Oaks Amusement Park and Multnomah County Fair: A Perfect Partnership
For over a hundred years, Oaks Amusement Park has drawn crowds to its diverse attraction offerings. A great place to visit year-round, the park offers fun for the whole family indoors and outdoors.
During the fair, the unique elements of both the park and the fair combine for a memorable weekend of celebration, food, and fun! Make sure not to miss any of the activities, attractions, and contests at this year's fair!
Oaks Parks has unveiled a new roller coaster! Adrenaline Peak will be open during the Fair. Find out more here.
Dog parade and costume day
Dog Day at Multnomah County Fair is on Saturday, May 25th 12:00AM - 5:00PM
Prizes are awarded for the best themed costume!
Sign up here!
Noah of Howling Creek Defense, who is a professional dog trainer, will be demonstrating the capabilities of some of his well disciplined canines. Noah is a certified master trainer and has builds both working police canines and working military dogs after critical initial selection exclusively from Germany and Czech Republic. For the last 15 years, Noah has trained world champions for IPO / Schutzhund, and occasionally breeds pedigree European working-line German Shepherds for law enforcement or personal protection.
Noah believes in strengthening relationships between handler and dog by building a baseline communication system that both can understand. Noah's work focuses internationally with the larger clubs, but also here in the United States. A cyber defense contractor by trade, but a dog trainer specializing in aggression rehabilitation is his passion. Noah often works with wolves and aggressive canines to restructure their minds through board and train programs to enhance relationships with their people while making a happier canine.
BUGs Galore and more
U.S. Army Military Vehicle Display
Dodge WC 52 Truck, Cargo, ¾ Ton, 4X4 (1942-1945)
Provided by Dan Radke
Ford GPW, 1⁄4 Ton 4X4 Utility Truck (Jeep) Provided by Benje Standley
1952 Willys M38 Korean War Jeep Provided by Rowdie Tamblyn