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Page Reviewed / Updated – December 30, 2022

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Lake Oswego is an upscale community situated eight miles southeast of Portland, Oregon, which is known for its eclectic arts and culture scene and great boutique shopping and restaurants. The city of Lake Oswego borders the scenic lake of the same name and is banked by the Willamette River on its east side, creating an abundance of natural beauty for residents to enjoy. 

Although the cost of living in Lake Oswego is higher than the national and Oregon average, health care costs are lower there, and there are more physicians per capita than the national average. Crime rates are also lower in Lake Oswego than the national average. More than one-fifth (21.4%) of the people living in Lake Oswego are over 65, greater than the national percentage of 16.8% of the population being over 65.

According to Genworth’s 2021 Cost of Care Survey, residents of assisted living facilities in Lake Oswego and other communities within the Portland metropolitan area pay an average of $4,975 per month. Although this is several hundred dollars higher than the national average of $4,500, it’s slightly lower than Oregon’s statewide median of $5,045 per month. 

Note: Data for Lake Oswego was unavailable, so data for the nearest city, Portland, was used instead.

We compiled the following guide to provide readers with more information on high-ranking assisted living facilities in Lake Oswego. Please feel free to keep reading to see if any are right for you or a loved one. 

Oswego Place by Bonaventure

Situated in a peaceful, secluded neighborhood, Oswego Place by Bonaventure offers floor plans ranging from studios to two-bedroom units. Apartments are equipped with a kitchen or a kitchenette, individual climate controls, a microwave oven, staff call systems and enhanced front door security. We liked that this facility offers anytime dining instead of only serving meals during designated hours. Besides the restaurant-style dining room, there is an on-site café with beverages and pastries; there's also a hospitality suite with a bar. Small pets are welcome at Oswego Place.

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Greenridge Estates at Mountain Park

We included Greenridge Estates at Mountain Park on our top 10 list because of its carefully curated activity calendar. Activities include a diverse array of options, such as afternoon wine tasting, visits to local attractions such as the Evergreen Aviation Museum and clubs for exploring creative avenues such as designing greeting cards. There is an on-site pharmacy where residents can get their prescriptions filled and a salon/barbershop for their hair care and styling needs.

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The Springs at Carman Oaks

Floor plans at The Springs at Carman Oaks include pet-friendly studio and one-bedroom apartments with kitchenettes, private bathrooms, Wi-Fi and expanded basic cable. Guests are welcome to join residents for meals, and there is a private dining room available for residents to entertain friends and family. On-site activities include tai chi, yoga, gardening, music, games and movie nights in the on-site theater. Customized care plans are overseen by a registered nurse.

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The Stafford

Elegant inside and out, The Stafford provides an upscale-yet-relaxing lifestyle experience. There is an on-site salon that's so popular that it's open to the public as well as to residents of The Stafford. This senior living community made our top 10 list because of its array of wellness services, which include hydrotherapy, massage therapy and skin care regimens. Guests suites are available for the convenience of visiting family and friends.

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The Springs at Lake Oswego

We couldn't help but be impressed by the quality of the amenities at this facility. Residents can enjoy a gourmet dinner on the rooftop deck followed by a visit to the fireside wine bar, also on the rooftop deck. There is a bistro for casual fare and beverages, a pub with a billiards table, a chapel and a fully equipped fitness center. Outdoor amenities include a putting green, bocce court, raised-bed garden plots, patio area with plenty of comfortable seating and outdoor barbecues. This is a dog-friendly community with its own on-site dog park.

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Courtyard at Mount Tabor

One of the main reasons why Courtyard at Mount Tabor was included on our top 10 list is its innovative Vibrant Life Program, which allows residents to create their own schedules based on their personal priorities and preferences. The program is designed to promote family and community connections and includes a wide range of outings. Assisted living floor plans at this facility include large studio and one-bedroom, pet-friendly units equipped with in-room cable, Wi-Fi and emergency call systems. Paved walking trails wind through the spacious grounds.

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Brookdale River Valley Tualatin

This pet-friendly facility is situated adjacent to Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center and near Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge. There is an on-site general store so that residents don't have to go far to find basic personal care and household items. A coffee shop for light snacks and beverages and an arts and crafts studio where residents can exercise their creativity are also available to residents. An on-site community garden provides residents with the opportunity to cultivate their favorite flowers, herbs and vegetables, and there is a greenhouse available for those who want to continue their horticultural pursuits during the winter.

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Pacifica Senior Living Calaroga Terrace

The panoramic views of the Portland metro area from the windows of the spacious, pet-friendly apartments at Pacifica Senior Living Calaroga Terrace make this facility stand out. The walk-in closets and the fully equipped kitchens are also great features. The staff includes nurses, a podiatrist and occupational, speech and physical therapists. Residents also have access to one-on-one companion care. Other services include weekly wellness checks, hearing aid care and assistance, and transportation to off-site medical and dental appointments.

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Homewood Heights Assisted Living Community

This facility's woodland setting on the banks of the Willamette River makes it a great choice for those seeking to surround themselves with natural beauty. The spacious backyard is full of lush landscaping featuring ferns, evergreens and abundant flowers with comfortable chairs and benches. Residents can also benefit from the personalized music program and on-site support groups for a range of issues. Homewood Heights also offers short-term retreat stays and coordinated hospice care.

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Sellwood Senior Living

Sellwood Senior Living has less of a residential feel to it than the other assisted living facilities on this list, making it a great choice for those seeking easy access to urban amenities such as entertainment venues, retail and grocery shopping and good restaurants. The vaulted ceilings and large windows that let in plenty of natural light create a bright, airy ambiance.

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