Jellystone Park

111 E. Turtle Lake Road, Cooperstown, New York, 13342, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Cooperstown

Brooks BBQ, here we come!

A travel blog entry by dmassoud

After a relaxing morning we hooked up and headed out of the campground around 11:00. Our plans were to stop at the Cooperstown All Star Baseball Village and then hit Brooks BBQ for lunch. No trip to Oneonta, New York is complete with a stop at Brooks!

We spent about half an hour at the All Star Village - just long enough to check out the …

A day of rest ... I don't think so!

A travel blog entry by dmassoud

After breakfast Don headed home and after a relaxing morning the rest of us headed into Cooperstown for some site seeing. The weather was actually cooperating and we did see some sun! Our first stop was lunch at the local pizzeria. We then visited some shops, visited the wax museum, caught another team's game on Doubleday field and headed for a …

Doubleday Field .. Woo Hoo!

A travel blog entry by dmassoud

This morning Jellystone hosted a pancake breakfast which we attended before heading into Cooperstown. The boys could not wait to finish breakfast and head off for the day -- not because they were excited to get to Cooperstown but because they wanted to reach an area with cell phone service! :-)

We arrived in Cooperstown with plenty of time …

Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park at Crystal Lake

A travel blog entry by dmassoud

This morning we traveled the last 35 minutes to Yogi Bears' Jellystone Park in Cooperstown, New York. We arrived and finished setting up right before the rain started. So we settled in to watch a movie - Night at the Museum 2.
The campground is very nice, with lots of amenities. The only downside -- NO CELL SERVICE! The boys are going through …

St. Johnsville to Ilian

A travel blog entry by mv_meander


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Jim, Jennifer from the Gray Fox and I biked to town and toured the Remington Firearms Museum. Eliphalet Remington built his first rifle here in 1816. There is a very large Remington factory in Ilion today. On display in the museum are historic Remington shotguns, rifles, and revolvers as well as 15th and 16th century guns from Europe and China.



This campground is located on 111 E. Turtle Lake Road, Cooperstown.
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