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Parks and Recreation Things to Do
View the Parks & Recreation Activities Guide, register for classes and learn more about scholarship or inclusion services!
With many schools and offices remaining virtual for the foreseeable future, Parks & Recreation has developed some additional activities and classes to meet your needs--all with COVID-19 safety protocols, of course! Check out the list below of additional programs added outside of the Fall Par
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Celebrate the beauty of Lake Oswego by joining family and friends for these extraordinary events, including the Lake Oswego Farmers' Market, Star Spangled Parade and Celebration, Summer Concerts, Movies in the Park, the Christmas Tree Lighting, Tinseltown Trolley, and more! See our Summer Events Brochure attachment below.
The Lake Oswego Farmers’ Market began its 20th season on Saturday, June 6. While the Market looks different in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, but you'll still find fresh, local and healthy essential foods.
The safety of market patrons, vendors, volunteers, and staff is a top priority, and we ask that all community members contribute to the event’s success by following new guidelines.
Enjoy the Market!
Lake Oswego Golf Course is a City owned 18-hole par-3 facility with holes ranging from 74-179 yards. The hillside layout offers beautifully kept, small, contoured greens with Lost Dog Creek passing among fir, cedar, and maple trees through the back nine.
The Lake Oswego Indoor Tennis Center is a four-court facility open year-round to players of all ages and ability levels. The Tennis Center has been serving the community since 1974.
The Tennis Center is open to both Lake Oswego residents and non-residents. Courts are open every day of the year for hourly rental.
The parking lot is closed to all except Community Gardeners, Volunteers, and CSA workers. Walk in access is available, however the Community Gardens remain closed to the public.
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.