From the bloggers at RV-a-Gogo.
We went to Cooperstown for one reason – the National Baseball Hall of Fame. But quickly we found that this area holds more than the one attraction celebrating our national pastime.
There was a fruit farm, winery, a state park, and no shortage of gorgeous scenery in the Fall.
We happened to be in the area when the leaves of Fall were in their glory. Just a short drive from the campground was Glimmerglass State Park which served as a beautiful hiking spot with eye pleasing views.
A spectrum of colors warmed the hillsides that fell into the nine-mile Otsego lake. The park has a campground, hiking trails, picnic area, boat launch and is home to historic structures including Hyde Hall (built between 1817-1834) and the oldest existing covered bridge in the U.S.
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