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George Rogers City Park

Lake Oswego

Portland Metro Area, Oregon

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  • The Oregon Iron Company's historic 1866 furnace.- George Rogers City Park
  • Water access.- George Rogers City Park
  • Feeding ducks at the park.- George Rogers City Park
  • George Rogers City Park boat launch (not accessbile by vehicle).- George Rogers City Park
  • View south from the park toward the Willamette River.- George Rogers City Park
  • Grills, drinking fountains and well-maintained restrooms.- George Rogers City Park
  • The Oregon Iron Company's historic 1866 furnace. - George Rogers City Park
  • The Oregon Iron Company's historic 1866 furnace.- George Rogers City Park
  • Picnic areas.- George Rogers City Park
  • Picnic areas.- George Rogers City Park
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Pros: 
Access to water. Historical site. Large park for numerous activities.
Cons: 
Cannot access boat ramp with vehicle.
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Region:
Portland Metro Area, OR
Congestion: 
Moderate
Pets allowed: 
Yes
Parking Pass: 
Not Required
Preferable Season(s):
Spring, Summer, Fall
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Situated on the Willamette River, the 26-acre George Rogers City Park is Lake Oswego’s “premier downtown space.”  The city’s first community park is located on the former site of the Oregon Iron Company.  The Iron Furnace, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, still stands at the park.

The George Rogers City Park site includes two baseball fields, a soccer field, walking trails, a boat ramp on the Willamette River, a memorial garden area, restrooms, an extensive playground and two tennis courts. Two large, structured shelters at the park provide picnic tables, barbeque pits and capacity for up to 70 people. During the summer month, the park's beach and shoreline turns into a sun bathers and swimmers Mecca, drawing families and kids from throughout Lake Oswego and the surrounding neighborhoods.

For more information, you can visit the City of Lake Oswego Parks and Recreation website.

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