A One-of-a-Kind Fall in Cooperstown

What does fall mean to you? Is it crisp apples straight from the orchard? Entertaining fall festivals celebrating the harvest, family and foliage? Or out-of-the ordinary ways to see the colors of fall? If it's all of the above, then one destination should be on your list of must-visit spots this autumn for a one-of-a-kind fall travel experience – Cooperstown and Otsego County.

Recently named one of America's Best Small Towns by Fodor's, Cooperstown has a number of world-class attractions to boast, including the National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum celebrating its 75th anniversary this year. So, if you're looking for fall epitomized, look no further than Cooperstown. Take a peek at the area's many wonderful lodging options and packages to start planning your getaway today.

Cooperstown Fall Foliage Done Your Way

From seasoned leaf peepers to families, Cooperstown's variety of ways to see the foliage – by foot, bike, boat or even hot air balloon – are unique and varied, with something for everyone.

Beyond taking in Cooperstown's fall colors, visitors can sample Belgian-style brews at Brewery Ommegang, celebrate the harvest at the Farmers' Museum, imbibe authentic apple cider at Fly Creek Cider Mill & Orchard or farm-distillery spirits from the Cooperstown Distillery, and visit the Fenimore Art Museum to see their incredible permanent collection and rotating exhibitions.

Don't forget to check out the area's variety of events during a visit. See you in Cooperstown this fall!