Parking in Cooperstown is limited and paid parking is in effect Memorial Day weekend through Columbus Day.
The Doubleday Field Parking Lot offers an all-day paid option for $14.00.
On street parking is limited to 2 hours in many locations and costs $2/hour in the downtown area.
Consider the trolley system as an alternative.
Park in one of our three free perimeter Trolley Lots and avoid driving in the congested downtown area of the Village.
Blue Lot: Off Route 28 just south of the Village of Cooperstown (traveling north from Oneonta, NY)
Red Lot: Off Route 28 North (Glen Avenue) at Maple Street (traveling south on Route 28 from Route 20)
Yellow Lot: On Route 80 at upper parking lot of Fenimore Art Museum (traveling south on Route 80 from Route 20)
Accessible parking is available in the Blue Lot and the Red Lot, and Village trolleys are ADA compliant and can accommodate mechanized and standard wheel chairs
Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day – Daily from 8:30 am to 9 pm
After Labor Day through Columbus Day – Weekends only from 9:30am to 7:15pm
In July and August trolleys run 2 routes – Blue Lot to Downtown & Red and Yellow Lots to Downtown
Remainder of season one trolley serves all stops – All trolleys stop at Doubleday Field & the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
Riders can track the Cooperstown trolleys at cooperstowntrolley.com
In July and August, the trolley routes take approximately 15 minutes to complete barring traffic or other delays; at other times the combined trolley route run time increases to 25 minutes
Daily Individual Pass $2.00
Daily Family Pass $5.00 (2 adults and minor children)
Season Individual Pass $20
Season Family Pass $35
Season Student Pass $10 (under 18 years old)
Season Senior Citizen Pass $15
Passes available from the trolley driver, cash only.
Season passes can additionally be purchased at the Village Office, the Cooperstown Chamber of Commerce or on the trolleys.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the trolley please contact Sarah Congdon at (607) 432-4705, Extension 226.