Oaks Amusement Park Portland Oregon – Rides – Oaks Park / Complete walk around Oaks Amusement Park in Portland Oregon. Watch all the rides going, see the people having fun on a sunny July Summer Day. By Mike and Cindy from Theme Park Delight.
Watch the Adrenaline Peak roller coaster in action. The new extreme in roller coaster excitement has come to Oregon! The coaster features a 72′ vertical lift, past-vertical initial drop, 3 inversions, and jaw-dropping speeds!
00:00 Oaks Amusement Park Intro
01:08 Midway Rides
01:19 Scream’n Eagle Ride
02:03 Frog Hopper Ride
02:58 Scrambler Ride
04:00 RGR19 Announcement
05:20 Oaks Park Train
06:13 Rock-O-Plane Ride
06:34 Zero Gravity Ride
07:42 Adrenaline Peak Roller Coaster
10:54 Disk’O Ride
12:26 The Spider Ride
14:41 Zero Gravity Ride
15:32 Rock & Roll Ride
19:47 Ferris Wheel
20:10 Carousel Ride
22:31 Cosmic Crash Bumper Cars
24:22 Sky Fighters Ride
24:42 Tree Top Drop Ride
25:25 Rockin’ Tug Ride
27:09 Oaks Park History
All Oaks Park amusement rides are shown: Big Pink Slide, Cosmic Crash Bumper Cars, Disk’O, Ferris Wheel, Frog Hopper, Go Karts, Jump Boats, Rock & Roll, Rockin’ Tug, Rock-O-Plane, Scrambler, Scream’n Eagle, Sky Fighters, Spider, Tilt-A-Whirl, Tree Top Drop, Zero Gravity, Zoom Coaster, and the Oaks Park Train.
The oldest ride in the park, the American-made, 1911 Herschall-Spillman hand carved menagerie carousel is often called “the heartbeat of the park”.
Recorded July 20, 2019, during the Project Myc – Ramble Generation Rally at the historic Oaks Park in Portland Oregon.
Oaks Amusement Park
7805 SE Oaks Park Way
Portland, OR 97202
Located in Portland’s historic Sellwood neighborhood, Oaks Park has been “where the fun never ends” since 1905!
Oaks Amusement Park is the last of the historic “trolley parks” still in operation in the northwest and among the oldest continually operating amusement parks in America. “The Oaks” first opened its gates to eager visitors on May 30th, 1905, as a way of boosting ridership on the area’s emerging interurban transportation system. Arriving via streetcar, visitors to the park were thrilled by exotic animals, nightly fireworks, a bathhouse, death-defying amusement rides, and that latest of inventions – electric lights! “The Oaks” is proud to have offered safe, wholesome, family fun to our neighbors for over a century.
Today when visitors walk through the gates they are delighted by a uniquely Portland blend of modern thrills and turn-of-the-century charm on a midway that houses everything from the vintage roller rink at the one end to the state-of-the-art Adrenaline Peak Roller Coaster at the other. The goal of “The Oaks” remains the same as it began a century ago, to give our neighbors a thrilling and affordable day of fun right in their own backyard.
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Recorded and edited by Mike at Theme Park Delight.
Mike films on a Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II
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Outro music courtesy of Kevin MacLeod and incompetech.com
Other music by audionautix.com
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