, pizza, burgers, bakeries, plus local groceries, and markets. Upon check-in, a guide to takeout and delivery dining options will be provided to each guest.

Just to name a few:

  • Cooperstown Diner
  • Alex’s World Bistro
  • Mel’s at 22
  • Toscana Italian Fusion & Grill
  • Nicoletta’s Italian Café

For a full list, be sure to visit our dining page.

For more about what to do in Cooperstown, be sure to download the This is Cooperstown Vacation Guide. Start planning your vacation today and book your stay at The Inn at Cooperstown!

How to Shop Local in Cooperstown

For those who love Cooperstown, what could be better than a gift from their favorite local shop, restaurant, or hotel in town? Whether you are looking for an anniversary gift, birthday gift, or something for yourself, Cooperstown offers plenty of gifting ideas that will surprise and delight. Discover how you can shop local in Cooperstown with these gifting ideas!

Any baseball shop in town

For those who are a fan of America’s favorite pastime, Cooperstown is home to several baseball shops like Mickey’s Place, the Cooperstown Bat Company, and Seventh Inning Stretch. Or head on over to Double Day Field and shop at Baseball Nostalgia for one-of-a-kind baseball memorabilia.

Specialty stores

There are several specialty stores in town that cater to all, no matter who you are shopping for. Browse the racks at Kate’s Upstate for one-of-a-kind women’s clothing. For unique souvenir gifts, fudge, and chocolates, shop at Tin Bin Alley.

L J’s Sassy Boutique is another great option for shoe shopping and other accessories. And for the art lover in your life, stop in at the Cooperstown Art Association Galleries. This non-profit art gallery is located on Main Street and is a great way to support the arts and local artists.

Wine and dine

Wine and dine them at one of Cooperstown’s many local restaurants. Enjoy delicious Italian food at Nicoletta’s Italian Café, classic American foods at Mel’s at 22, or casual dining at the classic Double Day Café. Whatever yours or their flavor is, Cooperstown has it all!

Antique and thrift stores

For those who love a good thrift store or antique find, Cooperstown offers plenty to choose from. Shop the Glimmerglass Arts and Antiques for jewelry, antiques, home décor, and more. For unique vintage toys, check out Posies Vintiques, just outside of Cooperstown in Milford.

A gift certificate from The Inn at Cooperstown

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The Inn at Cooperstown.

Give them the gift of travel and purchase a gift certificate from The Inn at Cooperstown. You can’t go wrong with gifting a comfortable and relaxing stay at The Inn at Cooperstown. Create memories that will last a lifetime with a stay at our historic inn.

A unique Cooperstown experience

Gift them the complete Cooperstown experience with one of our vacation packages. The Inn at Cooperstown has teamed up with several local companies and attractions such as Brewery Ommegang and The Baseball Hall of Fame to bring you one-of-a-kind experiences all while staying in one of the most elegant and beautiful accommodations in town.

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No matter the time of year, we’ve got something special planned. From our fright and delight package during Halloween to our Merry & Bright package for those who like to spend the holidays in Cooperstown.

  • National Baseball Hall of Fame: Custom Tour Experience
  • Bed and Brew with Brewery Ommegang
  • Ultimate Baseball Hall of Fame Getaway Package
  • Fright and Delight Package
  • Merry & Bright Package
  • December Special Edition Bed & Brew Package
  • January Special Edition Bed & Brew Package

For more details on each vacation getaway, visit here. And to book for yourself or someone else, be sure to call us at 607-547-5756.

Things to do in Cooperstown while Social Distancing

During these unprecedented times, we’ve had to adjust our daily lives but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy the things we love. Help slow the spread of COVID-19 and keep yourself and others safe by practicing social distancing when out and about. Enjoy these things to do in Cooperstown while social distancing.

Order take-out from your favorite Cooperstown Restaurant

While you may not be able to dine in at your favorite Cooperstown restaurant, most are offering take-out options to bring home with you. From American classics at Mel’s to tasty Italian at Nicoletta’s Italian Café, you’ll find something for everyone. New York Pizzeria and Maskots Pizza & Grill offer delivery options as well.

Plus, Cooperstown Distillery and Brewery Ommegang are providing curbside pick-up of your favorite beers and liquor.

Get your own local restaurant guide for take-out and delivery when you stay at The Inn at Cooperstown. Upon check-in, each guest will receive our local’s guide to restaurants offering food/beverage take-out.

