Green Apple Inn

81 Lake St., Cooperstown, New York, 13326, United States
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Main street lined with shopsMain street lined with shops

Travel Tips for Cooperstown

It can get cold

by mingomatic

I came around september and in the mornings, it's quite cold. You might want to bring a jacket and long sleeve shirts as it was about 50 degrees in the morning and low 60's in the day in September. If you want to stay in a B&B I'm sure you might want to bring your own types of shaving cream and such. I stayed at a Best Western so I didn't need soaps or anything of my own. They had everything a standard hotel has. Definitely bring a camera and/or a camera phone to take pics of all the foliage and unique barns in the area.

Local Countryside

by Bwana_Brown

After leaving the Cobleskill area, about half-way to Cooperstown, I struck off on Highway 165 to see what the back-country away from the Interstate highway had to offer. There are lots of small roads and little villages throughout this part of New York state, so it is best to have good road map if you want to go 'exploring' like this!

It was interesting to see the landscape changing over from Summer into Winter mode. Although it was sunny, the high temperature for the day was only 8 degC and I could see a thin skiff of ice on the surface of the many ponds that I passed.

The terrain is rolling here, with many small brooks cutting channels in the hillsides that are a mix of forests and fields. I stopped to take this picture only a few miles east of Cooperstown.

Fly Creek Cider Mill and Orchard

by kooka3

Although this is techinically in Fly Creek (hence the name!), Fly Creek is a blink-and-you-miss-it town about 5 minutes outside of Cooperstown. This is a working cider mill, but that's only a minor portion of what they do there. They have a ton of food like salsas, jams, pumpkin and apple butter, dips, etc. All of it is available for tasting. They also have apples (go figure!), cheese, hard and regular cider, fudge, etc. The best, though, are the cider donuts that they serve hot!! :)

Outside, check out the animals. You can feed the geese, ducks, turkeys, and chickens.

Glimmerglass Opera

by PetraG

Each summer, the Glimmerglass Opera, located just north of Cooperstown, creates four new productions, mixing exciting new versions of traditional operas with daring interpretations of rarely produced works. All operas are presented with projected titles in English.

Farmer's Market

by Bwana_Brown

Another Cooperstown attraction which owes it's origins to the Clark family is the Farmer's Museum.

Located almost directly across Highway 80 from the Fenimore Art Museum, the Farmer's Market depicts life on an 1845 era farm.

This site was actually a working farm in 1813 under the ownership of James Fenimore Cooper. It eventually ended up in the hands of the wealthy Clark family in the 1870s. In 1918, the farm was modernized to look after the needs of the family cattle herd with the buildings being constructed using local stone in the Colonial Revival-style.

By 1944, the entire complex was opened to the public as the Farmer's Museum and today it includes other buildings moved in from other parts of the state to reflect what life would have been like on an area farm of the mid-1800s. Staff at the Museum provide a living history of a by-gone life by demonstrating the skills of blacksmiths, a working general store and a wall-paper production shop among other things.

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Address: 81 Lake St., Cooperstown, New York, 13326, United States