Owego is a small town located on the Susquehanna River. The name is derived from the Iroquois word Ahwaga, meaning where the valley widens. The town was first settled around 1786 and is one of the earliest colonial settlements in the region. Owego is a wonderful place to visit. The Village of Owego shopping district is packed with unique shops and restaurants. You can stroll through parks and admire the scenic beauty and wildlife of the river on the Owego Riverwalk.

Howland Farm

Howland Farm

Howland Farm is an iconic 1840s farm spanning over 200 acres in scenic upstate New York.

Glen Park Vineyards

Glen Park Vineyards

Host your event of 50 people or less in this rustically beautiful building that was purpose-built by local craftsman.

Back Alley Pig

Back Alley Pig

Casual Café with Homemade Breakfast and Lunch
Located in a Re-purposed, Historic Building in the Village of Owego
Online Ordering Available.

Concerts in the Park

Concerts in the Park

Every Wednesday in July and August at 7 p.m., Tioga Arts Council brings a different local band to the band shell at Hickories Park. A variety of genres like Indie, Americana String, Country, Oldies, Rock & Roll and Big Band are represented throughout the season. This free, family-friendly event has ample parking. Bring your lawn chairs!

Pheasant Hill Country Club

Pheasant Hill Country Club

18 holes, 6,000 Yards
Pro Shop, PGA Professional Lessons, Practice Range, Restaurant, Bar, Special Events
Located on rolling hills, valleys, creeks and ponds for a challenging game and scenic, rural views complete with rustic, historic buildings.