If you are looking for a great place to stay while visiting Cooperstown, and enjoy a vacation where you can swim and enjoy the water, you will find it here.
Cottage I is a two-bedroom cottage which has cable TV, a kitchen with modern appliances, washer/dryer, and a large bathroom with tub/shower combination. It sleeps 5 adults (1 queen & 1 full bed, with an additional twin bed in the living room area), a cot, and a comfortable 7' sofa and another small sofa available for children. The cottage has a large deck with a┬ágas grill. In addition to the cottage deck, there is a large dock area for boating, swimming, and fishing.
Cottage II┬áhas one bedroom with a queen sleeper sofa and love seat in the living room, and a folding cot. It can sleep 4 adults and 1-2 children. The Cottage has cathedral ceilings in the living & bedroom. Modern kitchen and appliances, washer & dryer, and bathroom w/shower. There is a large deck with a┬ágas grill where you can enjoy the view of the lake, which is about 200' from the cottage.
Located 1 1/2 miles from the cottages, the Rider House┬áupstairs apartment is also available to rent. This turn of the century Victorian home has 14 rooms which includes seven bedrooms. The whole second floor with a private entrance has been set aside for the apartment guests. It offers guests the freedom to enjoy a private home-type atmosphere by taking advantage of the five bedrooms, three bathrooms, small kitchenette, common room, and TV area. In addition there is a gas grill and picnic area with swings on the large lawn which is great for family gatherings or just a quiet stroll. The guests staying at the Rider House have the same lake privileges.
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Spring Park, with its signature clock and venerable band stand, are the centerpieces of the village of Richfield Springs, located midway on the designated NYS Route 20 Scenic Byway. Once home to hotels and guest houses, seven trains of visitors arrived daily to enjoy the health benefits of Richfield's sulphur springs.