Things to Do
There’s never a week when there isn’t some kind of activity, class, or event to participate in. Throughout the year, popular community events including the Farmers’ Market, Summer Concerts, Movies in the Park, Independence Day Celebration, Festival of the Arts, and Tree Lighting Ceremony are free and open to the public. With hundreds of ongoing classes and programs offered through Parks and Recreation and the Adult Community Center, Public Library, Luscher Farm, Tennis Center, and Municipal Golf Course, there is something for everyone.
Celebrate the beauty of Lake Oswego by joining family and friends for these extraordinary events, including the Lake Oswego Farmers' Market, Star Spangled Parade and Celebration, Summer Concerts, Movies in the Park, the Christmas Tree Lighting, Tinseltown Trolley, and more! See our Summer Events Brochure attachment below.
The Lake Oswego Indoor Tennis Center is a four-court facility open year-round to players of all ages and ability levels. The Tennis Center has been serving the community since 1974.
The Tennis Center is open to both Lake Oswego residents and non-residents. Courts are open every day of the year for hourly rental. Book a court
Lake Oswego Golf Course is a City owned 18-hole par-3 facility with holes ranging from 74-179 yards. The hillside layout offers beautifully kept, small, contoured greens with Lost Dog Creek passing among fir, cedar, and maple trees through the back nine.
Swim Park : Currently CLOSED for the Season.
The Lake Oswego Swim Park is operated by Lake Oswego Parks and Recreation.
Daily hours are Sunday through Saturday
1 pm to 6 pm (weather permitting)
Starting in 1992 the City of Lake Oswego began building pathways that formed walking loops around the City. There are currently five main loops totaling 23.7 miles.
Join us for Sounds of Summer concerts Wednesday nights in July and August, and Moonlight & Music Concerts Sunday nights through July and August at Millennium Plaza Park. Concerts are free and family friendly, rain or shine. See you under the summer skies!
Take a trolley ride - learn about the Willamette Shore Line’s historic past while enjoying a relaxing ride along the shore of the Willamette River. This scenic 10.5-mile roundtrip ride runs from Lake Oswego to Bancroft Street in SW Portland and features spectacular views plus several unique railroad attractions.