Please refer to https://www.ci.oswego.or.us/parksrec/lopr-covid-19-update for specific info regarding closures or adjusted operations due to COVID-19.
In addition to the published catalog, you can find all our classes and activities on the Online Registration website.
NEW TO LOPR OUTDOOR RECREATION
BIRDING! Join LOPR's Virtual Birding Workshops! Fly into Intro to Birding and learn how to identify birds in your backyard and beyond. Already have a great eye for birding? Check out our advanced classes!
BEEKEEPING! Check out LOPR's new beekeeping workshops! Learn the basics of becoming a successful backyard beekeeper.
Feeling buzzy AND crafty? Check out our Products of the Hive workshop to learn to make your own organic honey projects like lip balm!
GET ON THE WATER
Get on the water and set off on your Northwest adventure! Lake Oswego Parks and Recreation teams up with Alder Creek Kayak and Canoe in Lake Oswego offering programs such as Basic Skills Kayak, Basic Canoe Skills, kayaking tours, and youth camps. Alder Creek offers world class coaching, guiding, and instruction from highly skilled and certified coaches. Their staff maintains the most current, best practices and employs the most up to date teaching techniques. To hit the water with Alder Creek, click HERE
In addition to structured classes and camps, Alder Creek offers gear rentals at George Rogers Park from June - September.
Alder Creek SUP, Kayak, and Canoe Summer Rentals
Open 7 days a week, June-September; 10a-6p (last rentals go out as 4p)
Open Labor Day
Open Weekends in September; 10a-6p
OUTDOOR FUN WITH ADVENTURES WITHOUT LIMITS
Lake Oswego Parks and Rec teams up with Adventures Without Limits to offer some of the best outdoor activities found in the Northwest. Activities for people of all ages and ability levels. AWL doesn't sit inside in the winter months, instead they offer beautiful adventurous escapes for your enjoyment. Sign up today!
EXPLORE WITH LO HIKES & RAMBLES
Hikes and Rambles is an entirely volunteer driven program that offers weekly hikes and rambles within a two-hour drive from Lake Oswego, Tuesdays and Thursdays, January-mid-November.
For up-to-date, detailed information about the Hikes and Rambles Program, please visit www.LOHikes.com
ROWING WITH LOCR
In Partnership with the City of Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation, Lake Oswego Community Rowing (LOCR) offers programs for both new and experienced rowers. Programs include Learn to Row classes, Youth Rowing (ages 12-18), and Experienced Adult (Masters) rowing for rowers 18+. Indoor land training is available to anyone, regardless of rowing experience. LOCR also offers private lessons year-round. Check out LOCR's virtual programming!
Please reach out and email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Specialized Recreation Programs (All Ages)
The City of Lake Oswego believes that including all people in the fabric of society strengthens individuals and community and enhances quality of life. Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation endeavors to foster diversity, remove barriers and further equity and inclusion in all of its work. We promote inclusion and opportunities for choice to enhance the quality of life for our residents, including persons with disabilities. If you have a disability or need an accommodation, use the Inclusion/Other Info field available to provide your need when registering online, or please include a note along with your mailed or dropped off registration. You may also contact us at 503-675-2549.
Persons with special needs are encouraged to participate in any of our programs. Please call Cydny Fletcher at 503-697-6589 if you need any accommodations or if you have questions. *Please note that inclusion services (aides) are provided to Lake Oswego residents only.
If you have any feedback on our programs or would like to submit a program request, we would love to hear from you!