Built in 1867 the Dugan House played a significant
role in the growing community of Owego later known as the Page Hotel the
building served as a popular stop for weary travelers for over 100 years and there are many fascinating stories
about the Outlaws and dignitaries who passed through its
doors including John D Rockefeller. Located near Courthouse Square and
overlooking the scenic Susquehanna River the upper floor of the
hotel included a long balcony residents could relax and enjoy a
spectacular view of the surrounding area in 2011 the building sustained heavy
damage due to flooding but after many extensive renovations it
was able to reopen its doors to the public in 2012 today known as the Parkview Restaurant the old Dugan house continues to serve
guests as a restaurant and tavern the party was also a member New York’s
haunted history trail and hosts a very popular bike night but
live music every Wednesday throughout the summer The Parkview restaurant in Owego, where locals
and visitors can still enjoy good company good food and use the local history New
York’s Path Through History.