Lake Front Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Lake Front Hotel Cooperstown
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... and then joined Mike and the girls who were tubing down the "rapids" on the river that passes from one end of the campground to the other. We had a lot of fun.
Friday night we had another great campfire and spent time swapping adventure stories with the Deal family that had just come back from Frontier Days out in Wyoming.
... cottages have no property. The front is on the water held up with wooden posts and the back door less than a foot from the road.
Arrived in Cooperstown and wow................baseball baseball baseball. Every store, restaurant, pub, florist, bakery is named with a baseball theme. First stop was the Baseball Hall of Fame. I enjoyed it for 1 hour, Chris for 4. Really? You need to read all 250+ hall of famer's plaques? I have ...
... of the past?). The Abbott and Costello "Who's on First" routine was a riot to see in its entirety and got us all laughing. Glad the kids now know it. We were hoping to swim in the lake, but the clouds opened up. Luckily, we were able to play board games in a very welcoming (and dry) ...
... than navigating it like many of our fellow Loopers. Since our draft is deeper than many Looper boats, we were a bit skeptical of taking this route north, but we did rent a canoe and paddled up and down the swamp for a while. We met up with some of the other Looper boats, however, at the free dock next to the Dismal Swamp Welcome Center. Then, we returned to Coinjock and the 32 oz. prime rib dinner (we shared and had leftovers) offered at the Coinjock ...
... just went back to drizzle for awhile. In the morning, all the water was off the ground and we could actually get out and walk around with dry feet.
We decided to take a day trip into Adirondack Park, so found a nice scenic loop route that was about 120 miles long and tracked along the shores of several lakes. We both continue to be impressed with and awed by the extensive canopy of deciduous trees. I imagine it would be ...