Oaks Amusement Park

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7805 SE Oaks Park Way, Portland, OR 97202.

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based on 102 reviews

Robert H.
Oaks Amusement Park used to be dank and decrepit. It has improved while remaining quaint and anachronistic. That's why we loved it then, and why we love it...

Kyler R.
Pros to this rink: 1) BEAUTIFUL huge floor 2) one employee named Kyle who was very kind and spoke with me about skating for about 45 mins 3) low...

Jennifer G.
Very nostalgic. We paid $16 each (adult & child same price) for unlimited rides and skating. We got there about 2 hours before closing and had plenty of...
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In 1989, the park and the interior of the roller rink were seen in a long sequence in Breaking In, a film written by John Sayles, directed by Bill Forsyth, and starring Burt Reynolds.
Aysia Wright
Lacing up the roller skates
One of the best places to go rollerskating on an old wood floor and an organ music♥ So very Fun°•○●
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rating 4.1 out of 5
Kristen Pippin
The rink is nice but I wanted to say a HUGE thanks to the staff that helped keep my daughter comfortable until the ambulance arrived--she broke her arm in two places but was calm and happy and said the staff was really helpful. So, thanks so much!
Sarah Baumgardner
I love oaks park but I wish there was a tri met bus to go there, kinda strange they don't. you can get pretty much anywhere in portland on tri met fairly easy but not oaks park its a mile+ from the nearest stop. They close too early in summer too.
Annie Bauer
Horrible! The staff and people here were rude. The Looping Thunder roller coaster feels rickety, rough and it's pathetic. I've had bad experiences here since I was a child and I don't find it appealing at all. The park looks outdated, horrid and crummy. It's too crowded due to the narrow midway and ....
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