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Top 20 Lake Oswego Parks

Tryon Creek is a 670-acre-plus natural day use area located between Portland’s metropolitan area and the city of Lake Oswego. The park has 8 miles of hiking trails, 3.5 miles of horse trail and a 3-mile paved bicycle trail.

Bicycle Path

The 3-mile...

Two Lake Oswego parks, Bryant Woods Nature Park and Canal Acres Natural Area, offer trails through forest, thickets, and meadow in the vicinity of the old Oswego Canal (not to be confused with the much larger waterway in New York). The latter was constructed between 1871 and 1873 using Chinese...

42 acres with soft surface trails and beautiful views. Trailheads on Delenka Lane, Palisades Crest Drive, Westview Drive, and Shipley Drive (same access point as for Stevens Meadows - off Atherton Drive.)

Part of the Boring Lava field, Cooks Butte is an extinct volcano rising to 718 feet...

 Named after the first mother of Mountain Park, this park is located on the eastern side of the mountain bordered by Churchill Downs, McNary Parkway, and Tanglewood Drive. The park offers a large play structure and benches....

The City’s newest riverfront park is nine acres on the Willamette River waterfront, just north of Roehr Park and the Oswego Pointe area. It features sweeping views of the river from a covered platform; a ring of basalt columns engraved with the poetry of William Stafford (the Stafford Stones); a...

5.9 acres located on the corner of Hemlock Street and Bickner Road. Amenities include hard and soft surface pathways, wooded areas, playground equipment, picnic tables, and an open play area.

Our premier downtown space is 26 acres located on the corner of Ladd and South State Street. This community park site includes two baseball/softball fields, a soccer field, access to the Willamette River, a memorial garden area, restrooms, playground, and two outdoor tennis courts. The upper...

2.3 acres located on Highway 43 at Brookhurst Drive. This is a small neighborhood park.

 
 
 
 
 
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4 acre mini-park located on the corner of Carter Place and Greentree Road. A tot lot play area and a half court basketball court serve local residents.

49 acres of natural area and wetlands located on Iron Mountain Boulevard adjacent to the Lake Oswego Hunt Club. Provides a system of soft surface trails and wildlife viewing.

The Iron Mountain Park also features the Oswego Iron Heritage Trail. 

The Oswego Iron Heritage Trail...

The Kelly Creek Natural Area is a top location for bird watching in the State of Oregon and is profiled on the United States Geological Service (USGS) Lake Oswego Topological map. The Kelly Creek Natural Area is located at the latitude and longitude coordinates of 45.4231747 and -122.683428...

Swim Park 2015 Season

The Lake Oswego Swim Park is scheduled to open on Wednesday July 1, 2015 and the last day of operation is scheduled for Sunday August 30, 2015

Daily hours are Sunday through Saturday
1 pm to 6 pm (weather permitting)

250 Ridgeway Road...

Mary S. Young Park is owned by Oregon State Parks, and operated through cooperative agreement with the City of West Linn. For further information please contact the ...

A delightful urban park located in the heart of Lake Oswego. Featuring views of Lakewood Bay, this community gathering place features a pergola, fireplace, reflecting pond and a paved plaza. Many events are planned each year including the Saturday Lake Oswego Farmers' Market, Thursday Movies in...

Nansen Summit Park in northwest Mountain Park provides a beautiful 360-degree view of the surrounding landscape and cities. View the Cascade mountain range on a clear day, watch the sun set on Portland's cityscape or enjoy a family picnic in the grassy area. ...

Pennington Park is a wooded natural area with a soft surface trail.

Are you looking for a great park in Lake Oswego that you can have a small BBQ at, play a game of touch football or play catch with a Frisbee? If so, the Pilkington Park is the perfect park for you. This park features a large open area perfect for those places where you need...

River Run, which borders the Tualatin River, is the site of the historic mouth of Oswego Canal and is located at the end of River Run Road. Together with the connecting Bryant Woods and Canal Acres parks, the three natural areas offer great wildlife viewing and contain two miles of relatively...

This 7.5 acre developed riverfront area along the Willamette Rive includes viewing decks, lighted pathways, and benches for sitting. There is also an amphitheater and access to the Charlie S. Brown Water Sports Center.

A downtown .6 acre neighborhood park located at the corner of Fourth Street and C Avenue.  Includes a covered shelter, half court basketball, tot lot play area, paths, a picnic table and benches, and open lawn in a beautifully-landscaped and treed area. No restrooms at this park....

Skyline Ridge Park is 2.5 acres located at the corner of Troon Drive and Stonehaven Drive. Facilities at this site include tennis courts, basketball pad, play equipment for all ages, and turf areas for picnicking, games, etc.

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