High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Oaks Park is a modest
amusement park located 3.5 miles (6 km) south of downtown Portland,
Oregon in the United States near the Sellwood Bridge. The midway
rides and 44 acres (178,000 m ) of grounds are small though it is
popular for company picnics and special events such as the Fourth
of July, Labor Day, and Oktoberfest. Otherwise the park is usually
uncrowded. The park was built by the Oregon Water Power and Railway
Company and opened on May 30, 1905, during a period when trolley
parks were often constructed along streetcar lines. By 1985, the
park was donated to a not-for-profit corporation. The park
celebrated 100 years of continuous operation in 2005, making it
among the oldest in the US.
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