Butternut Valley Golf and Recreation

Address:  435 Elliott Rd,  New Berlin, NY  13342
Phone:  607-965-7772

Cooperstown Fun Park

Address:  State Route 28,  Cooperstown, NY  13342
Phone:  (607) 547-2767

Cooperstown Fun Park Free Grounds Admission Ample free car and bus parking, for your protection, height restrictions and safety guidelines apply on some attractions. Shirts and shoes must be warn at all times. Sorry NO glass or pets are allowed in the PARK. Children 9 and under must be supervised at all times by person age 16 or older. Operating schedule, pricing and polices are subject to change without notice. Spring Vacation & Weekends Weather Permitting. Other days open rain or shine. Please call to find out current prices and hours.

Fenimore Art Museum

Address:  Lake Road, Route 80,  Cooperstown, NY  13342
Phone:  (607) 547-1400

Fenimore Art Museum An elegant 1930s mansion overlooking Otsego Lake, Fenimore Art Museum was built on the site of novelist James Fenimore Cooper's home. It became the headquarters of the New York State Historical Association in 1945 at the invitation of philanthropist Stephen C. Clark, Sr. Over the years, the Historical Association's collections of fine art, folk art, and American Indian art have grown to represent and illuminate our cultural heritage and to celebrate America's artistic traditions and history.

Fly Creek Cider Mill and Orchard

Address:  288 Goose Street,  Fly Creek, NY  13342
Phone:  800-505-6455

This turn-of-the-century water-powered mill is a fascinating family attraction located in the heart of New York State just minutes from Cooperstown, New York, the Birthplace of Baseball and home to the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Sample a wide variety of taste treats in the Snack Barn featuring old-fashioned cider mill donuts, hearty chili, daily soup specials, hot spiced cider, hot dogs, apple pie a la mode, cider floats and more. Take home a pound of our famous aged cheddar or bagged cheese curds, farm-fresh produce and- of course - fresh sweet cider.

Howe Caverns

Address:  255 Discovery Drive,  Howes Cave, NY  13342
Phone:  (518) 269-8900

Howe Caverns Adjacent to the Howe Caverns Visitor Center, you can try your hand at panning for mineral treasures!! Purchase a bag of mining rough, and make your way to the water sluice to discover garnets, rose quartz, fool's gold, emeralds, aquamarines and many other beautiful stones, or try your hand at sifting for fossils. And all the treasures you find are yours to take home! Howe Caverns Prehistoric world formed milllions of years ago by an underground river. Take a 11/2 hour tour, including a boat ride on underground Lake Venus. Above ground, try gemstone mining. Open all year.

Marketplace on Chestnut

Address:  213 Chestnut Street, Route 7,  Oneonta, NY  13342
Phone:  (607) 432-2240

Antiques - Crafts - Art - 3 floors - dozens of shops. Historic brick 3 - story garment factory.

National Baseball Hall of Fame

Address:  25 Main Street,  Cooperstown, NY  13342
Phone:  (607) 547-7200

Baseball Hall of Fame The centerpiece of the museum is the historic Hall of Fame Gallery where the plaques of every Hall of Fame Member line the oak walls. In the front section of the gallery, visitors will see artifacts representing the most recent class of Hall of Famers. Touring the Museum you will see many other interesting items on display. With more than 165,000 artifacts the museum has something for everyone. Visit and relive the history of baseball from it's beginning to present day. This is a museum the whole family will enjoy.

Petrified Creatures Museum

Address:  Route 20,  Warren, NY  13342
Phone:  (315) 858-2868

On scenic Route 20, 10 miles morth of Cooperstown. Dig for fossils, explore, bring your camera. Best fossil dig in the east.

The Farmers Museum

Address:  Lake Road,  Cooperstown, NY  13342
Phone:  (607) 547-1470

See arts and trades of the mid-1800's. Visit the working farm with rare heritage animals and herbal medicine agrdens. Museum shop with food, books, gifts. A visit to the Farmer's Museum will give you an opportunity to experience rural American life in the mid 1800's. This village has craftspeople who demonstrate the arts and trades of this period. The working farm has rare heritage breeds of animals. Learn about our agricultural heritage through exhibits in the Main Barn.

Train Rides on Scenic and Historic Cooperstown

Address:  NYS Route 7,  Milford, NY  13342
Phone:  (607) 432-2429

Ride Into History... and Beautiful Scenery... Built in 1869, the Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad gives visitors to our area the chance to experience what was once the primary form of transportation throughout the country - riding the rails. In an area rich with railroad history the Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad takes visitors back in time with vintage rail cars and locomotives through the scenic wilderness of the Upper Susquehanna River Valley. The Railroad crosses the river twice over two steel-truss bridges, and travels through a variety of landscapes, including forests, wetlands and agricultural land. In the beautifully restored Milford Depot in Milford, NY, also built in 1869, visitors can view a variety of exhibits and displays.

Unadilla National Track

Address:  5986 State Highway 8,  New Berlin, NY  13342