Gwynn Oak Park

Gwynn Oak Avenue & Gwynndale Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland, USA

Defunct, Operated from ? to 1972

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Defunct Roller Coasters (4)

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Notes:It's presumed Gwynn Oak Park had two different Wild Mouse roller coasters.  Information on the first mouse is based upon sales reports in Billboard Magazine stating that  Eric Wedemeyer sold a German Wilde Maus to Gwynn Oak Park.  The second Wild Mouse's information is based on the Maryland Historical Society having collected a mouse figure said to have come from the Gwynn Oak Park Wild Mouse.  This figure is the same figure often found over the entrance and exit of Ben Schiff Wild Mouse rides.  Supporting this is a photo said to be of Gwynn Oak Park shows a Schiff Wild Mouse.  It's also presumed that the German ride was the original and the Schiff unit survived until the park was shutdown by Hurricane Agnes in 1972

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