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Sports Division

City of Lake Oswego Oregon Official Website

Parks & Recreation offers sports and fitness classes and activities for kids and adults and sports leagues for high school students and adults. Program and registration information for sports and fitness classes can be found at Find complete league information at



Sports Night Tailgate at the Adult Community Center - April 7, 2017

SPORTS FANS: it's time to tailgate. It's a kickoff to summer sports so let's tailgate and celebrate. Game night tailgate brings food and fun to sports fans ages 18+. You'll have cornhole, table tennis, social games and more to choose from. Join us for food hot-off-the-grill, homemade pretzels and crafted beer. Get information about our sports leagues and programs directly from our league coordinators and staff.

Join us from 6pm-8pm on Friday, Aril 7th at the Adult Community Center

$5 suggested donation

Ages 18+, ID required for beer


City League Sports, Programs & Events
All information for city-sponsored sports leagues (basketball, soccer & softball) and programs/events (including adult drop-in sports, girls youth lacrosse, youth cross-country runs, sports camps) can be found at

Athletic Fields
Information on field use permits and field availability.

Parks & Recreation Sports Camps
Parks & Recreation partners with Skyhawks Sports Academy and the Oregon Fencing Alliance to bring quality, recreational camps to the youth of Lake Oswego.  Camps are also available for girls lacrosse and table tennis.

Preschool Sports
Parks & Recreation offers classes specifically tailored to preschool-aged children. Activities include lacrosse, soccer, tennis, basketball, baseball, flag football and yoga.  Classes are provided in partnership with Lacrosse Northwest, Challenger Sports, Skyhawks Sports Academy, and Oregon Fencing Alliance.

Community Youth Sports Organizations
View the contact list for youth sports organizations. Find information about organizations that provide kids and adults sports activities other than those sponsored by the Parks & Recreation department.