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Cooperstown: A Father’s Day Itinerary / A Weekend Getaway

Weekend getaways are more popular than ever—and why not? You get an overnight and two days of vacation without missing a beat. I recently spent...

Autumn in New York

Fall golf is exhilarating in the Empire State's scenic northern reaches

My Town: A Young Traveler's Cooperstown

America's quintessential small town is even more charming in the off-season—and all yours, including the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Our young insider shows you...

Weekend Getaways

Who doesn’t love a weekend getaway? A long weekend break provides enough delicious time to feel the distance from home and job but still be...

Holidays 2004: Cooperstown, New York

WHY NOW Hang your Christmas stocking in Cooperstown, the snowy capital of central New York's Leatherstocking region. This Federal-era village facing frozen Lake Otsego kicks...

Long Weekend: Cooperstown, New York

Long before Cooperstown became the St. Andrews of baseball—in fact, long before Abner Doubleday's game became our national pastime—the author James Fenimore Cooper predicted that...

Yes, There Really is a Cooperstown

But is this almost-too-perfect time capsule still relevant?Perhaps more than ever

America's Best Hotels for Fall Colors

Plan your leaf-peeping trip around one of these inns with spectacular views of fall colors.

Hot Tips: Long Island, Ohio, Cooperstown

Pinafores, Ahoy When Brigid de Guzman sent her sister's four-year-old a hand-stitched dress, her sister secretly whisked it away to the buyers at Bergdorf Goodman...

Visiting Cooperstown, New York

Cooperstown is a summer visit: some hotels and attractions close in winter. The Baseball Hall of Fame induction ceremonies are usually held in late July...
HOTELS

Otesaga Resort

Built in 1909, this Federal-style resort makes a grand first impression thanks to 30-foot pillars and a lengthy walkway up to the entrance. Wide verandas overlook Otsego Lake (dubbed the... more ›


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