Bayside Inn & Marina, on Otsego Lake in Cooperstown, NY, offers pleasant, comfortable accommodations in a peaceful, wooded lakeside setting. Our guests can enjoy our small sandy swimming beach or explore the beautiful lake with our free Canoes and kayaks. For more family fun, we offer a large Retro Game Room and an attractive Hospitality Room with cable TV, cards, puzzles, and board games. We also have several BBQ areas, including a covered BBQ Pavilion or relax after an exciting day on our spacious deck or sandy beach both with beautiful views of Otsego Lake.
During your stay, explore the historic attractions found in Cooperstown, the "Village of Museums" — the Baseball Hall of Fame, Farmers' Museum, and Fenimore Art Museum. Take a leisurely boat tour of Otsego Lake, attend a performance of the Glimmerglass Festival or the Cooperstown Theatre Festival. Bayside Inn & Marina is a destination in itself.
Located only 7 miles from Cooperstown, 1 mile from Glimmerglass Festival, 12 miles from the Cooperstown Dreams Park, 32 miles from Cooperstown All Star Village, and 18 miles from Sharon Springs (home of Beekman 1802), and with 30 Rooms, 11 fully-equipped Cottages and 60 boat slips, there is something for everyone!
All in all, Bayside Inn & Marina is the place to stay, no matter what your interest, when visiting Cooperstown. Our on-site management and professional staff will make your stay carefree and comfortable and do everything they can to make your "Cooperstown Lake Vacation" a memorable one!
We strongly advise that you check business websites or call ahead for the most up-to-date information on possible limited hours and whether reservations are necessary or not.
Memorial Day Weekend through Columbus Day Weekend.
Known as baseball’s birthplace, but home to so much more, Cooperstown is a place where legends roam hallowed halls, swing away on diamonds, and take to the stage under a canopy of stars. The historic village boasts a vibrant arts scene, excellent local food and beverage options, luxury accommodations, and, of course, more baseball than you can shake a bat at.