Visit Otsego Lake

image of Otsego Lake in Cooperstown
The blue waters of Otsego Lake in Cooperstown.

New York State Parks are open, and park fees are currently being waived by the state. So, as we head into summer with warmer days ahead, visit Glimmerglass State Park. The park rests just eight miles outside of Cooperstown, overlooking Otsego Lake. There are trails available for day hiking, sandy beaches for a relaxing afternoon, and beautiful views all around you. A favorite spot to visit is Brookwood Point on Otsego Lake. This 100-year-old garden offers a place for hiking, paddling, and beautiful scenery.

While the park is currently open, social distancing requirements are in place.

Get out on the water

Stay cool this summer and get out on the water with activities such as kayaking, canoeing, or paddleboarding. Need a kayak or a canoe? Visit one of Cooperstown’s local outfitters at Canoe and Kayak Rentals, offering three locations, one of which is just two miles from The Inn at Cooperstown at Brookwood Point. Or visit them at Glimmerglass State Park for rentals.

Bike Cooperstown

One of our favorite things to do in Cooperstown while social distancing is biking. Spring through fall, biking in Cooperstown is a great outdoor activity that most anyone can enjoy. From road biking to mountain biking, there is a path for everyone.

bicycle clubhouse at the Inn at Cooperstown
Big Ringe Bicycle Clubhouse at The Inn at Cooperstown.

When you stay at The Inn at Cooperstown, guests get direct access to our Big Ring Bicycle Clubhouse here at the inn. Our clubhouse is outfitted with all the amenities a cyclist would need, including secure storage, maintenance stand, tire pump, and more. After your ride, be sure to come by the clubhouse for a cold beer or sports drink from our stocked fridge. It’s a great way to spend a day in Cooperstown.

Clark Tower Trail

Take a breath, or two, of fresh air with a hike along the Clark Tower Trail. The 3.5-mile trail offers minimal elevation gain, making this an easy hike the entire family can enjoy. Note there is no true parking at the trailhead, so hikers must park along the road.

Play golf

Play a round or two of golf at one of several golf courses in and near Cooperstown. Our golf courses offer exceptional links, green grounds, and stunning vista views. Both Leatherstocking and Otsego golf courses are open to the public. Find the course that’s right for you and start planning your round of golf.

Cooperstown Farmer’s Market

fresh food at farmers market

Shop the Cooperstown Farmer’s Market every Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. or take advantage of their curbside pick-up. Order what you want online between Monday at 5:00 p.m. and Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. and pick up your order on Saturday. Find your favorite vendor and new ones on their website and help support local businesses.

Visit Fly Creek Mill

Order some cider to go from The Fly Creek Mill. Inside the mill, the store is currently open where shoppers can find everything from freshly made fudge and maple syrup to delicious cheeses and jams. And for when you are at home, they even offer a virtual tour of the mill.

Stay at The Inn at Cooperstown

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Front porch at The Inn at Cooperstown.

Enjoy these things to do in Cooperstown while social distancing and stay at The Inn at Cooperstown. During these times, we will remain open to welcome, assist, and serve our guests as needed. We will remain transparent and continue to uphold the highest standard of customer service and health protocols. Please be sure to visit our COVID-19 resource page for more information regarding changes to cancellation policies and additional safety measures we are taking at this time.

5 Reasons Why We Love Cooperstown, NY

In the spirit of travel, consider a vacation to one of America’s best small towns, Cooperstown, NY. There are many reasons to love Cooperstown, NY that we know will keep you inspired and coming back for years. Whether you are looking for a vacation for the whole family or a couple’s retreat, Cooperstown is the perfect getaway. Discover our reasons we love Cooperstown, NY, and why you will too!

Beautiful views

One thing is for sure, there are incredible views to be enjoyed in Cooperstown. Located on the southern end of Otsego Lake, Cooperstown provides beautiful lakefront views that are enjoyable at any time of year.

Visit Glimmerglass State Park for limitless beauty that will take your breath away. Overlooking Otsego Lake, Glimmerglass State Park is filled with rolling, partially wooded landscape, historic landmarks, and a beautiful sandy beach for those warm summer days. From warm summer days at the lake and fall colors in autumn to a frosty wonderland in the winter, Glimmerglass State Park offers beautiful views year-round.

