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Amusement Places Arcades in Portland, OR
10300 SE Main St5.85 mi Portland, OR Amusement Places & ArcadesTourist Information & AttractionsParty PlanningPizza
Lots of fun for my family--we love the games!
10300 SE Main St5.85 mi Portland, OR$$ Party PlanningTourist Information & AttractionsChildren's Party Planning & EntertainmentRestaurants
I am writing this review to give my best recommendation to this place. They offer great pizzas and also some nice pastas here!
3.Oaks Amusement Park
7805 SE Oaks Park Way3.85 mi Portland, OR Amusement Places & ArcadesTourist Information & AttractionsPlaces Of Interest
Looking over historical ads for the park, I see it was once billed as ""The Coney Island of the West"". Well, I grew up in NYC, and spent tons of time in Coney Island, and, while that great park has suffered the ravages of time and the tawdry, even sleazy developments that came with it, Oaks Park strikes me as a trip in a time machine back to a much smaller version of Coney Island circa 1910. The flowers, the gazebos, the picknickers, the river right there (ok, so it's not the Atlantic ocean, but still, it's sand). Charming and relaxing. It is, first and foremost, a park for children... There are only one or two big thrill rides. Rowdy twentysomethings looking for opportunities to drink too much beer, whoop it up on ""x-treme"" rides and scare their dates will find little satisfaction here(at least during the day). Those people will have to wait for the temporary and widly overpriced parks that set up on the West side for cinco de mayo and rose festival. The antique carousel is beautiful, (be sure to look for the pair of owls that live up in the roof), and the blend of kiddie rides provides a nice variety of daring for kids of varying ""ride tolerance"". Adults should be careful with the smaller roller coaster in the kiddie area... it'll do a number on your back! Yes, it is sometimes crowded, but you can always take a little break down on the beach, which is almost always empty, and enjoy the nice view of downtown while waving to the passing boats. Finally, an amusement park that is fun without being completely overwhelming. You will see far fewer crying children and advil gulping parents here than at your average park. The only drawback is the entry fee imposed at Oktoberfest. I wish they simply charged extra to enter the ""fest"" area, so people like me, who have no interest in it and just want to enjoy regular park features, didn't have to pay for that dubious event.
4.Sykart Indoor Racing
8205 SW Hunziker St7.74 mi Portland, OR Go KartsAmusement Places & ArcadesRace Tracks
Sykart Indoor Racing Center would like to take the time to introduce ourselves to you and your company. Established in our Tukwila, WA in November of 1999, we opened a new location off Hunziker Rd. in Tigard, OR in 2003. Sykart Indoor Racing Center is an indoor go-kart racing facility providing the very best in walk-in racing, corporate team building events, birthday parties and much more. A regular walk-in heat is comprised of a ten-minute race session with other karts all competing in head to head racing. We also offer Monday night Enduro races, which are 30 minute races where the winner is determined by position, not fast lap time. Sykart also offers you the best in corporate events with our one of a kind karting experience. With our 3, 000 sq ft private lounge, we are able to accommodate large groups as well as small. Several different formats are available to choose from for your event, including our exciting team endurance race. You can have teams race against each other to put in the most laps in the least amount of time or send everyone out for head to head racing to see who's the fastest! No matter what you choose, bragging rights and trophies are on the line. Make you next company event one everyone will remember.
5.Sky High Sports
11131 SW Greenburg Rd7.69 mi Portland, OR Amusement Places & ArcadesSporting Goods
In less than a year they have raised the price 30% and they say it's because the minimum wage went up! Seriously? And unlike Pump it Up even if you're taking a 3 year old the parent has to buy a band. That's 26 dollars an hour! For a toddler to jump!!!!!! No more sky high for us. Pump it up has both a big kids place and one targeted at toddlers and it's 7 bucks and the parent doesn't have to buy too. As it should be! I can't believe it.
6.Ground Kontrol Classic Arcade
511 NW Couch St0.04 mi Portland, OR Amusement Places & ArcadesAmusement Park Rides EquipmentTourist Information & Attractions
Ground Kontrol is an awesome way to spend an evening. Lots of fun on the upstairs pinball floor and a calendar of events with a little something for everyone. No warm n fuzzy service, but staff is nice enough. That's ok, I'm here for Ms.Pac Man anyhow.
3721 SE Ankeny St2.52 mi Portland, OR Amusement Places & ArcadesRecreation CentersSports & Entertainment CentersSporting Goods
We had a 100 person wedding here and we really got terrific service. Rudolf helped out by calling me and keeping me on track with payments and seating arrangements. You can choose your own caterer and have a real do it your self wedding. It did get hot as there is no AC but I expected that in the middle of July. Some people had a tough time finding it but I don't really see how. The parking is extremly limited.
Seems like we hit a network glitch.