Enjoying Oswego Lake:
School is out and the rain has gone away. It is absolutely gorgeous out there and the boats are coming out. The high today should be around 79 or 80 degrees and we are inflating our inner tube. If you are relocating to Lake Oswego Oregon and wondering where you should live so that you may enjoy Oswego Lake, then there are some basics you should know. Oswego Lake is a private lake. It is not open to the public. This is probably the single biggest surprise for newcomers to the area. Buying one of the Lake Oswego waterfront homes for sale is not the only way to enjoy the lake. There are many parts of Lake Oswego that have neighborhoods with easements to the lake. This means you may enjoy waterfront living in the form of boating rights, lake rights, swimming, etc.) without the price of a waterfront home.
Current Easements on Oswego Lake According To Lake Corp.:
Alder Point Club, Blue Heron Easement, Bryant Park, Forest Hills Easement, Goodin Easement, Lakeview Recreation, Lakewood Bay Community Club, Lakewood Yacht Club, Maple Circle Easement, North Lake Club Easement, Oswego Lake Villas, Oswego Shore Estates, Palisades Park, South Shore Glen, Southview Club, Springbrook Easement, Summit Court Easement, Uplands Easement, Village On The Lake, Woodside Circle.
Below is the current Oswego Easements Map from The Lake Corp which owns the lake bed of Oswego Lake. You can see the full sized map on their site.
Finding A Home On Oswego Lake with an Easement:
If you are looking at Lake Oswego Realtors and interested in finding a home that has an easement to Oswego lake, please let us know – we can help you find Lake Oswego waterfront homes, Lake Oswego Easement homes, and any other types of Lake Oswego real estate. LO@CooperJacobs.com