For the love of the game

The biggest reason people love Cooperstown, NY is its historic ties with the game of baseball. Said to be the birthplace of baseball, Cooperstown is home to the National Baseball Hall of Fame, Double Day field, and several other notable landmarks that pay tribute to America’s favorite pastime.

For a one-of-a-kind experience visiting the Baseball Hall of Fame, be sure to sign up for one of our packages, including the Ultimate Baseball Hall of Fame Getaway Package, Baseball Hall of Fame Custom Tour package, or the Baseball Hall of Fame Care and Conservation Workshop.

Cooperstown Main Street

A stroll down Main Street is one of the many reasons we love Cooperstown, NY. Its authentic village and non-corporate vibe create the truest sense of what it means to be small-town America at its most beautiful. With its charming storefronts, brick-ladened buildings, local restaurants, and unique boutiques, there is plenty to keep you entertained.

Rich history

Cooperstown is rife with history, which is part of what adds to its charm and character. From popular landmarks like Hyde Hall, The Farmer’s Museum, and Double Day Field to lesser-known structures like the Hyde Hall covered bridge– the oldest wooden covered bridge in the United States – that resides in Glimmerglass State Park or the Kingfisher Tower at Otsego Lake.

Stay at The Inn at Cooperstown

One of the many reasons to love Cooperstown, NY is its historic and charming accommodations, like The Inn at Cooperstown. Designated as a historic landmark, The Inn at Cooperstown is a beautiful example of Second Empire architecture with distinct and charming features, inside and out.

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The Inn at Cooperstown.

Each room is uniquely decorated with its own individual personality and charm, but each offering the modern amenities you would expect on your travels. Guests enjoy a daily breakfast in our dining and parlor space, and plenty of room to stretch their legs on the front porch with a glass of wine at the end of the day.

Discover the best of why we love Cooperstown, NY, and book your stay with us today!

Your Guide to Restaurants in Cooperstown, NY

Named by Food and Wine Magazine as one of the six “best little food towns,” Cooperstown has a lot to offer with its culinary scene. When visiting Cooperstown, you will find there is no shortage of good places to eat. Whether you are looking for a casual spot to dine with the entire family or a romantic dinner for two, there are plenty of restaurants in Cooperstown to choose from. So, pull up a seat and discover some of our favorite restaurants below.

Nicoletta’s Italian Café

Located along Cooperstown’s quaint Main Street and walking distance from The Inn at Cooperstown, Nicoletta’s Italian Café is a favorite amongst locals and visitors alike. With a family-style dining atmosphere with a hand-picked menu of authentic Italian cuisine that features fine cuts of meat, seafood, and pastas, plus an extensive wine list.

Bocca Osteria

This family-run Italian restaurant helped to put Cooperstown on the map in the food world with its unique takes on your favorite Italian foods. Indulge in pastas, paninis, and pizza from their woodfired oven.

Mel’s at 22

Serving up classic American cuisine in an intimate and stylish setting, Mel’s at 22 is one of the best restaurants in Cooperstown. Enjoy eats like tequila scallops, steaks, seafood, and more from their dinner menu. On the lighter side, try their lunch menu, featuring soups, salads, burgers, plus sandwiches and wraps. But don’t forget about their signature cocktail menu that shouldn’t be overlooked.

Council Rock Brewing

A local brewery with a food problem. Not only does Council Rock Brewing serve up tasty brews, but they also dish out one of the best food menus around. With an elevated take on bar food classics like their signature garlic-pesto fries, salads, brie burger, and signature bratwurst, all of which pair nicely with one of their brews.

Doubleday Café

For a casual setting and good food, check out the classic Doubleday Café. Serving up American-style cuisine, pub grub, and beer, both the food and atmosphere are casual and comfortable. Down the street from the Baseball Hall of Fame, the café offers burgers, sandwiches, soups, Mexican easts, plus a nice selection of drinks, wine, and beer.

Alex & Ika

For a bit more of an upscale dining experience, check out Alex and Ika. This cozy bistro focuses on international dishes with food items ranging from Hong Kong pork belly steamed buns and Thai curry to Mexican tacos and a Moroccan tagine. So, grab your passport and enjoy a taste around the world at Alex and Ika.

Fenimore Café

If you plan to visit the Fenimore Art Museum, then you should also plan on a light lunch at the Fenimore Café. Choose from a selection of homestyle soups, sandwiches, and wraps, which all pair nicely with a glass of wine or local brew. But what makes dining here even better, is the café’s location on the beautiful garden terrace.

