Lakeview is located in eastern Oregon and at 4,800 feet
(1,463.65 meters), Lakeview is one of the highest altitude
cities in Oregon. According to the United States Census Bureau,
the city has a total area of 4.1 km (1.6 mi). 4.0 km (1.6 m�) of
it is land and 0.64% is water.
The "Tall Man" sign at the entrance of Lakeview symbolizes Lakeview's claim as the "Tallest Town in Oregon." Lakeview is the highest elevation, established town in Oregon at 4,800 feet.
Lakeview has been named "The Hang Gilding Capital of the West" Hang Gliders and Para Gliders come from all over the world to ride the strong updrafts that can carry them on record breaking distance and altitude flights, over a spectacular view of the Warner Mountains. Up to 300 pilots have been airborne at once during the annual Fourth of July Festival.
Schools - Lakeview Senior High School, the only high school in the city, serves grades 9 through 12. The attendance of the school is approx. 450 students. Its mascot is the Honker (Canada Goose). Sports include Football, Volleyball, Cross-country, Boys and Girls Basketball, Wrestling, Ski team, Baseball, Softball, Track and Field, and Golf.