Find answers to your questions about your Cooperstown lodging experience and the area surrounding Cooperstown Dreams Park.
Cooperstown Accommodation Property FAQs
A full bathroom is a bathroom that offers the traveler a toilet, sink and place to either shower or bath.
No, we do not allow fireworks at the accommodations.
No, our accommodations do not allow smoking.
Most, if not all, Cooperstown Accommodation’s rentals provide linens & towels for guests to use. Please refer to the rentals listed amenities or call to check for sure if your rental provides these items.
Cooperstown Accommodations acts as your rental agent to ensure you are set up with the best lodging experience for your stay in Cooperstown. Each of our homes are privately owned and the owner(s) will send you information themselves regarding check-in & check-out times, as well as other important information unique to their rental.
Each lake is different. Crumhorn is motorless. Arnold Lake allows motors at certain times. Goodyear Lake does not allow boats, other than those for owners.
If we aren't permitted to have team parties at our rental home, where can we have a get-together with everyone?
There are many parks and restaurants in the Cooperstown area that allow for team parties. Here are a few suggestions:
- Glimmerglass State Park
- Fairy Springs Park
- Three Mile Point
- Gilbert Lake State Park
- Barnyard Swing Mini Golf & Family Fun Center
Cooperstown Dreams Park & Surrounding Area FAQs
Weather will vary from very hot to mildly cool in the summer months. It could be hot during the day and chilly at night, sunny or rainy. Come prepared with rain gear, sunscreen, sunglasses, and long-sleeved shirts to be sure you are always ready for any type of weather.
- May – High: 68°, Low: 44°
- June – High: 75°, Low: 52°
- July – High: 79°, Low: 57°
- August – High: 78°, Low: 56°
- September – High: 70°, Low: 49°
The most popular airports used by guests are Albany International Airport or Syracuse Hancock International Airport.
If you are flying from the Detroit area, the Greater Binghamton Airport is also a close option.
Below we’ve provided the approximate distance between Cooperstown, NY and various major cities. We suggest referencing Google Maps or Apple Maps for the most accurate travel distances/directions from where you live.
- Albany via I-90 & Hwy 20 W: 73 miles
- Binghamton via I-88: 82 miles
- Syracuse via I-90 & NY-28: 85 miles
- New York City via GW bridge to I-87 to I-88: 200 miles
- Boston via I-90: 241 miles
- Philadelphia via I-476 to I-81 to I-88: 257 miles
- Washington D.C. via I-81 to I-88: 374 miles
- Charlotte via I-81: 729 miles
- Chicago via I-90 to I-86 to I-88: 760 miles
- Nashville via I-71 to I-90: 936 miles
Cooperstown is a small village of approximately 2,000 permanent residents and swells to about 10,000 seasonal residents. We have 1 traffic light, a Main Street, and many historical buildings and homes. It reminds us of a Dickens village and stepping back in time. Cooperstown is in the country, surrounded by green meadows, rolling hills, farms and plenty of fresh air. See village map for more information.
The easiest way to get around is by car, either your own that you drove here with or a rental that you retrieved upon arrival to an area airport.
Cooperstown Dreams Park also has a shuttle bus for transport to and from the village. There are designated drop off and pick up points.
You can also purchase a day pass for the trolley which will take you around town and out to the museums.
Yes, the Bassett Medical Center is located in the town of Cooperstown and offers a 24-hour emergency room, open every day. There is also A.O. Fox Hospital in Oneonta, NY, part of the Bassett Healthcare Network. They also have an emergency room open 24/7.
- Bassett Medical Center Address: 1 Atwell Rd, Cooperstown, NY 13326
- A.O. Fox Hospital Address: 1 Norton Ave, Oneonta, NY 13820.
Cooperstown is known as the Home of Baseball & Village of Museums for good reason.
- The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum stands as the repository of baseball’s treasures and as a symbol of honor bestowed upon individual athletes. It’s the red brick building on Main Street.
- The Fenimore House Museum, an elegant 1930’s Georgian mansion with terraced gardens overlooking Otsego Lake, is a showcase of American art collections and the new American Indian wing.
- The Farmers’ Museum and Village Crossroads is located across the street from the Fenimore House. Skilled artisans rekindle the traditions of 19th century rural New York – blacksmithing, spinning and weaving, broom making, woodworking and printing.
The village of Cooperstown and surrounding area have many nice gift and antique shops, baseball memorabilia shops and restaurants. Movie theatres are located in Oneonta.
Cooperstown is blessed to have a nine mile fresh water lake. It is the source of Cooperstown’s drinking water. Glimmerglass State Park is located at the head (north end of the lake) and has a sandy beach and barbecue facilities. A good place for team barbecues. Calling in advance is a good idea. It’s about a 20 minute ride from Dreams Park.
The Village of Cooperstown also maintains 2 smaller public swimming areas – 3 Mile Point, located 3 miles down the west side of the lake (past the Farmers’ Museum and Fenimore House) and Fairy Springs located on the east side of the lake.
A nice idea for rainy days is taking advantage of a day pass to the Clark Sports Center which features a multiuse basketball court, racquetball and squash courts, an 8 lane bowling center, large swimming pool plus a separate competitive diving pool, Nautilus center (extra charge), aerobics studio (extra charge), rock climbing walls and challenge course. A day pass is $7 for adults and $3 for juniors under 21. Note: All juniors must have a waiver form signed by parent or legal guardian before using the facility. So make your plans accordingly!
Two other lakes in the vicinity of the Dreams Park are Goodyear Lake, located approximately 10 miles south and Canadarago Lake, located approximately 12 miles north. Cabin and cottage rentals are available with access to lake swimming.