Cooperstown is a small village and the seasonal influx of visitors creates
one problem common to metropolitan areas - limited parking. Cooperstown addresses this problem with FREE parking solutions - convenient perimeter parking lots and trolleys to help alleviate these parking inconveniences.
Trolleys run 7 days a week, bringing you from your car to downtown
Cooperstown or vice versa. The parking is free, but the trolley fare is $2 per
adult and $1 for children 12 and under for an unlimited daily pass. There are
a few different locations where you can park.

Trolley/Parking lot locations:
Just South of Cooperstown on route 28.
North of Cooperstown on route 80.
On Walnut St. (in front of the Cooperstown Elementary School).
At the top of the hill on the western end of Main St.
Village Locations
Doubleday Field off Main St.

Antiquing & Shopping Arts & Culture Baseball Hall of Fame Biking Boating & Fishing
        Brewery Ommegang
Farmer's Museum Fenimore Art Museum Fun For Kids
              Glimmerglass Opera House
Glimmerglass State Park & Beach Golfing
                   Hikes & Nature Walks
Howe Caverns Other Baseball Activities
Spas Train Rides Trolley Rides


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