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Fly Creek, NY

The name Fly Creek is Dutch in origin, named by the first Dutch traders who passed through the area. Harnessing the power of fast moving creeks, eight mills were built in Fly Creek in the 19th century. The last of these is the Fly Creek Cider Mill, a 161-year-old water-powered mill that is still open to visitors today. An important stop along the Cooperstown Beverage Trail, enjoy a glass of cider, pick your own apples in the Orchard or enjoy harvest celebrations, special events and attractions at the Fly Creek Cider Mill & Orchard. The hamlet boasts several restaurants, a grange that serves as a history center, Victorian homes and Heartworks Quilt and Fabric Shop. Just five minutes from Cooperstown, NY and a short drive to the college town of Oneonta, NY, enjoy fishing, birding and outdoor recreation along Fly Creek.

Witness cider-making at the historic Fly Creek Cider Mill & Orchard just three miles from Main Street Cooperstown. Discover the Mill Store Marketplace filled with Pride of New York products like...
New York's first official cuisine trail invites you to explore Cooperstown and Otsego County's rich history in the art of beverage making while tasting the area's numerous beers, wines, spirits and...
Pail Shop Vineyards opened in 2014 to offer locally grown, small-batch wine in a unique and beautiful setting. We are located on the corner of Goose Street and Route 28 in Fly Creek, New York; just a...
Keeping in tradition with the old-fashioned 'general store', the Fly Creek General Store serves as the neighborhood grocery, deli, cafe, and meeting place for visitors and residents alike. Featuring...
The Snack Barn & Bakery at the Fly Creek Cider Mill offers a wide variety of tasty treats - open May through November (weather permitting). Featuring old-fashioned cider mill donuts, hearty chili...