Walking distance to shops in downtown Lake Oswego, and 15 by car to downtown Portland museums, waterfront, gardens.
Dogs on leash, a small donation toward electricity.
Beside or behind RV
We do a lot of short trips in the summer, but give us a try
Portland has world class museums, and gardens. It has an well developed walkable river front on the edge of downtown where various events are held.
This host came through again for me, and am so grateful. Great communication via Boondockers site and even had great weather! All smiles here. :-)
This host is organized and personable. Easy to communicate with via
Boondockers Welcome website, which sent emails and texts to my smart-phone. I look forward to staying again when in the Lake Oswego, Oregon area. Very quiet and nice neighborhood. Be respectful to neighbors. I heard crickets at night and birds in the morning. :-)
It was great fun talking with someone who taught in my home town. The setting was an amazing garden oasis in a quiet neighborhood.
I hope to visit again.
Host is very lovely, the location was perfect and the parking easy.
This is a lovely spot, and a kind and generous host. The neighborhood is peaceful and beautiful, as well as easily walkable to shops and restaurants. A really terrific place to stay.
These Hosts gracious hospitality in their beautiful neighborhood will long be remembered.
Lois and Ralph were delightful hosts, welcoming and generous. Their little spot in the heart of this upscale area of Portland gave me and Journey (my dog) a walkable neighborhood to enjoy. I also relished the porch chats with our hosts, which were full of local history and politics, and a long walking tour of the neighborhood with Lois. I am so grateful for such heart-open people in the world! Thanks, y'all, from one Midwesterner to some others!
The hosts were friendly. The location is a quiet beautiful treed area which is a short walk from downtown Lake Oswego. It was a nice neighborhood to walk around and wake up to the birds in the morning. It was a easy quick drive to Portland via the 43 and Naito Parkway. You don’t have to get on the freeway. We enjoyed our stay here.