Roehr City Park is part of the Oswego Iron Heritage Trail and is located on the 1888 Iron Furnace Site. The 7.5-acre riverfront area along the Willamette River is near the the Charlie S. Brown Water Sports Center, and it contains an amphitheater that can be rented for special events. You will also find elevated viewing decks, benches and lighted pathways that have been built on the ruins of the abandoned industrial facilities. History buffs will find plenty of information detailing the rise and fall of the 19th century iron industry that once thrived in this area. For more information, visit the City of Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation website.