Living Well in LO: Powered by Parks & Recreation
Living Well in LO is a health and wellness initiative that is based on the six dimensions of wellness and Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation (LOPR) is committed to providing excellence in parks and recreation services to enhance the livability of Lake Oswego. It is upon this foundation which we offer services and programs to promote health and wellness in our community. Refer to the files at the right side of the screen to read about the initiative origins and previous and current year's program tracks.
The print version will be hitting mailboxes soon! Registration opens for residents on December 4 and non-residents on December 11. Check out the online version by clicking below!
Questions about activities and services can be answered by calling 503-675-2549 M-F 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Register online at www.loparks.org.
Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation operates one of the most active parks and recreation programs in the Portland metropolitan area. Among the parks and recreation facilities managed by the department are over 600 acres of developed park property, undeveloped and passive parklands, natural parks, and open spaces, including 45 acres of recreation facilities, including the Adult Community Center, Indoor Tennis Center, outdoor swim park, and the Water Sports Center on the Willamette River. Coming in 2024 will be the 9-hole executive golf course and the Lake Oswego Recreation and Aquatic Center.
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.
Get Outdoors and have some fun with LO Parks & Rec!
Hiking, rowing, rafting, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, foraging, bee-keeping, raise chickens, birdwatching, fly-casting and more!