General Campground Information

2021 Camping Season Reservations

For everyone, 2021 reservations at Cooperstown KOA Campground can be made online starting 12am January 2nd 2021.

After Labor Day Store Hours: Open 9am-5pm daily

Open 9am-5pm daily

Spring, Summer and Fall Store Hours

Summer Store Hours
From Memorial Day to Labor Day the store will open 8am to 8pm

Spring and Fall Store Hours
From opening day to Memorial Day Weekend and from Labor Day through Columbus Day the store will be open 9am to 5pm.

Online reservations still 24 hours

Camp K9

A 4,000 square foot Camp K9 is waiting for your furry family members. We ask that a responsible adult accompanies your pet while off-leash in Camp K9. We also have large grassy areas and farm roads for walking.We ask that pets are kept on 6 foot leashes at all times, never left alone at the campground for extended periods of time, and that you scoop whenever needed. Also, please do not walk pets on any RV, tent or cabin sites.

Check In and Out

Check in is 2pm for RV and Tent sites, 3pm for Cabins

Check out for all sites is 11am

No Outside Firewood Allowed

The Cooperstown KOA Campground does not allow any outside wood to be brought into the campground. Firewood is available at the General Store. The reason for this policy is to protect the trees and prevent the spread of Emerald Ash Borer or EAB. Thank you in advance for insuring the safety and beauty of our trees and grounds.

Parking is limited to 1 car or truck per site

Parking is limited to one (1) car or truck per cabin, tent and RV site.

Additional charges apply to each additional car for each day/night of parking.

No Visitors on Campground, Temporary Restriction

Due to COVID-19 and NY State Health Department requirements, NO VISITORS may come to the campground at this time. This is a temporary situation, and will be updated when information becomes available.

Ordinarily, following is our visitor policy:
All visitors must check in and register at the office. We will provide a security tag for each vehicle.
Day passes are $10 per person, and includes use of facilities and amenities.
Day passes may be limited on holiday weekends dependent upon campground occupancy.

Pool Hours Memorial Day through Labor Day

10am to 8pm or dusk - whichever is earlier
No swimming allowed after dark
Closed after Labor Day

Quiet Hours are 10pm to 8am

Quiet hours are for everyone for everyday, including holidays and Hall of Fame weekend. Guests that do not follow this very important rule may be asked to leave the campground.

Special Event Weekends & Holiday Cancellation Policy

A 3-day minimum stay is required for all Holiday & Special Event Weekends (Hall of Fame Induction).

Cancellations for all sites on these dates require no less than 14 day notice. Cancellations received WITHIN the 14 day notice period are subject to forfeit of the entire deposit.

ATVs and Golf Carts: KOA Staff only

We allow only KOA staff to use ATVs and golf carts on the campground. We ask that you leave yours at home.

Meet Your Hosts

Kate and Kaaren

It's not work if you love what you're doing!

After 25 + years of corporate careers, we decided it was time for a change. So we left our cubicles behind, bought a used RV, and traveled for almost a year looking for the next adventure. We love camping life, and it was just a couple of months into our journey when we decided that campground ownership might be the right fit. We visited campgrounds across the country, and when we arrived at the Cooperstown KOA, it was love at first sight.

The campground is peaceful -  nestled among farms, cattle pastures, and Amish communities. But it's also just a short drive to Cooperstown's Baseball Hall of Fame, the Dreams Camp, The Glimmerglass Festival, Sharon Springs, Secret Caverns, Glimmerglass State Park, and Brewery Ommegang. Our campers spend their time exploring everything this area has to offer, and then relax by their campfire and watch the spectacular sunsets.

And that's what we enjoy sharing with our campers; our love for the land, the friendly community, and small towns with rich history that dot the map in central New York state.