The Statewide Country Music Association, (DBA) Cortland’s Country Music Park & Campgrounds, Home of the New York State Country Music Hall of Fame is tucked away on Rt. 13N in Cortland, NY, just off Exit 11 of I-81 in New York State. We are a non-for-profit organization run solely by volunteers.
We have a CAMPGROUNDS with 105 sites; most with electric and water and we have a dump station. We have 3 different bathroom and shower facilities. We have overnight camping year round. After October 15th we do not have water. We have long (Apr. 15 – Oct. 15) and short (Memorial Day to Labor Day) season camping. There is a pond where you can fish (catch and release). Also a paddleboat. There is a Rec. Hall for activities. We take Passport America for 1 night.
We have an OPRY BARN where we have live bands and dancing on Saturday nights (Round and Square), and Round dancing on Sunday afternoons. From May through December once a month we have a Tribute Dinner Show put on by our very talented local bands and performers.
And last but not least is our HALL OF FAME with memorabilia from Nashville artists as well as local New York State musicians. There is Tammy Wynette’s $9,000 sequined dress, Kenny Rogers’ famous white suit, Ernest Tubbs suit, Jeannie C. Riley’s dress, Jack Greene’s suit and many more as well as memorabilia from local New York State musicians and singers. The Hall of Fame is open on Tuesday, Fridays, Saturdays 7-11 p.m., Sundays 2-6 p.m. or by appointment call Merle Matts at 607-336-1992.
Contact Betsy Matts, Managing Director for show line-up and times at 607-753-0377.