Lake Oswego, Oregon

 

Incorporated in 1910, Lake Oswego has always been considered one of the finest residential areas in Oregon. Lake Oswego offers full-service police and fire protection, a heavily-used library, and an award-winning senior center. It also provides planning and zoning regulation, building inspection and regulation, street maintenance and improvement, and water, sewer, and surface water services.

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Portland Attractions Area Attractions
OMSIOMSI-With an IMAX theater, a laser light planetarium, a motion simulator, a real US submarine, and rooms filled with science activities, the whole family will enjoy OMSI.
Portland Art MuseumPortland Art Museum - From exhibits featuring Egypt to a sculpture from Pablo Picasso, from modern to Pacific Rim, there is something that will catch your eye and imagination.
Willamette Falls

Willamette Falls - The Willamette Falls near Portland provides views of geology, history and industry.

Portland Oregon Lodging Lake Oswego Lodging
Phoenix Inn Suites in Lake OswegoPhoenix Inn Suites in Lake Oswego
We are conveniently located ten minutes from downtown Portland in the Kruse Meadows District. We cater to business, leisure travelers, and families searching for a convenient, affordable hotel.
Lakeshore InnLakeshore Inn
Enjoy lakefront rooms and suites with kitchens and private decks. Just steps from the inn are wonderful restaurants and shopping.

The schools in the city rate among the best in the county, with more than 80% of high school students going on to attend college.

There is a city-owned sports center on the Willamette River, two public swimming facilities on the 405-acre Oswego Lake, a self-financed 18-hole golf course, indoor tennis center, and outdoor amphitheater right along the river. These amenities, managed by the city¹s Parks and Recreation department, help promote Lake Oswego as a place to "live where you play."