Oaks Amusement Park

Oaks Park is a small amusement park in Portland, Oregon, United States, approximately 3.5 miles south of downtown.The park first established in May 1905 and is one of the country’s oldest continuously operating amusement parks.Oaks Amusement Park, Roller Rink, and Mini Golf Course, located in Portland, Oregon’s historic Sellwood district, has long been known as “where the fun never stops.”Our rides, mini golf, and midway games are now open on a limited-capacity basis, thanks to the Oaks Park Association!We are thrilled to welcome your family back to reconnect with an iconic piece of local history while enjoying safe, wholesome family fun onthe midway after a historic period of closure.At the SE end of the Sellwood Bridge, just 10 minutes from downtown Portland.Since 1905, Oaks Amusement Park has beenoffering families with carnival thrills and family fun on the banks of the Willamette River in Southeast Portland’s Sellwood neighborhood.The park has 44 tree-shaded acres (18 hectares) of rides (including classics like bumper cars and a roller coaster), games, miniature golf, go-carts, roller-skating, and a mini-traintour to keep everyone entertained.

Attractions & Rides

Oaks Park does not disappoint adrenaline junkies.
The park’s hair-raising rides include Zero Gravity, a new attraction added to the park in 2017 that spins fast enough to glue passengers to the wall while twirling high above the ground; the Tree Top Drop, which drops riders from a dizzying 45 feet (14 m); the Adrenaline Peak Roller Coaster, which includes a 72-foot (22 m) past-vertical drop and a gravity-snubbing 360-degree loop; and a new attraction added in
There’s also enough of enjoyment to be found at a slower pace.
With rides like the Zoom Coaster, Toon Cars, and the iconic Big Pink Slide, kids can have their own thrills.
The classic carousel, which dates back to 1911 and has hand-carved horses, as well as spectacular vistas of the Willamette River and downtown Portland from the top of the Ferris wheel, will appeal to taller tourists who aren’t searching for rapid speeds or death-defying drops. Visit the Pioneer Courthouse Square.

When it comes to classic attractions, don’t miss the roller rink, which provides new and veteran rollers alike training, skate rentals, open skate sessions, and entertaining events like Roll-A-Roke (skating + karaoke).
This isn’t your typical skate rink; it’s the largest on the West Coast and the country’s last remaining rink with live music provided by a huge Wurlitzer pipe organ suspended from the ceiling.
The Rose City Rollers, Portland’s roller derby team, is also based there.

Oaks Park, like any good amusement park, offers carnival and arcade games like balloon darts, basketball toss, skee ball, and even a shooting gallery modeled after an Old West saloon.
(The carnival games are cash-only, so bring plenty of cash.)

Summer favorites like hamburgers, corn dogs, ice cream, and cotton candy are among the moderately priced concessions.
Bring your own food and enjoy a riverfront picnic amid the park’s many picnic tables and covered grassy areas with views of the Willamette River.

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