Find the Stewardship Gnomes in Nature!
Blossom, Greenie and Oak have upped their hiding game! The 3 gnomes hide in 3 natural park areas each month...then the Gnomes Roam! Check back monthly to learn where they're hiding...then, go find them! You'll also discover winding trails, scenic vistas and unique characteristics in the park natural areas. Happy hunting!
AUGUST GNOME HUNT
Cooks Butte Park
Explore the lower trail where a gnome peeks from a tree to look for his horse pal. Next, head up the winding trail as a gnome found a tree-mendous spot to hide in the 42 acre forest. One red-hat imp favors the trail near the hilltop meadow where deer graze…shh!
Location: 2266 Palisades Crest Dr.
Parking: 18600 Shipley Dr. (Follow the paved path along the meadow into the woods)
Location: 15120 Boones Ferry Rd.
Parking: Off Boones Way. Look for the trail leading into the woods.
Roehr Park Natural Area
Location: 350 Oswego Pointe Dr.
Parking: 350 Oswego Pointe Dr.
Haven't You Heard? We have all new Biographies!
Check them out on our pages, and learn about new native flora and fauna while you are there!
Learn more about Greenie's favorite foods, movies and sports!
Meet Blossom the Stewardship Gnome, and learn about her favorite things!
We need your helping hands in our Parks!
The City of Lake Oswego works with volunteer Friends Groups to help restore the habitat in over 460 acres of natural areas in the parks. Check out the Stewardship events for ways to volunteer and help restore natural areas in our community!