Picnic Tables & Spaces
Oaks Park offers first come, first served picnic tables along the waterfront for our guests to enjoy free of charge. All other picnic/event spaces are available for a fee, with advanced reservations. A limited number of walk-in reserved picnic spaces may be available for rent on a first come, first served basis; inquire at our Guest Services counter near the main gate. Charcoal must be disposed of in an appropriate receptacle; see Oaks Park staff for dump location.
Lost & Found
Check for lost items at our Guest Services counter, located near the main gate.
Lockers are located on the midway near the Looping Thunder Roller Coaster, Disk’O, Scream’n Eagle, and near the front doors of the roller skating rink. Lockers within the rink are for use by skating rink patrons only.
Baby on Board
Strollers are available to rent from our Guest Services counter, located near the main gate. Baby changing stations are available in most restrooms. Nursing mothers, please inquire about privacy options at the Guest Services counter near the main gate.
Dogs are welcome when leashed, and must be attended at all times; no other animals are allowed except trained service animals. Care and clean-up is the responsibility of the handler. For everyone's safety, pets are not permitted on rides.
Meeting Place & Lost Children
Oaks Park does not offer personal paging. We recommend all members of your group know a meeting place should you become separated. Lost children will be kept with an Oaks Park employee.
Credit Cards & ATMs
ATMs are located in the midway food stand seating area near the main gate, and in the lobby of the roller skating rink. Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express are gladly accepted.
Smoking is only permitted in picnic areas and parking lots. Smoking is prohibited on the midway, in the roller rink, and in rest rooms. Your courtesy is appreciated.
Alcohol, Fireworks, and Weapons
Fireworks, weapons,and personal alcoholic beverages are prohibited on Oaks Park property.
Behavior and Dress Standards
Oaks Park maintains dress and behavior standards in accordance with the park's family atmosphere.
Line jumping is not allowed. Line jumping is defined as cutting in front of other guests waiting in line, leaving a line, then trying to re-enter the line at the same point, or saving a place for someone.
Strollers are available to rent from our Guest Services counter, located near the main gate.
For your safety and enjoyment, and respect of other skaters, please familiarize yourself with our skating rules. These rules are enforced by our staff for everyone's safety and to help all of our guests enjoy their time at Oaks Park Roller Rink.
All customers are expected to dress in an appropriate manner; public school guidelines apply. For safety, hats, headgear, head sets, Bluetooth, and sunglasses may not be worn while roller skating, This also extends to loose items (for example; shoes, cell phones, video cameras, stuffed animals, food, or beverages). Loose clothing draped or tied around your neck or waist cannot be taken on the skating floor.
Jumping, fast or reckless skating, weaving, zigzagging, practicing roller derby moves through traffic, pushing, shoving, racing, chasing, and playing tag are prohibited on the skating floor or in the lobbies.
Sitting on laps or showing excessive affection will not be allowed. No offensive language or gestures are acceptable.
No "in and out" privileges or loitering around the building is permitted.
Skates may not to be worn into, or out of, the building. Adults accompanying children may enter as a spectators at no charge. Friday and Saturday evening everyone in the building are required to be wear skates except parents, group leaders, or guardians.
Please keep moving on the skating floor. Please do not stand and chat along the walls, or eat and drink over the walls.
Do not pick up and/or carry anyone while you are wearing skates. You must wear skates to be on the skating floor except during Preschool Play & Skate, or if you have special permission from the Rink Manager.
Sitting on or jumping over the walls not allowed.
All food and drink must stay in the snack bar.
Outside food and drink are not allowed, unless prearranged with a rink manager.
No gum is allowed in the building.
No alcoholic beverages/drugs, or anyone under the influence, will be allowed in the building.
Questions? Please call 503-233-5777.