Sean Billy Pond Hideaway

Cooperstown, New York

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165 acres overlooking our private 2 acre pond! ••BOOKING IS CLOSED UNTILL SPRING••

CLOSED TILL MARCH-APRIL Fall is upon us, this time of year you can watch the mountain sides change colors. it really is a beautiful sight to see! The nights do get cold 30⁰-40⁰ is possible. bring plenty of blankets/sleeping bags the wood stove is perfect this time of year. Sean Billy Pond is located about 5 miles south of the Village of Cooperstown and our campsite is only minutes away from the Baseball Hall of Fame, Farmers Museum, Fenimore Art Museum, Leatherstocking Golf course, plenty of dining options, Otsego Lake for canoeing, kayaking and fishing, Glimmerglass State Park, plenty of areas for hiking, and much much more! If you have a 4x4 vehicle with some ground clearance, you can drive right up to the campsite. Otherwise it's a 5 minute walk In.

If you like finely brewed craft beers, check out Brewery Ommegang and Red Shed brewery for some local craft brews only 5 minutes away!

Plenty of fish in the pond for catch and release. If you wanna cook up some bass, we ask the size must be 12" or smaller please. Anything bigger we like to keep in the pond to spawn.

This is a beautiful spot in the summer and especially in the fall as you can watch the mountainside turn colors in front of your own eyes. The stars are amazing! And the milky way is right over the property. Bring your telescope you'll be amazed!

Our family has been on this property going on 3 generations and we are happy to make your camping experience a lifetime of memories. Please don't hesitate to ask any questions! I'm happy to help anyway I can! This spot is like no other come see for your self! There are lots of attractions in the area And surrounding area if you have any questions for activities to do in the area let me know I'll be happy to get you some information.

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