Find the Stewardship Gnomes in Nature!
On Nov. 1st, the gnomes migrated to the tropics to keep their toes warm! The 3 Stewardship gnomes will return to the Parks' natural areas on Apr. 1st, 2020! No foolin'!
Thank you for exploring 21 different natural park areas to look for the 3 gnomes. There are over 450 acres of natural park areas to discover in Lake Oswego. Get out and explore these treasures and enjoy winding trails, sweeping meadows and tranquil forests and scenic vistas.Snap a pic and post your discovery on #loparks Instagram or Facebook!
Have You Heard? We have all new Gnome Biographies!
Check them out on our webpage and learn about native flora and fauna while you're there!
Learn more about Greenie's favorite foods, movies and sports!
Meet Blossom the Stewardship Gnome, and learn about her favorite things!
Oak shares his favorite hobbies with Natural Area visitors!
Dig In and Restore the Natural Areas!
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!