Lake Oswego, OR Trails and Parks

Lake Oswego has 4 trails in the vicinity, including 2 hiking trails and 1 for road biking. These trails range from 4 to 18.1 miles in length. The most popular trails are Tryon Creek State Park, Portland Bridges–Tryon Creek State Park Ramble and Willamette River: Lake Oswego to Willamette Park. Trails.com member Kristi M. recently completed Washington Park and Hoyt Arboretum.
  • Willamette River: Lake Oswego to Willamette Park

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    Lake Oswego, OR

    The paddle from Lake Oswego’s George Rogers Park to Portland’s Willamette Park is short but scenic, and Elk Rock Island (a park halfway along) is worth at least a short layover. This entire section ...
    •  2 to 3 hours
    •  5 miles
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    The paddle from Lake Oswego’s George Rogers Park to Portland’s Willamette Park is short but scenic, and Elk Rock Island (a ...

  • Tryon Creek State Park

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    Lake Oswego, OR

    This 645-acre state park is a forested gem that features more than 14 miles of interconnecting trails designed for hikers, runners, and equestrians. Picturesque Tryon Creek wanders through the ...
    •  1.5 to 2 hours
    •  4 miles
    •  Guide

    This 645-acre state park is a forested gem that features more than 14 miles of interconnecting trails designed for hikers, ...

  • Washington Park and Hoyt Arboretum

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    Lake Oswego, OR

    A family could spend a weekend in Washington Park and never run out of things to do. The park has a zoo, a children’s museum, the World Forestry Center, the Vietnam Veterans of Oregon Memorial, ...
    •  2 hours
    •  4 miles
    •  Guide

    A family could spend a weekend in Washington Park and never run out of things to do. The park has a zoo, a children’s museum, ...

  • Portland Bridges–Tryon Creek State Park Ramble

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    Lake Oswego, OR

    This out-and-back scenic city ride begins on the east side of the Willamette River on the East Bank Esplanade. This magnificent multiuse path features many interpretive plaques, art sculptures, ...
    •  18.1 miles
    •  Guide

    This out-and-back scenic city ride begins on the east side of the Willamette River on the East Bank Esplanade. This magnificent ...