COOPERSTOWN, NEW YORK
All baseball fans should move Cooperstown, location of the National Baseball Hall of Fame, to the #1 spot on their bucket lists. While it caters to fans of America’s favorite pastime, Cooperstown also has plenty to offer beyond this, and is full of quaint country charm. Visitors can also experience the rich brewing culture and the natural beauty of Otsego Lake.
Must Do: Watch a baseball game at historic Doubleday Field. Must Eat: Taste your way through the 37-mile Cooperstown Beverage Trail, which highlights the area’s beers, wines, spirits and ciders.
Must Shop: Stop into the Fly Creek Cider Mill & Orchard for unique culinary gifts.
Must Stay: Stay at the Cooper Inn, which is located just two blocks from the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.