Foothills Park

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 has a covered platform with panoramic views of the river, as well as a ring of basalt columns inscribed with William Stafford’s poetry (the Stafford Stones). A timber and stone picnic… Continue reading Foothills Park

Lake Oswego Preservation Society

The Lake Oswego Preservation Society is a non-profit organization run entirely by volunteers. Its goal is to preserve, protect, and promote the historic architecture of Lake Oswego while also encouraging Lake Oswego to appreciate the social, economic, and environmental benefits of preservation. Any amount is helpful! The Lake Oswego Landmarks Society does not have paid… Continue reading Lake Oswego Preservation Society

George Rogers Park

The city’s first and most unique, Rogers Park is Lake Oswego’s most diverse community park. The park is located on the Willamette River, where it has been a site of significant Native American activity for 10,000 years as well as the epicenter of Lake Oswego’s industrial iron history. There are athletic fields, tennis courts, a… Continue reading George Rogers Park