Explore the most popular walking trails near Lake Oswego with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Easy hikes available for every age group

beautiful...Lots of trails.

Grew up hiking these trails as a kid in elementary school on field trips. A good easy hike for all ages! The suspension bridge is always fun too!

Cute little park. Nicely maintained trails. Great for a quick hike in the city.

Beautiful, accessible; the perfect walk in the woods.

Great space on the south and east side. The northern entrance and short loop are the least attractive areas.

Gorgeous meadow. This should be added to any trip up Cook's Butte!

hiking
1 month ago

A beautiful walk in the middle of Lake Oswego. One of many private properties transformed into a natural area. Oswego Canal runs alongside. There are two loops marked on the map. I wandered on every whim of a trail, but some are probably not official. Follow the park's trail map (with the 2 small loops) for an established route. An open area inside the larger of the two loops looks interesting. I imagine there was possibly once a large residence there.

Great park. Very pretty. Daughter and I hiked around for an hour today.

walked 3 miles with my 10 year old tonight and we're going back tomorrow! love how beautiful and well maintained this park is!

2 months ago

Either all downhill or all uphill. I have knee problems making the descent and switchbacks slow. I would consider this moderate for those with any health concerns.

Great for running and strolling. Can get buggy though in the summer.

Love the serenity and natural beauty

Old stomping grounds.. It had been quite awhile since I had been here. There’s always tons of people so I don’t go often but it’s good for socializing dogs. Pretty flat and few hills.

hiking
2 months ago

No major views, but it's a nice chunk of nature reserved out of an otherwise populated and luxurious area. Not much official parking at the trailhead shared with Steven's Meadow. I parked on the street in front of the fancy houses nearby, perhaps to their chagrin since I'm all lower class and such :) Nice area. Growing up near Mt. Tabor myself, I know how easy it is to take such beauty out the back door for granted. I hope those who live nearby use and appreciate Cook's Butte. I did. It seems like the northwest section of trail was freshly dug, and it varied from the gps track and park map a bit. Though perhaps my Garmin was wigging out a bit too.

walking
2 months ago

Stevens Meadow probably gets eclipsed by the shadow of nearby Cook's Butte. Nevertheless, it is a worthwhile visit since both start at the same trailhead. There isn't much parking for the pair, though roadside is just fine. Stevens Meadow is worthwhile for the views alone, and the charms of the farms surround. The park would benefit from some kind of trail surface other than mowed down grass. Barkdust would make for a nicer walking track.

Love it here, so many different hiking trials, depending how much you want to walk. A lot of scenery and small waterfalls for he kids to see. I have two kids and they loved it!!

love it! light traffic and a lot to see.

Great series of easy to almost moderate tails. Serene settings in just a few minutes from the parking lot. There's a gift shop and interpretive center with some programming for children.

walking
4 months ago

Get area to run, walk, bike, horseback ride. Well groomed trails and very scenic.

2 miles loop are good . We have fun today

Easy with some elevation gain and loss. Lots of trails but trail remains in the same drainage basin so it is pretty hard to stay lost for long.

Easy hike with multiple options for trails. We did about a 2 mike loop.

Was a very nice hike. Well maintained trails.

Nice, easy walk with pretty forest views.

Beautiful setting and easy to get to.

Lots of fun options to make your own route. 7 miles today.

walking
6 months ago

Forested dirt trail in an upscale suburban neighborhood. Good dog walk. Views blocked by trees.

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