Oaks Amusement Park
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It is a small amusement park, south of downtown Portland and is one of the oldest continually operating amusement parks in the country. It includes midway games, a skating rink, Herschell-Spillman Noah’s Ark Carousel and many more.
An amusement park within walking or biking distance. Roller coasters, and other rides.
Want to ride smaller roller coasters and carnival rides? Feel like going roller skating at a historic roller rink? Walk down Springwater Corridor to Oaks Park and spend the afternoon playing!
Oaks Park is a small amusement park located 3.5 miles south of downtown Portland, Oregon, United States. The park opened in May 1905 and is one of the oldest continually operating amusement parks in the country.
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“Historic theater with updated seating, they sell beer/wine and have $5 movie tickets on Tuesdays. ”
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“Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge is a city park of about 141 acres in southeast Portland. Located in a floodplain along the east bank of the Willamette River near Sellwood, the park is known for attracting a wide variety of birds.”
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“Storied, sprawling business with vendors galore selling antiques, vintage jewelry & home decor.”
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“Delicious food, and plenty of seating (outdoor and upstairs). They also do takeout if you just want to spend a night in. It can be loud in the restaurant proper, and the ordering system is a little inefficient but the food is worth it. ”
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“Great place to grab a quick pastry, one of their delicious breakfasts, or a loaf of fresh bread to take home. They also have pretty good coffee if you only want to make one breakfast stop. The building is another of Sellwood’s historic buildings that adds a little charm to your meal! Just know their seating is limited and you might have to wait a bit. ”
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