Mountain Park is called “Nature’s Neighborhood” for a reason – this community has immediate access to close to 200 acres of greenspace within Lake Oswego, including parks and play areas, miles and miles of walking trails, and a combination of riparian, wetland, and upland mixed conifer-broadleaf forest. A plethora of different trees, shrubs, and flowers, line the streets and parks. From the top of the ancient volcano Mt. Sylvania, now known as Nansen Summit, the vistas include a view of Mt. Hood, the Coast Range, and the lush valleys and settlements in between.
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