Oregon’s Theme and Water Parks

Oregon is home to two small theme parks and three small water parks. These parks are a great way to spend this summer. Check out this list below!

Oregon’s Theme and Water Parks

Oaks Park

This amusement park is located in Portland and has been open since 1905. It features over 20 rides, as well as roller skating, mini golf, games and more. One of the most popular attractions is the “Adrenaline Peak Roller Coaster,” a newer fast-paced ride that features a 72-foot high lift, drops and more. The oldest ride in the park is the Carousel which was built in 1911 and is referred to as “the heartbeat of the park.”

Enchanted Forest

This theme park is in Salem and is for kids. It features themed areas including Storybook Lane, Tofteville Western Town, and Old European Village. The rides at this park include a log ride, bumper cars, a small roller coaster, a haunted house and more.

Wings and Waves Water Park

This indoor water park is located in McMinnville next to the Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum. This park is space and aviation-themed and features slides, a zero depth entry pool, whirlpool, kids play area and more. It is advertised as “the only water park in the country where you can slide out of a real airplane.”

North Clackamas Aquatic Park

This indoor water park is located in Milwaukie and has attractions including a wave pool, rock climbing wall, water slide and more. It is home to Oregon’s largest wave pool that has four foot waves. The park has attractions for all ages; for younger kids, it has a kiddie pool and for adults it has a hot tub.

Splash! Water Park

This indoor park is located at Lively Park in Springfield and is open year round. It features a wave pool, a water slide, a kiddie pool, an activity pool, a hot tub and more. The most popular attraction is the slide which is 144-feet long.

Getting Help

If you or someone you know has suffered an injury from a park, contact us to get the representation that you need. We handle cases related to amusement park injuries, water park injuries, carnival injuries, fair injuries, and festival injuries.

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