This is another very nice KOA campground located in a great hillside country setting about 8 miles north of Cooperstown NY.
The park is clean and well maintained. Interior roads are gravel. Sites are fairly level and most are in open areas with a few shade trees. This is a great campground for larger rigs because the sites are comfortably large.
Many folks come here to visit the Baseball Hall of Fame, but there’s lots more to do around this quiet campground in the foothills of the Adirondacks. Camp here, and you’re just a couple miles from Lake Otsego, where you can rent boats and cast for bass. A Glimmerglass State Park trail leads to a grand overview of the lake and wooded hills.
The Leatherstocking Theatre and Glimmerglass Opera provide first-rate entertainment. Get a hands-on picture of farming in the mid-1800s at The Farmers Museum. You can still get a taste today, thanks to the Amish families who make their way to the campground by horse and buggy for Saturday bake sales in season. The pool, game room, banana bikes and hayrides also offer campers plenty to do. It all adds up to a full day, capped by a lovely sunset in the hills.
We’ve stayed here several times this year and plan on going back next summer!