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Oaks Amusement Park

Oaks Amusement Park Review

There's a small-town charm to this park that has bumper cars, thrill rides, miniature golf, and roller-skating. A 360-degree-loop roller coaster and other high-velocity, gravity-defying contraptions border the midway, along with a carousel and Ferris wheel. The wooden skating rink, built in 1905, is the oldest continuously operating one in the United States, and features a working Wurlitzer organ. To help protect it from Willamette River flooding, the rink floats on airtight iron barrels. There are outdoor concerts in summer.

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  • Address: 7805 SE Oaks Park Way, Sellwood Southeast, Portland, OR 97202 | Map It
  • Phone: 503/233–5777
  • Cost: Park free, multiride bracelets $12.25–$25, individual-ride tickets $2.50
  • Hours: Mid-June–Labor Day, Tues.–Thurs. noon–9, Fri. and Sat. noon–10, Sun. noon–7; late-Apr.–mid-June and day after Labor Day–Oct., weekends noon–7; late-Mar.–late-Apr., weekends noon–5. Roller rink open daily year round
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  • Location: Southeast
Updated: 05-20-2013

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