Evergreen Cemetery

Evergreen Cemetery

Founded in 1851 Evergreen Cemetery, the municipal cemetery of the Village of Owego, was an early and archetypal example of the “Rural Cemetery” movement. Set on a towering hillside, with monuments reaching to the sky, Evergreen was designed as a park-like setting away...
Pumpelly House B&B

Pumpelly House B&B

Just one mile from Exit 64 off Rt.17/I86, Pumpelly House B&B is a unique setting in the Southern Tier, snuggled in the historic residential district of Owego, NY, just a short walk from the historic shopping and dining district, with dozens of boutique shops and...
Belva Lockwood Inn

Belva Lockwood Inn

Steps from the historic village of Owego, the Belva Lockwood Inn is named for a notable suffragist and the first woman to run for President. Owners, Julie and Ike Lovelass, invite you to Stay Inn New York for a staycation full of history and comfortable luxury. Enjoy...
Pumpelly House B&B

Pumpelly House Estate

Pumpelly House Estate is a unique setting in the Southern Tier, snuggled in the historic residential district of Owego, NY. The three-acre property with magnificent trees and lawns sloping to the Susquehanna River is perfect for an outdoor wedding and photographs. The...
Brick Pond

Brick Pond

Hiking Challenge Level: Easy Trail Length: Approx. 1 mile Brick Pond Trail Map eBird Report The pond comprises 30 acres of open water surrounded by emergent plants and a wet woods. A trail includes an earthen berm and leads visitors around the pond. An active beaver...
Bement-Billings Farmstead Museum

Bement-Billings Farmstead Museum

This historic farmstead is located on NY 38 north of Newark Valley in Tioga County, New York. The Newark Valley Historical Society hosts a variety of tours and historical reenactments of life in the early 1800’s (even blacksmithing), and the Apple Festival every Fall...
Newark Valley Village Hall

Newark Valley Village Hall

This historic municipal building features a cut-stone foundation and full basement. It was built in 1887 as the Union Free School and Academy. A two-story, 45-foot rear wing was completed in 1904, and the building was altered for its current use in 1931.
Newark Valley Village Green

Newark Valley Village Green

This charming municipal park at the heart of the Village features a gazebo, village clock and manicured landscaping. It is a pleasant place to stroll or have a picnic lunch.
Newark Valley Depot

Newark Valley Depot

he first official freight train of the Southern Central Railroad pulled into Newark Valley on March 8, 1870. Passenger service started within one month. Thus began over 100 years of service to the communities on the east branch of the Owego Creek. Today the depot has...