The Oaks Amusement Park Portland
Where is it at?
The Oaks Amusement Park
7805 SE Oaks Park Way
Where are we going today?
Here's a quick quiz for you. What is the OLDEST continually operating amusement park in the entire country?
If you guessed Oaks Amusement Park in Oregon, you would be right! Oaks Amusement Park has been giving families an awesome family day out for YEARS, so why not be part of their history! Whilst they have kept some of their old time charm, they have added modern excitement for all those modern families out there.
They have thrill rides and kiddie rides, as well as those classic coasters, but they also have some great activities for those active and excitable kids.
The amusement park rides vary, so you will find something for everyone. There are playground classics like the Big Pink Slide that will bounce your way down to the bottom, and that classic carousel (and in fact the oldest ride in the park!) Those classic bumper cars will have the whole family driving their way to victory, or you can take on the spine-tingling thrill rides that will spin you around, and around, and around!
Oaks Amusement Park isn't just rides though! Active kids might love to take to the rink, and try out that old fashioned skating fun. Whether you're lacing up for the first time, or want to show off your pro moves to everyone, there are a range of sessions for you to choose from!
If you have spent the day challenging yourself on the thrill rides, you might want to finish the day with some mini golf, and wind down your day with trying to get that illusive hole in one. We know you can do it!
Classic and modern amusement fun for the whole family at Oaks Amusement Park - enjoy kids!
How much does it cost?
- AdultsIndividually priced, or bulk/unlimited rides from $13
- ChildrenSame as adult
When can we go?
Hours vary on the season, and session times vary
Amusement Park: March to Sept, Roller Rink: Year Round
Special "End of the School Year" field trips to Oaks Park. Skating rink fitness field trips and school parties available. .
Tuck into that classic americana: Hot dogs, corn dogs, hamburgers, cheese burgers, cotton candy, ice cream, nachos, soda, and more!.
Pack a picnic! First come first serve picnic spaces available along the riverfront..
Any Top Tips?
It's never a bid idea to bring an extra pair of socks for the roller skating.
Doing our bit
They have safety first, so if they have height restrictions on some rides, they have them there just for your safety so follow them.
Need a little extra help?
The park is ADA compliant, and there are several rides with wheel chair access. Speak to Guest Relations when you arrive.
There are changing stations, and they also have pre-school mornings just for toddlers!.
Can I get one of those?
There is a gift shop on location so you can pick up some nice merchandise and gifts for yourself! .
You can have your birthday party at the park, or skating! Check out their packages to see what suits you best!.
What people are saying?
"AWESOME!!!! SO WORTH THE MONEY"
by Funformom on Apr 02nd, 2014
Mom of a 6 & 2 year old. My little 2 year old even skipped his nap because he was having so much fun. My 6 year old loved that we were able to go on rides with her. She felt like a big kid. We are so going again. GREAT for toddlers/kids/teenagers.