Jantzen Beach Amusement Park was a popular amusement park from 1928 to 1970 in Portland, Oregon, on Hayden Island in the middle of the Columbia River. "The Coney Island of the West" opened on May 26, 1928 as the largest amusement park in the nation, covering over 123 acres (0.50 km2) at the northern tip of Portland.
Other articles related to "jantzen beach":
... The east end of the island, often called Jantzen Beach, has highly developed retail areas near the freeway, hotels, offices, manufactured home communities, and condominium complexes ... Jantzen Beach, the last operating amusement park, closed in 1970 ... The Jantzen Beach Shopping Center and many hotels populate this part of the island ...
... Jantzen Beach SuperCenter is a shopping mall located in Portland, Oregon on Hayden Island in the Columbia River ... Opened in 1972 as Jantzen Beach Mall, it was largely torn down in 1995 for big box development ...
... Picnic grounds Two robot circus criers, "Laffing Sal" and "Joe Barker" Venetian Canal ride Jantzen Beach Railway Fun House Elbow Room Restaurant Midway ...
... Jantzen Beach Mall opened September 28, 1972 on the site of the former Jantzen Beach Amusement Park which operated from 1928 to 1970 ... In 1995, MBK Northwest acquired Jantzen Beach Center for about $18 million ... and expanded the center to 800,000 square feet (74,000 m2) as well giving it the name of Jantzen Beach SuperCenter ...
Famous quotes containing the word beach:
“The beach was crowded,
people tossed like ripe corn,
buttering themselves as they went
and on the dunes thousands of crabs,
moved their yellow eyes.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)