Cooperstown Accommodations

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Find the perfect Cooperstown rental property for your next New York getaway with our interactive accommodations map. Simply search by desired travel week, type of lodging, and preferred location to find your new home-away-from-home.

Wake up on the scenic shores of Otsego Lake and enjoy all that lakefront rentals have to offer, including swimming, boating, and fishing.

Find team lodging near the Cooperstown Dreams Park so your baseball team can take full advantage of being close to local attractions.

Cooperstown Accommodations also offers a variety of houses with amenities including in-ground pools. Or choose an apartment in the Village of Cooperstown, within walking distance of downtown Cooperstown and the Baseball Hall of Fame.

Whether you're looking for the perfect place to spend the week with your family or need baseball team lodging during your visit to Cooperstown - Cooperstown Accommodations offers a variety of rentals to choose from.

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Location Search Map Canadarago Lake Otsego Lake Fly Creek Hartwick Village of Cooperstown Arnold Lake Cooperstown/Route 28 Corridor Oneonta Milford Crumhorn Lake Goodyear Lake


Cooperstown, "The home of Baseball" is located at the junction of routes 28 and 80 at the south end of Otsego Lake, just three miles from Cooperstown Dreams Park.

Surrounded by magnificent wooded hills and situated on the lake's shores, today Cooperstown is a "village of museums," including the National Baseball Hall of Fame, the Farmers' Museum and the Fennimore House Museum, home to one of the country's premier folk art collections. Other cultural attractions include the Glimmerglass Opera, New York State Historical Association, and several small art galleries. The Leatherstocking Golf Course is also within a mile of downtown at the historic Otesaga Hotel.

Cooperstown's Main Street provides visitors with shopping in various boutiques, gift emporiums and family dining in a variety of restaurants. The town's Trolley System features four old-fashioned trolleys that carry visitors from remote parking lots to Main Street and the museums in town. If you're looking to stay right in the heart of Cooperstown, we offer wonderful homes and apartments with easy access to Main Street.

For your convenience, accommodations in Village provide parking, allowing guests to walk to the various Cooperstown attractions.


Bordered at the north by the hamlet of Springfield Center and the south by the Village of Cooperstown, Otsego Lake is the largest lake in the Cooperstown area at 4,200 acres. If you're looking for a waterfront rental, you will find some of the best on Otsego Lake.

Otsego Lake offers a wide variety of recreational opportunities such as boating, sailing swimming and fishing. There are two swimming areas owned by the Village of Cooperstown along the East and West shores, as well as Glimmerglass State Park - a large swimming and camping area at the north end. Sam Smith's Boat Yard offers boat rentals and is located 2 miles north of the Village of Cooperstown on the west side.

Arnold Lake

Arnold Lake is a 64 acre spring fed lake approximately 5 miles from Cooperstown Dreams Park. It is ideal for swimming because of its very clear water, and maximum depth of 60 ft.

Canoes, kayaks, and paddle boats are great for Arnold Lake, as there is a limit to motor size and hours of motor use, which makes it the perfect place for a relaxing paddle.

If you're in town for Cooperstown Dreams Park, take a quick trip over to Arnold Lake, and relax on a beautiful summer's day.


Approximately 14 miles from Cooperstown Dreams Park, Canandarago Lake is the second largest in Otsego County. It's a clean lake that is perfect for swimming, boating, and fishing - especially since it is heavily stocked with norlunge or tiger muskies that can be over 30 lbs!

There are beautiful lakefront homes


If you're looking for a pristine getaway, head straight to Crumhorn Lake. As a 57-acre private mountain-top lake with limited access and a maximum depth of 17 feet, Crumhorn Lake is perfect for swimming, fishing, and paddling (no motor boats allowed).

The entire west side of the lake is owned by the Otschodela Boy Scout Council who uses it as their summer camp, and on the east side there are just 17 private cottages.

Plus, you won't be far away from the rest of the Cooperstown area! Crumhorn Lake is just 3 miles from the Village of Milford, 6 from Cooperstown Dreams Park, and 9 from Oneonta. It's the best of both worlds!


The lovely Village of Fly Creek is located 3 miles west of Cooperstown on State Route 28. Fly Creek offers restaurants, a corner store/gas station, the Christmas Barn, and the famous Fly Creek Cider Mill. Guests staying in Fly Creek can use County Route 26 as a short cut to access the Cooperstown Dreams Park in just 7 miles.

Goodyear Lake

Goodyear Lake was formed in 1907 with the construction of a dam on the Susquehanna River. This 370-acre lake has an average depth of 14 feet and is 30 feet at its deepest point.

Goodyear Lake is a long, relatively narrow lake that runs along NY State Route 28, approximately 10 miles south of Cooperstown Dreams Park, and 6 miles north of the city of Oneonta.

Canoe and kayak rentals are available, or bring your own! It's the perfect place to relax with your friends and family - book your stay today!


Hartwick is a small village at the intersection of State Route 205 and County Highway 11, approximately 6 miles from Cooperstown Dreams Park. Hartwick offers a quiet country setting with easy access to both Cooperstown and the city of Oneonta.


The Village of Milford is 12 miles north of the I88 interchange on State Route 28 and 4 miles south of Cooperstown Dreams Park. Accommodations in Milford offer guests a peaceful setting with access to a country inn, a general store, a brewery and a full service restaurant. Milford is also home to the Cooperstown and Charlotte Valley Railroad, which runs between Milford and Cooperstown and stops at Dreams Park on the way.


The City of Oneonta is located on Interstate Route 88, within close proximity to State Route 28. With its population of 14,000, Oneonta prides itself on having a small town atmosphere. Main Street complements the small town ambiance with its red brick sidewalks and turn of the century style street lamps. It is the heart of the retail shopping industry in Oneonta and offers a wide range of shopping options mostly centered on locally owned and operated specialty shops. Oneonta's South Side features a shopping center, large grocery stores, Wal Mart, Home Depot and numerous restaurants.

Oneonta is home to The National Soccer Hall of Fame, Cooperstown Baseball World, and is approximately 20 miles (a 30 - 40 minute drive) from Cooperstown Dreams Park.


The Cooperstown/Route 28 Corridor is an 8 mile segment from Cooperstown, with its northern boundary to Milford as its southern boundary, and Cooperstown Dreams Park as its mid point. Accommodations along this corridor are the closest to Dreams Park and are also in close proximity to grocery stores, full service and fast food restaurants and the Cooperstown Fun Park.