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Otsego County & Cooperstown, NY


Known for its arts, institutions and museums, Otsego County's natural beauty and outdoor activities along with a history of farming and craft brewing have helped to make this part of New York an authentic, all-American experience. Cooperstown has a Norman Rockwell vibe with its Main Street shopping and restaurants. A classic, charming one-streetlight village, it also is home to the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. Cooperstown has been voted as one of “The 25 Best Small Towns in America” by Architectural Digest and one of “America’s Most Charming Small Towns” by MSN.com. Oneonta recently placed as one of the “Top 10 Arts-Vibrant Small Communities” on the Arts Vibrancy Index.


Then there is The Otesaga Resort Hotel, an ideal destination for meetings of all kinds, with more than 30,000-square feet of function space, historic elegance and charm, and offering relaxation along Otsego Lake. Here, guests will enjoy a refined retreat with the genteel hospitality of a bygone era where uniformed valets remember your name.


State College, PA


State College is famous for being home to Penn State University, but it also boasts award-winning hotels, confer- ence centers, and the largest adventure-based team building courses on the East Coast.


In addition to being easily accessible by car from Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, New York City, Washington, DC, and Baltimore, as well as by plane via University Park Airport, State College also offers practically anything a group could want to occupy their free time, including nightlife, fine din- ing, the theater, historic shopping districts, museums, attrac- tions, concerts and more.


Recreational activities abound nearby, as well, with cycling and running trails, golf courses, fishing and kayaking opportu- nities. In addition, the Central PA Tasting Trail offers a tour of the area with stops at local microbreweries, cideries, wineries and distilleries.


Top meeting venues locally include The Penn Stater, which is the largest, most flexible and technologically sophisticated conference center hotel in the area, featuring 58,000-square feet of meeting and function space along with 300 gue- strooms. Its sister property, The Nittany Lion Inn, is among


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