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.

Remedy

Remedy

Remedy is a health and beauty boutique located on historic Front Street in Owego that sells high quality plant-based self-care and relaxation products.

Glen Park Vineyards

Glen Park Vineyards

Glen Park Vineyards produces quality wine in a beautiful, rustic building in the Finger Lakes vacation region.

Reflections at Tioga Gardens

Reflections at Tioga Gardens

if you’re looking for that unique venue to create a multitude of memories, we invite you to experience Cornerstone at W&W. 

Cornerstone at W&W

Cornerstone at W&W

if you’re looking for that unique venue to create a multitude of memories, we invite you to experience Cornerstone at W&W. 

Pumpelly House Estate

Pumpelly House Estate

Pumpelly House Estate is a unique setting in the Southern Tier, snuggled in the historic residential district of Owego, NY.

Pumpelly House Estate

Pumpelly House B&B

Pumpelly House B&B is a unique setting in the Southern Tier, snuggled in the historic residential district of Owego, NY.

1867 Owego Parkview Inn

1867 Owego Parkview Inn

The Owego Parkview Inn was built in 1867 and was restored to its former glory as a hotel in 2019. It now features nine rooms decorated with a historic theme and furnished with simple amenities for a comfortable stay.

Tioga County Antiques Trail

Tioga County Antiques Trail

Tioga County is one of the oldest settlements in the Southern Tier of New York State. Situated on the mighty Susquehanna River and sprawling out onto rural farmlands, the colonial history and the pastoral beauty of the county make for a charming and rewarding antiquing experience.

The Howland Farm

The Howland Farm

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

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