Come visit quaint Cooperstown, NY, for some colorful fall foliage
Summer does not mean the end of fun in quaint Cooperstown, NY. In fact, many prefer the fall season with its spectacular fall foliage, fewer crowds and the chance to see a great village return to its normal quiet self after hundreds of thousands of summer tourists have returned home.
The special chill in the air, a glass of great cider at the Fly Creek Cider Mill, the rustling of the leaves along one of America's most beautiful Main Streets and the strength of community pride at a local fair are just a few of the reasons to visit Cooperstown during the fall foliage season.
The countryside with its newly colored mountains, hills and wide open land are every bit as scenic as the much heralded Vermont and New Hampshire -- with slightly fewer crowds!
Top photo: A scene from the Middlefield Historical Society. Bottom photo: Fall foliage brings color to an already colorful village -- Main St. in Cooperstown. (photos by Eric H.)
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