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All Star Village

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james h wrote a review Feb 2020
Yorkville, Illinois34 contributions44 helpful votes
The 'Cooperstown(Oneonta) All-Star Village costs per team are approximately $14,000 per team for 1 short week of 12 year old baseball.The staff is very rude, field conditions just average, food and souvenirs overpriced and the on-site hotel deplorable.Read other reviews and spend your hard earned baseball fundraiser monies on good local tournaments!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Ingrid W wrote a review Sep 2019
Chicago, Illinois298 contributions58 helpful votes
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The Cooperstown tournament is a trip that most 12 year old travel baseball players dream of. I am a mom of a player from the Midwest, so as you can imagine we did not have high expectations of my son's team winning. We stayed in a farmhouse about 20 minutes away that put my son at a disadvantage to the teams whose players stayed in the bunk house. A baseball player does not expect to be getting up at 5:30am to make a 7:30am baseball game. My son did eat at the camp a few times, but he was not impressed with the food. The opening ceremonies could have been made shorter, dragged out by naming each individual team on three separate occasions and getting Mom's and Dad's on the field separately to participate in antics. What disappointed me the most was that there are NO Thor Guards on the premises. There is a "Wonder Boy" bat at the entrance to the camp made from a tree struck by lightning in 2009. A tree was struck again the week that we were there. They use golf carts and horns to notify everyone on the fields when lightning is spotted. There is a Thor Guard in the golf course next door, but it never went off during the thunderstorms while we were there. For all the money that this place makes, it seems like a small investment for kid's safety to put a Thor Guard on the premises.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Marie D wrote a review Aug 2019
1 contribution1 helpful vote
This was the absolute worst, worst, worst hotel I have ever stayed at. Convenience of being at the park was fantastic, but still not enough to ever recommend. Room was damp, and everything (clothing, bedding, luggage) always felt wet. Horribly dated. Felt like I was in a scene from a 1970’s movie. Booked for 4, but barely had room to move with just 2 of us. Cleaning service was the only reason I gave it 1 star. Personable and did their job. Do yourself a favor and book at the Holiday Inn Express.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Wendy M wrote a review Aug 2019
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We stayed at the onsite hotel in ASV in August of 2019. First, I will start with the good: The proximity to the fields made up for most of what the rooms lacked in comfort. There is value in being able to walk to the field, or back to your room at any point during the day. The staff was generally pleasant. The fields were beautiful and well maintained. The views were awesome. Now, the bad: The on-site hotel was for the most part disgusting and in disrepair. The carpet was stained and uncomfortable, the bedding was nauseating to the touch. The room was damp and did not smell good. The shower curtain was stained a reddish/brownish/yellowish color, presumably some combination of the blood and tears of previous occupants. I expect that shower curtain will give me nightmares for years to come. As for the food for the boys, it was pretty lousy and we had to go out most days to buy them something else to eat. That was kind of annoying. The food at the facility was decent. The drinks were good and helped dull our senses and make up for the other shortcomings. All in all, it was a great experience. We went into it with the understanding that we’d be sacrificing comfort for convenience. Most important, the boys made some great memories. The fantastic time they had there far outweighed the first world problems presented by our accommodations. If we had the chance to do it over again we’d do it the exact same way.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Bob M wrote a review Aug 2019
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We paid for 6 nights at this location but we had to leave early because the place was a "DUMP". They did not make our beds and they didn't even clean the coffee pot. When we arrived, there was still coffee in the coffee pot from the previous client. Also, there was not hot water in the bathroom. We did receive clean towels every day. The TV was so small you could not read the writing on the screen. We complained but was referred to the "manager" who referred us to the "owner".
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Date of experience: August 2019
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