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Lake House Restaurant & Lodge

This unique restaurant and lodge, owned and operated by the Corrigan Family since 1996, is a multiple building complex designed with rustic charm and modern amenities. Located on sparkling Canadarago Lake in Richfield Springs, this facility operates year-round and can comfortably accommodate up to 52 overnight guests in our lodging quarters, and 78 at the annex.

Built in 1843, the Cooperstown Lake House is one of the oldest continually operating establishments in the Cooperstown and Leatherstocking Regions. It has been the home away from home for guests from the Cooperstown and Richfield Springs area for more than 160 years.

The Cooperstown Lake House includes a restaurant, tavern, lodging, and an expansive lawn and shoreline. Come enjoy a nice meal in the tavern, or outside on the deck as you watch the sunset over the lake.

COVID19 Update

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General Information

Season / Hours of Operation

CLOSED. Reopening in the spring of 2021 pending advice from the DOH on the coronavirus.

Amenities

  • Air Conditioning,
  • Cable TV,
  • Wireless Internet,
  • Waterfront,
  • Rooms,
  • Private Dock/Lake Access,
  • On-site Restaurant,
  • Waterfront,
  • Free, On-site parking,
  • Dock & Eat (Not a public launch),
  • Pet-friendly, ask for details,
  • Outside Seating/Patio,
  • Gluten-free Menu Options,
  • Motorcoach Friendly,
  • Group Friendly,
  • Family Fun,
  • Nightlife
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Explore Richfield Springs

Spring Park, with its signature clock and venerable band stand, are the centerpieces of the village of Richfield Springs, located midway on the designated NYS Route 20 Scenic Byway. Once home to hotels and guest houses, seven trains of visitors arrived daily to enjoy the health benefits of Richfield's sulphur springs.

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