There is lots of fun to be had! Whether exploring nature, riding bike, playing on our NEW playground, playing basketball, tetherball, enjoying our new Frisbee golf addition or having a s'more and unwinding by the campfire. You will be sure to make memories to last a lifetime. Plus, bring your swim suit to take a dip in our pool, opening just in time for Memorial Day Weekend!
The Farmers' Museum is located in Cooperstown, New York, and is one of the best-known attractions in the town. Just north of Cooperstown, it overlooks Otsego Lake and recreates rural life from the 19th century through exhibits and interactive workshops.
The National Baseball Hall of Fame brings fans from near and far! Enjoy a day trip (or two) to check out baseball nostalgia, or come for the induction ceremony of some of the finest.
The Fenimore Art Museum is a museum located in Cooperstown, and includes collections of American Indian Art, American fine and folk art, 19th and early 20th century photography, as well as rare books and manuscripts.
Summer and Ommegang go hand in hand. Enjoy a tour and taste of what they have to offer, and then grab a bite to eat in the café. The Brewery Ommegang concert series runs from May through the end of July.
Located on the beautiful Otsego Lake, the Glimmerglass Opera has shows throughout the summer. Offerings also include on site dining and free previews.
Located between Utica and Albany, Red Shed Brewery uses a majority of New York-grown hops to brew all our craft beers in the Cherry Valley location. The Cooperstown taproom is located near Oneonta, NY, less than half a mile down County Highway 33 from Brewery Ommegang.