Bountiful Lake Oswego Parks Supply Myriad of Activities

Residents young and old flock to the bevy of parks sprinkled throughout Lake Oswego neighborhoods. And why shouldn’t they, with around 400 acres of greenspace, picnic areas, ballfields, trails, waterfront access and more to enjoy? With the summer (finally) upon us, it’s time to get out and explore!

Here’s a list of Lake Oswego parks with designations for sports, play/picnic, and trails. Be sure to scroll down for a map locating each of these spots with more in-depth descriptions.

Park Acres
Play /
Picnic
Sports /
Fields
Trails /
Wilderness
Unique Features
Bryant Woods
16.7
 
Canal Acres
31.1
 
Cooks Butte
41.9
 
Foothills
10.0
riverfront
Freepons
5.9
 
Glenmorrie
2.3
 
George Rogers
26.1
waterfront access
Greentree
0.4
 
Iron Mountain
43.0
 
Luscher
65.9
off-leash dogs,
community gardens
McNary
2.3
 
Millenium
2.0
downtown center
Palisades
0.6
 
Pennington
1.0
 
Pilkington
3.7
 
Pine Cone
0.5
 
Hide-a-way
0.2
 
River Run
7.0
 
Roehr
7.5
amphitheatre
Rossman
0.6
 
Southwood
2.5
 
Springbrook
52.1
 
Waluga (East)
24.7
 
Waluga (West)
28.5
 
Westlake
11.0
 
Westridge
2.2
volleyball


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Visit the Lake Oswego Parks Department and download the Lake Oswego City Guide to Parks (PDF file)

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