Stay at The Inn at Cooperstown

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Breakfast at The Inn at Cooperstown

Dine at these delicious restaurants in Cooperstown and start your day off right with a complimentary breakfast when you stay at The Inn at Cooperstown. Choose from a custom-blended, locally roasted coffee selection, a variety of cereals and granola, plus fresh fruit and more. Enjoy breakfast in one of our two beautifully decorated dining rooms and soak up the charm of our inn as you set out on your adventures for the day.

Cooperstown Summer Events

While there is plenty to do year-round, summer is Cooperstown comes alive with various events, festivals, and concerts. From Baseball Hall of Fame events and summer concert series, there is something to do every weekend of the season. Discover these Cooperstown summer events and start planning your getaway today!

Glimmerglass Festival

It really wouldn’t be summer in Cooperstown without an evening spent at the opera. Maybe one of the most beloved Cooperstown summer events, the Glimmerglass Festival brings a variety of original productions and rarely performed operas to our small town. This one-of-a-kind destination combines world-class opera and musical theater, for all to enjoy. The festival begins in July and continues through August.

Baseball Hall of Fame events

As the birthplace of baseball, planning a trip around one of the Baseball Hall of Fame events is a must!

Hall of Fame Classic

Kick off summer Memorial Day weekend with a true classic; The Hall of Fame Classic. Spectators will enjoy a seven-inning legends game featuring Hall of Famers and former major league players. The event is held at the Historic Doubleday Field.

Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Weekend

Another notable Cooperstown summer event is the Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Weekend. Held in July during the annual Induction Ceremony at the Clark Sports Center. Typically, more than four dozen Hall of Famers annually return for this event, with the weekend filled with fun activities and things to do. Admission to the ceremony is free and is televised live on MLB Network.

Enjoy a unique experience at the Baseball Hall of Fame with our exclusive packages. Book your stay with The Inn at Cooperstown and sign up for the Ultimate Baseball Hall of Fame Getaway Package.

Live music and festivals

If you love music, then summer in Cooperstown is where you want to be! From classical and jazz performances to waterfront shows and the Cooperstown concert series, there is something for everyone.

Cooperstown Summer Music Festival

Since 1999, the Cooperstown Music Festival has offered more than 100 concerts, featuring various artists and genres such as jazz, classical, and bluegrass. In July and August, Cooperstown hosts a variety of concerts and performances. Be sure to check their schedule for all upcoming events.

Cooperstown Lakefront Concert Series

Every summer, on Tuesdays at 7 PM, the historic bandstand at Lakefront Park lights up with musical performances for all to experience. Admission is always free, so bring your chair or blanket and relax amongst the starts on the shores of Otsego Lake for an evening of musical entertainment.

Ommegang concerts

Mark your calendars for Brewery Ommegang’s summer concert series. Every year, Brewery Ommegang hosts an all-star lineup of well-known musical performers to its 136-acre farmstead. Past performers included Elvis Costello, Old Crow Medicine Show, and Death Cab for Cutie (coming in June 2019). Be sure to purchase your tickets in advance, as these concerts tend to sell out quickly.

Other museum events

Be sure to also check out other Cooperstown summer events happening at the Fenimore Art Museum, The Farmer’s Museum, and Hyde Hall. Each offers its own unique events each summer so be sure to check their online schedules.

For more things to do in Cooperstown, visit The Inn at Cooperstown’s activities page.

Cooperstown, NY hotels

Enjoy these Cooperstown summer events with a stay at The Inn at Cooperstown. Our award-winning bed and breakfast are conveniently located near The Baseball Hall of Fame, Otsego Lake, and downtown – making it easy to enjoy all there is to do in Cooperstown. Be sure to browse our accommodations and start planning your summer vacation to Cooperstown today!

Cheers! Your Guide to the Cooperstown Beverage Trail

Discover the history of Cooperstown with the area’s many breweries, distilleries, and wineries along the Cooperstown Beverage Trail! Well before baseball became America’s favorite pastime, Cooperstown was once the hop-growing capital of North America. The Cooperstown Beverage Trail offers 37 miles of a chance to sample local brews, wines, and spirits that help make Cooperstown a unique stopover for enjoying a tasty libation.

