Chipper’s Woods at Oaks Park

Conveniently or inconveniently located inside Oaks Amusement Park (depending on how you look at it), Chipper's Woods is a perfectly decent outdoor mini-golf course, and the closest to the city center.

1
hour of fun

Open

Open during spring break and then weekends from then until the end of May, then daily June through Labour Day, and then weekends only again in September.

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Pros

  • Eighteen holes of the more traditional (rather than novelty) variety.
  • The closest outdoor mini-golf course to downtown.

Cons

  • Oaks Park opening hours e.g. Summer and Spring/Fall weekends.
  • Given its location, visiting the course alone might prove to be a complex negotiation.
  • At $6/round for anyone over 5, it’s not great value.

in the area

It’s literally inside Oaks Amusement Park. Sellwood Park and Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge are next door.

if you like this…

It’s reminiscent in style to Eagle Landing, which has two (longer, plusher) courses and more of a golf-club feel.

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First posted: September 3, 2013; last updated: July 25, 2017.

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A photograph taken at Chipper's Woods at Oaks Park
A photograph taken at Chipper's Woods at Oaks Park
A photograph taken at Chipper's Woods at Oaks Park

7805 Southeast Oaks Park Way, Portland, OR 97202 [Google map].

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