FUN FOR KIDS


Many activities are available for young people of all ages. Arts a
nd crafts in
the local museum workshops. Touring our area attractions. Sports and

outdoor activities range from swimming, fishing and boating, hiking, biking,
horseback riding, ice fishing and miniature golf. Local facilities include a
gymnasium and a playground. Watch baseball everyday in Doubleday Field.
Enjoy paddle boats, bumper boats and go-carts. Tour a cider mill and a bat
company. See a baseball show, or dig for dinosaur bones. Ride a train or
explore a cave.
Walk among beautiful butterflies and tropical birds.

Clark Sports Center: 
Just down the road from the cottage - a great place to spend the day.
Swimming, bowling, basketball, racquetball, tennis, rock climbing, and more.
124 Country Rt. 52, Cooperstown, NY 607-547-2800
http://www.clarksportscenter.com

Joseph L. Popp, Jr. Butterfly Conservatory:
See and walk among hundreds of live, free-flying butterflies and over 30 species of tropical birds from
around the world in their 3,000 sq. ft. indoor conservatory herbarium - home also to hundreds of tropical
plants, free-ranging tortoises, lizards and frogs. Fun for the whole family! 5802 State Highway 7, Oneonta,
NY 607-435-1147 http://www.poppbutterflyconservatory.com/

Cooperstown Fun Park: 
Miniature golf, go-carts, bumper boats, an arcade and pizza & ice cream parlor. State Rt.28,
Cooperstown, NY 607-547-2767
http://www.cooperstownfunpark.com

Fly Creek Cider Mill: 
This turn-of-the-century water-powered mill is a fascinating family attraction.
288 Goose St., Fly Creek, 607-547-9692 http://www.flycreekcidermill.com/

Howe Caverns:
Howe Caverns is the largest cave opened to the public in the Northeast. The great limestone
cave, carved by water over the course of an estimated 10 million years, is a land where time
stands still. 255 Discovery Drive,Howes Cave, NY, 518-296-8900,
http://www.howecaverns.com

The Barnyard Swing:
 
Adjacent to Cooperstown Dreamspark is a 18 hole "farm theme" miniature golf course.
Also included: an ice cream parlor, a farm market and panning for gems. Rt. 28,
Cooperstown, NY, 607-287-2691, http://www.barnyardswing.com

The Petrified Creatures Museum of Natural History
A hands-on discovery center, the museum had narrated exhibits and a fossil dig. US Hwy
20, Richfield Springs, NY, 315-858-2868 http://www.cooperstownchamber.org/pcm


 
Antiquing & Shopping Arts & Culture Baseball Hall of Fame Biking Boating & Fishing
        Brewery Ommegang
Farmer's Museum Fenimore Art Museum Fun For Kids
              Glimmerglass Opera House
Glimmerglass State Park & Beach Golfing
                   Hikes & Nature Walks
Howe Caverns Other Baseball Activities
                              Restaurants
Spas Train Rides Trolley Rides



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