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"Lake Oswego Sister City Area" Lake Oswego Off The Beaten Path Tip by glabah

Lake Oswego Off The Beaten Path: 5 reviews and 19 photos

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One section of George Rogers Park is a small picnic area dedicated to Lake Oswego's sister city affiliations. The earliest of these noted on the sign is the sister city relationship wth Mordialloc, Australia in 1988.

Even on a wonderful day with the rest of the park crowded with people, there is no one in this part of the park.

Why? This is a wonderful shady picnic area, and with the rest of the park crowded I would think people would overflow into this area.

Perhaps it is so hidden and private from the rest of the park that people don't even know it exists?

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Sep 4, 2007
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