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Oaks Amusement Park, Portland

(3.6/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
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  • Well, it's basically a traveling carnival that doesn't travel at all. The standard cheesy rides and a few other attractions, and don't forget the overpriced gut-busting food. I can't imagine anyone ov...  more »
  • Fun for the kids. Some of the workers are a little scary for the smaller kids. The park has a lot of history. Was always told the roller rink can float if there is a floods.  more »
  • Young children often went in the amusement park. Tend to be going around in circles. Lol children's images that jump around intently
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  • Lovely spot for clean family fun. Took children after they completed the summer reading program so we got half off tickets. The staff did an excellent job if drying all the ride. It had just rained the night and day before. Although it's only open on weekends in September the lines were very short. The wristband is worth every penny as my kids could get on any ride they could fit on. The staff was super friendly and the food smelt delicious!! Will be back very soon.
  • This is a nice amusement park with rides for the whole family. That means there isn't massive wild rides like you would find at larger parks, but that's ok because this is a historic amusement park with a ferris wheel, merry go around etc. While the outdoor rides are typically seasonal, the indoor roller skate rink is open all year round. It's definitely one of the little charming things about Portland that I like.
  • Had a blast at the roller rink! Nice facilities and not crowded at all, even in a Friday night. The staff was a little lackluster and I don't feel like the cost to "upgrade" to better skates was really worth it. That being said, I'll absolutely be back!
  • Great place for all ages. Oaks Park Skating Rink has been a go-to-family activity since my children (now high schoolers) for many years. They have an observation deck, birthday party area, rental lockers, skate shop and a snack bar. I feel the snack bar is over priced; yet, the employees are awesome.
  • This definitely feels like a county fair more than an amusement park, but I have had a good time at each visit. The rides are decently fun, and there is actually a good selection. The best part about this park is the large amount of room for bbqs. There are a lot of covered picnic tables and grassy areas next to the river that are a fun place to hang out.