About Luscher Farm
COVID-19 Update: Please note that safety measures are in place during the pandemic. Luscher is open to the public dawn-dusk daily; however, access to the community gardens is limited to gardeners only. The farmhouse is also closed to the public. A limited number of programs, including camps & classes are being operated following Oregon Health Authority Guidance.
Luscher Farm, once a dairy operation owned by Rudie and Esther Luscher, was purchased in 1990 by the City of Lake Oswego. The property and buildings are maintained as an agricultural example with the intent to interpret and educate interested visitors in local food and organic plant production.
Today, Luscher Farm is home to a variety of organic and sustainable gardening and farming programs:
* Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation Community Gardens
* Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation Children’s Garden
* 47th Ave Farm Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
* Friends of Rogerson Clematis Garden
* Friends of Luscher Farm
Luscher Farm is open to the public from dawn until dusk. Please respect our gardens and farm by walking only on designated pathways and keeping pets in the parking area only and on leash at all times. The pathways around Rogerson Clematis Garden and the Backyard picnic areas are made of compacted gravel and are firm, flat and stable. They are accessible to most people, including those pushing strollers and using walkers or motorized chairs.
There is also an accessible porta potty located on the north side of the white barn.
When you're out on the Farm, there are many things to do!.
Directions to Luscher Farm:
From I 205, take the Stafford Road exit and go north to Rosemont Road. Turn right on Rosemont Road. The driveway to the farm house, barn and gardens is the first left on Rosemont Road.
From Hwy. 43 (State Street), take McVey/Stafford Road to Rosemont Road. Turn left on Rosemont Road.
View the Google Map of Luscher Farm.