Oaks Park is Family Fun at Its Best {Giveaway}

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{Sponsored Post :: A giveaway is being provided in exchange for this post.}

Oaks Logo_hard outlineRGBIf you haven’t taken your family to Oaks Park recently, it’s time to check them out. With thrill rides, kiddie rides, family rides, midway games, roller skating, and mini golf, it’s the ideal spot for wholesome, safe, and affordable family fun. And for one reader, it’s about to get really affordable (a.k.a. free) for your whole family…and maybe a few friends too!

Did you know that Oaks Park is the oldest continually operating amusement park in America? As a history buff, I love that their modern thrills intersect with 110 years of family oriented fun. I guess their tagline, “Where the fun never ends,” is more than just good marketing!

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In addition to the amusement park and roller skating rink (open year round for indoor fun when the weather gets wet), Oaks Park is also a popular event venue, offering beautiful picnic grounds and an antique reception hall. They host events of all kinds from graduation and birthday parties to school and corporate events. For birthday parties, choose from a variety of packages involving rides, mini golf, or roller skating.

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There really is something for everyone at Oaks Park. And, with no gate fees or parking fees, they are one of the most affordable full days of fun that Portland has to offer. All-day ride bracelets range from just $13 to $26.

Oaks Park has teamed up with Portland Moms Blog to give one lucky reader seven all-day ride wristbands – a $112 value! Enter below and visit their website to plan your fun.

Oaks Park Giveaway
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Jen is a Type A introvert who is continually learning {in large part as a result of motherhood} that she can’t control it all and that everything is better with chocolate. After spending most of her life in Minnesota, she made Portland home a couple of years ago along with her New York native husband, Phil, and their lovely littles, Connor (November 2010) and Brielle (April 2013). Jen quickly fell in love with Oregon and, along with her family, is determined to explore all that the Pacific Northwest has to offer. At their current stage of family life, she and her hubby give every adventure a 50/50 shot of succeeding without a child {or parent} meltdown.