|Types of Transportation Available to Campus:|
Oneonta has a small airport that can handle private planes. Albany and Binghamton have large airports, which are 75 miles (an hour to an hour-and-a-half drive) from Oneonta. Greyhound buses are available from these airports to Oneonta. Greyhound also provides service into Oneonta. Taxis to campus are available at the station.
|Driving Instructions to Campus:|
From the New York City area, take the NY State Thruway N. (I-87) to Exit 19 (Kingston), then take Rte. 28 W. to Shandaken. Turn right onto Rte. 42 to Lexington. Turn left at Lexington to Rte. 23A, which becomes Rte. 23 W. Follow this into Oneonta. From the south, get onto I-81 N. through Scranton, PA, into Binghamton, NY. Take I-88 E. to Oneonta. Use Oneonta Exit 15, marked Colleges, Airport.
|Local Accommodations: Near By:|
Three motels are within 10 minutes of the college. From least expensive to most expensive, they are the Christopher's Country Lodge, (Rt. 28; 607-432-2444), Clarion Hotel (Main Street; 607-432-7500), and Holiday Inn (NY Rte. 23; 607-443-2250) 10 minutes away with a restaurant and a video game room.
|Local Accommodations: Far Away:|
From May to October, you can stay in Cooperstown (home of the Baseball Hall of Fame) at the Otesaga Hotel (60 Lake St.; 607-547-9931), situated on Lake Otsego. There's a lake-view porch and a formal dining room with music and all-American cuisine. There is also an annex to the Otesaga, Cooper Inn, a wonderful old building a block or so closer to the Baseball Hall of Fame. You can use all the facilities of the Otesaga, which include a golf course and a heated swimming pool. Lunch is served buffet-style by the pool. Rates at the Otesaga are very expensive but include breakfast and dinner. Rates at the Cooper Inn are at the low end of the expensive range but do not include meals.