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Trails and Pathways
In the spring of 1991, the City began the construction of a recreational loop system of pathways around the community. Each loop is designed to connect neighborhoods with schools, parks, and commercial centers. Funding for the majority of the system was provided by the bond measure approved by the voters in 1990. Lake Oswego pathways are multi-use and shared by walkers, runners, bikers, and pets. Please be courteous to all users.
Lake Oswego is pleased to be part of The Intertwine; an ever-growing network of integrated parks, trails and natural areas that will one day soon be the world's greatest system of its kind. Click on Intertwine Website in the Web Links section below to find out more information.
This brochure is available from the Parks & Recreation office headquarters at the Lake Oswego Public Golf Course, 17525 SW Stafford Rd. and at City Hall, 380 A Avenue 1st Floor Lake Oswego, OR 97034. Trail and Parks maps are free.
Bicycle and pedestrian counts are now available!
See links below.
The Oswego Iron Heritage Trail is a tour route that guides walkers along existing streets and pathways to seven sites associated with Oregon’s pioneer iron industry. The first iron furn
Lake Oswego boasts many beautiful pathways. Following the Rules of the Road and Safety Tips can help make the outdoor experience better for all users.
The trail consists of ten interpretive panels and commemorates the unique historic, agricultural, and cultural beginnings of the Hazelia area. Mounted copies of the panels will be displayed at Luscher Farm during the ceremony.