The Mountain Park Neighborhood Guide offers a wealth of information on this serene, one-of-a-kind Lake Oswego neighborhood, including maps, parks, and schools.

Mountain Park Neighborhood Guide | SkyBlue Portland A nature lover’s dream-come-true, the Mountain Park neighborhood lies in the northwest quadrant of Lake Oswego.

Lake Oswego Neighborhood Map | SkyBlue Portland

Lake Oswego Neighborhoods Map

It’s bordered to the north by Southwest Portland, to the south by Holly Orchard and Uplands, to the west by Oak Creek, and to the east by Forest Highlands.

Lake Oswego Neighborhood Map | SkyBlue Portland

View from Nansen Park Neighborhood

An award-winning planned community, Mountain Park residents enjoy a wide range of amenities unlike anywhere else in Oregon. Imagine living on a forested mountaintop, surrounded by spectacular territorial views of the valley, numerous parks, a top-notch community center, and eight miles of meandering, well-maintained trails. You love serenity and nature? This is your neighborhood.

Mountain Park Trail Map | SkyBlue Portland

Mountain Park Trail Map

Mountain Park Community Center

Mountain Park Clubhouse | SkyBlue Portland

Mountain Park Clubhouse & Rec Center

Imagine a community rec center that includes tennis courts, indoor swimming pool, and preschool.

Mountain Park Tennis Courts | SkyBlue Portland

Mountain Park Tennis Courts

Nature in Bloom

Mountain Park Rec Center | SkyBlue Portland

Mountain Park in Bloom

In spring and summer, Mountain Park overflows with lupine, daisies, oxalis, honeysuckle, trillium, fireweed, and foxglove–as well as plentiful dogwood and madrona trees.


McNary Park | SkyBlue Portland

McNary Park

Mountain Park’s outdoor offerings have you covered  with seven parks–many with play areas –and over eight miles of verdant hiking and walking paths, only steps from your door.

McNary Park Play Structure SkyBlue Portland

McNary Park Play Structure

  • Brook Gutman Park
  • Cellini Play Area
  • Elizabeth M. Gress Park
  • McNary Park
  • Nansen Summit Park
  • Touchstone Park


The Summit Neighborhood in Mountain Park | SkyBlue Portland

The Summit Neighborhood in Mountain Park




And although homes can be pricey in this lovely neighborhood, more modestly priced condominiums and townhomes are plentiful as well.. As with most Lake Oswego neighborhoods, demand is high. Thus vigilance, preparedness, knowledge, and patience are key to getting the home of your dreams here. Of course, the SkyBlue Team would love to help.

Homes for Sale in Mountain Park

Portland Neighborhoods by the Numbers

Each year, the April issue of Portland Monthly Magazine delivers a heap of revealing numbers on Portland’s ever dynamic housing front. Check out Portland Neighborhoods By The Numbers 2017: The Suburbs. There are nearly 60 revealing criteria available for each Portland neighborhood and Portland Metro community. And you can sort on any column. In this much anticipated report, you’ll find interactive stats on real estate, people, crime, and lifestyle, livability, and urban migration for each of Portland’s 95 neighborhoods and 28 suburbs. For Portland Metro, take a look at the Real Estate Suburb table and sort the Cost Per Square Foot column. The cost per square foot in Portland Metro ranges from $137 per square foot for St. Helens to $372 per square foot for Sauvie Island. Lake Oswego comes in at $268 per square foot. Or in the Lifestyle Table, sort on Parks and Open Spaces (Acres) to see that Lake Oswego has 954 acres of parks and natural areas. Now imagine yourself in this rural wonderland, surrounded by tall trees, an iconic blue lake, and the Willamette river. You can learn so much about a Portland neighborhood or suburban city from perusing these statistics.

Neighborhood Associations

Neighborhood Maps

Neighborhood Statistics


Only 15-18 minutes (7.8 miles) to Downtown Portland by car, depending on traffic and time of day.

Public Schools

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