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George Rogers Park, Lake Oswego

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George Rogers Park is a 26-acre (11 ha) public park at intersection of Ladd and South State streets in Lake Oswego, Oregon, United States. This park contains two baseball fields, a soccer field, access to the Willamette River, a memorial garden area, restrooms, a playground, and two outdoor tennis courts. The park also features the Oregon Iron Company Furnace, which was placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the Department of the Interior. The park is named after George Rogers—a City Councilman—in appreciation for his devoted efforts to develop and maintain the grounds.
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  • Gorgeous popular historical well maintained park right downtown . Lawn areas , picnic tables , sandy beach , river , lots of parking (but often packed ). Beautiful setting . Walking trails . A gem .  more »
  • George Rogers Park has many facets: access to the Willamette River for kayaking or paddleboard from a small beach where you can sunbath; a path above the river; pickle ball court; playground, soccer.....  more »
  • Went to the Fair at New Boston at this park, & loved it. Good food at reasonable prices, & lots of vintage, period-appropriate gifts & novelties. Very unique things, & not your typical street fair stuff. Took a tour of the Hertzler House, which I've been wanting to do, & enjoyed it. The fair was very well organized, with plenty of portable bathroom facilities close by but still off the main path. Really enjoyed this.
  • After driving by for months, we finally decided to stop by George Rogers to take the dogs for a walk and boy were we impressed! The park has a beautiful sandy beach and a nice walking trail. Mature trees offer great shade and lush foliage create a serene landscape. We didn’t stay long, but will definitely be back!

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