Plan Your Visit
Part of the mission of the Route 20 Association is to work to protect, preserve, interpret and promote the assets of the 108 miles of the Route 20 Scenic Byway and within the 6,500 square miles of the Scenic Byway Corridor. With open land, historic communities, unique architecture and beautiful views bring such significant assets, our work is centered on increasing the awareness and sustainability of the wonderful communities and unique businesses throughout one of the most scenic areas and along one of the most historic drives in New York State. We are thankful for the support of our members and particularly grateful to the many businesses that sponsor our efforts. We encourage you to support our members and sponsors in every way you can.
- Sports & Recreation (13)
- Culture & Entertainment (15)
- Educational (13)
- Outdoors (16)
- Family Fun (16)
- Railroads (2)
- Heritage & History (30)
- Museums (25)
From Animals to Art
Family-friendly festival with children's activities, workshops, demonstrations, free lectures, sheep shearing, fiber animals, and over 100 vendor booths under cover with handmade products from natural fibers. June 8 - 9 at Butternut Hill Campground.
an eclectic collection of unique gifts
Come see what everyone is talking about! 10 themed rooms - just like a general store. Gifts for you, your family, home and friends. An out of the ordinary shop in an award winning historic shoe repair shop.
The Village was settled in 1752, and was incorporated in 1868. It is generally accepted that a German grist miller named Jacob Kobel (variated as Kobus, or Cobel) built a mill on the Cobleskill Creek. The Dutch word for river or creek is kill, thus the name Cobleskill, for "Cobel's creek". The Schoharie County Sunshine Fair, held annually in Cobleskill since 1876 is the village's largest event.
Central NY's largest downtown independent bookstore with more than 23,000 titles,for every age, interest and style. Children's book room, games, toys, computers,tech accessories, art & school supplies and more.
Located on the Village Green in downtown Hamilton this completely renovated historic hotel has been pampering guests with small town hospitality for more than 80 years.
Cooperstown was founded in the late 1700's by William Cooper. William Cooper was a judge, a member of Congress and encouraged numerous settlers to this area. His mansion, which burnt down many years ago, stood next to what is now the Baseball Hall of Fame and the grounds of the mansion are now a park.
Arriving in Otsego County on Route 20, you'll find a place where culture meets with applause and world class opera, national art exhibitions, theater and concerts. Here, past meets present, from hands-on history museums to baseball games, historic sites and New York State's first cuisine trail.
built in 1869
Ride into history and beautiful scenery. Built in 1869, visitors can experience what was once the primary form of transportation throughout the country - rail travel. Special train rides throughout the year.
The Cooperstown Art Association Galleries are free and open to the public Daily 11 - 4pm, Sunday 1-4pm and Closed on Tuesdays Labor Day through Memorial Day. We are located at 22 Main Street in the Village Hall on the Corner of Main and Fair Streets in Cooperstown, NY 13326. Call (607) 547 - 9777 or visit www.cooperstownart.com
One of the nicest parts of the trek to Cooperstown is the beautiful countryside you will be traversing to get here! We don't apologize for being off the beaten track, and we're sure you'll agree it's worth the trip. Directions are included from every point on the compass, sometimes more than one alternative! Come Enjoy!
handcrafted artisanal spirits
Handcrafted Artisanal Spirits featuring Beanball Bourbon, Fenimore Gin, Glimmerglass Vodka and Abner Doubleday Double Play Vodka. Free tastings and tours daily. Retail spirits, souvenirs, barware & glassware.
Since 1991 the Cooperstown Farmers’ Market has been a community gathering place featuring quality products from local farmers and artisans. Make one stop and find an abundance of diverse local bounty. Thirty growers, producers, and artisans, all located within 50 miles, provide weekly staples including fresh seasonal produce, pasture raised meats, handmade breads, artisan cheeses, and free range eggs. Round out your shopping list with honey, flowers, wine, maple syrup, sweet treats, artisan crafts, and more!
Camping is Calling! Book your getaway now!
Relax in the quiet rural surroundings of Cooperstown, New York. Close to the Baseball Hall Of Fame and the Glimmerglass Festival, and much more!
Family Camping in Cooperstown
Full service family camping at its very best at a top rated NYS campground/RV park. Large RV and tent sites, camping cabins, deluxe cabins and premiere travel trailer rental. Heated pool,stocked fishing pond, laundry, rec hall, game arcade and more.
Handcrafted food and beer.
Enjoy our delicious & innovative menu featuring fresh, local ingredients, our extensive beer selection, and our team approach to service – no tipping necessary! Open for lunch & dinner Tuesday-Saturday.