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Favorite thing: On arriving in Cooperstown, I happened by chance to come across their Visitor Information Building (Chamber of Commerce) located on Chestnut Street (Highway 80) near the centre of town.
Since I was a bit early to check into the Resort and had no information whatsoever on the town, I decided to see what help was at hand! The lady staffing the front desk was very helpful, quickly pulling out a map of the town to show me where both the Resort and the local attractions were located. They even had a big parking lot out the back that she recommended I use to avoid the hassles of parking along the streets.
Fondest memory: Armed with my fist full of information, I headed off on foot to kill a few hours before checking in at the Resort.
Updated Sep 1, 2005
Favorite thing: I am a big fan of baseball so seeing the Baseball Hall of Fame was very fun. If you are not into baseball there are still a lot of stuff you can so! The downtown is full of interesting shops and there are a variety of stuff you can buy. No matter what, Cooperstown will be a good trip.
Fondest memory: The thing I remember the most is playing mini putt at Jack Nicholas's (hope I spelled the name correctly) Golf Complex. There were mini waterfalls and the courses were quite challenging. I also remember losing my ball in the water and trying to get it out. I hope that if you go, you will visit here.
Written Feb 9, 2004
Favorite thing: Absolutely visit, tour, taste Brewery Ommegang. Been to Belgium. This beer from Cooperstown holds its own!
Fondest memory: What a treasure. Even if you can manage to ignore the baseball crowd.
The Farmer's Museum is worldclass. The Native American collection at the Fennimore House is also a must see.
Written Aug 24, 2002
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