Whether you are an art lover, a nature enthusiast, or just looking for somewhere where you could have fun with your friends, the city of Lake Oswego has got your back.
The city has a lot more to offer than you would expect. More about Beaverton can be seen here.
The Arts Council of Lake Oswego
For Art Lovers, there are two beautiful places worth a look. The first is The Arts Council of Lake Oswego, where you get to view fine art exhibits and also advance lifelong learning through Docent Tours.
The Lakewood Center for Arts
If this doesn’t work for you, then our second option, The Lakewood Center for Arts, is guaranteed to do the trick. They boast some unique art and entertaining shows with creativity that is unmatched.
George Rogers Park
If art doesn’t do it for you and nature is more your drug, then George Rogers Park is perfect for you. Here we have a playground or generous field ideal for a kickabout with your friends or a softball game for the kids. The place also has the facilities for an outdoor picnic with tables and a perfect spot for a barbeque. More outdoor discoveries can be made visiting Marylhurst.
For history buffs, the 150-year-old Iron Furnace is a historic landmark as the oldest Iron Smelter west of the Mississippi with interesting interpretative placards describing the smelter process.