Gwynn Oak Park is a park that was the site of a privately owned amusement park, located in the town of Gwynn Oak, just outside the northwest corner of Baltimore, Maryland. The 64 acres (260,000 m2) park is at the corner of Gwynn Oak and Gwyndale Avenues, about a quarter mile off of Liberty Heights Avenue. The amusement park, which existed from 1893 until 1973, was the site of protests against racial segregation due to its whites-only admissions policy. Wikipedia
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