Sip and savor your way through central New York by visiting these local establishments along the Cooperstown Beverage Trail:

Brewery Ommegang

Located in Cooperstown, Brewery Ommegang is local favorite farmstead brewery featuring tours and tastings of its Belgian-style beers and bite-size eats. Be sure to also ask about the final release of their 2018 Game of Thrones-inspired Royal Reserve Collection, King in the North.

656 Co Hwy 33

Cooperstown Distillery

As the only distillery on the Cooperstown Beverage Trail, the Cooperstown Distillery is micro-distillery serving a small-batch line of spirits. Using almost entirely New York State grains, you can enjoy the “grain to bottle” experience. Join a VIP tour and witness the entire process, from the mash to distillation.

11 Railroad Ave., Cooperstown, NY

Pail Shop Vineyards

Pail Shop Vineyards highlights the spirit of Cooperstown’s early settlers who grew cold climate grape varietals and crafted wines of the region. Enjoy wine tastings and a variety of events throughout the year including Painting at Pail Shop.

126 Goose St, Fly Creek, NY

Cooperstown Brewing Company

Located in Milford, the Cooperstown Brewing Company is a small-batch brewery that produces ales, porters, and stouts. Enjoy tastings at their on-site tasting room.

110 River Street, Milford, NY

Fly Creek Cider Mill

The Fly Creek Cider Mill is a historic water-powered cider mill located in Cooperstown on the banks of Fly Creek. Choose from over 40 different daily tastings, including apple wines, hard ciders, mill-aged cheddar cheese, and fresh mill fudge. With their winery, restaurant, and various on-site activities it is a perfect place to spend a Saturday afternoon.

288 Goose Street, Fly Creek, NY

Bear Pond Winery

Located in Oneonta, Bear Pond Winery offers a wide variety of blends at their petite winery. Their one-acre vineyard produces varietals ranging from Riesling, Concord, Niagara, and others.

2515 NY-28, Oneonta, NY

Butternuts Beer & Ale

Noted for their fine balanced composition and excellent taste, Butternuts Beer and Ale is a small-batch brewery located in Garratsville, NY. Claiming, “a beer even your mom will love”, their creatively named brews offer a good laugh and a craft beer taste you will love right out of the can.

4021 NY-51, Garratsville, NY

Rustic Ridge Winery

Located on a local farm in Burlington Flats, NY, Rustic Ridge Winery is a family-run winery that works with a small vineyard in the Finger Lakes region. Please your palette with their diverse selection of New York state wines, such as their two New York State Rieslings. The farm also offers local Amish cheeses and jams to complete your experience.

2805 St. Hwy 80, Burlington Flats, NY

The Inn at Cooperstown bed and brew packages

Another great way to enjoy the brewery scene here in Cooperstown is to purchase one of our bed and brew packages and experience the VIP treatment! We have partnered with a local favorite, Brewery Ommegang, to offer guests a unique way to take their Cooperstown getaway to the next level. Upgrade your getaway by experiencing what makes Cooperstown unique while enjoying a cozy stay in one of our beautiful rooms.

Special Edition Bed and Brew Package

Join Brewery Ommegang’s Brewmaster and Innovation Manager for a tasting of four different beers from Ommegang’s pilot system. As a guest of The Inn at Cooperstown and part of this package, you will be tasting beers that have not yet been released to the public! The brews will be paired with delicious food at the gourmet beer and food pairing.

We are offering this package in both January and February only.

See here for more details. Be sure to call 607-547-5756 to book the January Special Edition Bed and Brew Package.

Bed and Brew with Brewery Ommegang

Who wouldn’t want to stay at a cozy inn and sample some tasty beer during their next weekend getaway? Well, you can do just that with The Inn at Cooperstown Bed and Brew package with Brewery Ommegang. Enjoy a two-night stay at The Inn at Cooperstown, transportation to and from Brewery Ommegang, VIP brewery tours, food and beer pairings, and so much more!

See here for further details. Be sure to call 607-547-5756 to book the January Special Edition Bed and Brew Package.

Cooperstown, NY Hotels

Discover genuine hospitality at The Inn at Cooperstown. Our distinct character and charm can be seen in every detail, from our luxurious amenities to our comfortable and cozy rooms and suites. Complete your visit with a stay at The Inn at Cooperstown and be sure to inquire about one of our bed and brew packages, a truly unique way to discover the best of Cooperstown.