Your Complete Guide to Cooperstown, N.Y.

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One of the reasons Cooperstown retains its quaint, small town character is that the village is off the beaten track. About 75 miles west of Albany and 200 miles northwest of New York City, Cooperstown is a destination all to itself.

While bus and air options are available, most visitors to Cooperstown will require a car.

Driving directions are listed below.


From the West (Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Rochester, Utica):


Take the New York State Thruway (I-90) to Exit 30 (Herkimer), Then take Route 28 South to Cooperstown


From the East (Albany, New England):


Take the New York State Thruway (I-90)to Exit 25A (Duanesburg/I-88)


Then take I-88 to Duanesburg (5 mi.)


Then take Route 20 West to Route 80 West


Take Route 80 to Cooperstown


From the South (Binghamton, The Poconos):


Take I-88 East to Oneonta


Then take Route 28 north to Cooperstown


Bus Service


Pine Hills Trailways offers daily bus service between Cooperstown and New York City. Adirondack Trailways offers bus service between New York City, Syracuse and Albany.




Pine Hills Trailways


(800) 225-6815 or (845) 339-4230


Adirondack Trailways


(845)339-4230, (800)225-6815 or (800)858-8555



Albany International Airport is the largest travel hub in the immediate area. Charter flights can use Oneonta Municipal Airport and Cooperstown/Westville Airport.


Albany International Airport


(518) 242-2200


Cooperstown/Westville Airport


(607) 286-9565 or (607) 544-1394


Oneonta Municipal Airport


(607) 431-1076