Close to I-88, it's tucked away in tranquil farmland so you can unwind.

You may hear Frogs and Crickets, but Highway noises won't reach you at this KOA. Although close to I-88, we are only 3.5 miles off the highway - Please follow the Signs. We are tucked away in tranquil farmland so you can unwind. Fish for Bass or Sunnies in the pond. Rack up points on the basketball court. Lots of Fun playing Cornhole or Horseshoes. Dogs get a good run in KOA's private field or check out our new Doggie Park. Ice Cream Socials, Coffee & Doughnuts break the ice on Holiday weekends. Check our facebook for a weekend entertainment calendar. Antique shops, Restaurants and Golf Courses are plentiful in the area. Treat your family to a movie at the Unadilla Drive-In. Pay homage to your favorite stars at the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown. Take a leisurely drive through the hills and experience the Cooperstown Beverage Trail. Email: Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 100 feet. Your hosts: Michael & Kathleen McClure.

Please note, Cabins and RV Rentals are Non-Smoking. Pets are allowed only in 3 of our Cabins for a fee.

Campground Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 100' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Pool (5/28 - 9/6)
  • Snack Bar ($)
  • Propane ($)
  • Fishing
  • Firewood ($)
  • Bike Rentals ($)
  • Dog Park
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KOA Journey

KOA Journey Campgrounds

KOA Journey campgrounds are the perfect oases after a day on the road. Whether it’s along the way or a quick getaway, they’ve got you covered. Located near the highways and byways of North America with long Pull-thru RV Sites, they deliver convenience to the traveling camper. Pull in, ease back and take a load off.

KOA Journeys Feature:

  • Pull-through RV Sites with 50-amp service
  • Premium Tent Sites
  • Well lit after hours check-in service

Latest Hot Deal

Big Weekend

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WHEN: May 13-14, 2022

WHAT: Stay Friday night, May 13th at a participating campground, and get Saturday night, May 14th for just $20*.

WHY: The Big Weekend helps raise funds to send kids with cancer to medically-supervised camps all across North America. Kids fighting cancer deserve a chance to attend a summer camp and to just be a kid again. Funds raised from May 14 support the KOA Care Camps Trust which distributes more than $1 million dollars annually to support 125+ Care Camps each year. Learn more at

* Only at participating KOA locations. Applies to one-site, for two consecutive nights at the same KOA. Sites may be limited. Not valid with other discounts.

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Local Area

Oneonta Yankees Baseball Team - Oneonta, New York

Come see a professional, Class A, NY-Penn League, in intimate setting of Damaschke Field, 30 minutes from Cooperstown. Evening games, mid-June through Labor Day weekend.


Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, Cooperstown, New York

The birthplace of baseball has been established as Cooperstown, New York, where folklore has it that Abner Doubleday chased the cows out of Elihu Phinney's pasture on an afternoon in 1839 and had the inspiration to invent a game that quickly became our national pastime. The National Baseball Hall of Fame, dedicated 100 years later, stands as the definitive repository of the game's treasures and as a symbol of the most profound individual honor bestowed on an athlete. Visit the Baseball Hall of Fame online for more information.

25 Main Street,

Cooperstown, NY 13326




Farmers' Museum, Cooperstown, New York

Step back into the 19th century at The Farmers' Museum. Explore an 1845 village and visit with printers, shopkeepers and blacksmiths. See working animals at the Lippitt Farm. Fascinating new exhibits highlight classic quilts, weather vanes, New York stoneware and wallpaper printing. Visit the Farmer's Museum online for more information.


Howe Caverns

The cavern was discovered and explored by a Schoharie Valley farmer in 1842. Lester Howe wondered why his cows stood out in the hot sun near some bushes instead of under his shade trees. Upon investigation he discovered cool air blowing up out of a cave entrance behind the bushes. After thorough exploration, he opened his cavern to the public and it was soon heralded as a tourist attraction second only to Niagara Falls.


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