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Premier Park Reservations
2022 Rental Packets are available under "Attachments". We are now taking applications for the 2022 reservation season.
For 2022 we will take Reservations for Premier Parks April 1 - last weekend in October
- You may complete and submit the application now. Available dates will be awarded on a first come basis. If two applications are received for the same available date, the date will be awarded to residents first.
- You will be notified within 2 days of submittal if you've received the date requested.
- A deposit of $650 ($500 refundable deposit and $150 non-refundable cleaning fee) is then due to reserve the date.
- Reservations for Roehr Park will be taken starting May 1.
- 2022 information (policies, fees, etc.) is now available under "Attachments".
Foothills Park -
Max Capacity: Pavilion: 100. Grass Area next to Pavilion: 100. Dolphin/Bosque: 50.
The City’s newest riverfront park is nine acres on the Willamette River waterfront, just north of Roehr Park and the Oswego Pointe area. It features sweeping views of the river from a covered platform; a ring of basalt columns engraved with the poetry of William Stafford (the Stafford Stones); a timber and stone picnic pavilion with a stone fireplace; pathways, a reflecting pond, and a grass amphitheater that hosts Wednesday evening concerts in July. Reservations can be made for the Pavilion, Amphitheater, Dolphin and Bosque.
Millennium Plaza Park -
Max Capacity: Pergola: 400. Grassy Knoll: 50
Delightful urban park located in the heart of Lake Oswego. Featuring views of Lakewood Bay, this community gathering place features a pergola, fireplace, reflecting pond and a paved plaza. Many events are planned each year including the Saturday Lake Oswego Farmers' Market, Thursday Movies in the Park during July and August, and Sunday Moonlight & Music concerts. Reservations can be made for the Pergola and/or Grassy Knoll.
Roehr Park -
Current Capacity: Amphitheater: 200. Dolphin: 50.
This 7.5 acre developed riverfront area along the Willamette River includes viewing decks, lighted pathways, and benches for sitting. There is also an amphitheater and access to the Charlie S. Brown Water Sports Center along with the newly renovated Roehr Park Pathway. Reservations can only be made for the amphitheater and Dolphin together.