Take a spin around over a dozen parks and green spaces along historic York Road in Baltimore, MD. These green spaces provide access to trees, playgrounds, garden plots, and allow people to gather or find individual respite in the beauty of nature. They also are part of the rich history of the area, which was the site of the former Govanstown village and agricultural land into the 1950s before it was developed into the residential neighborhoods that exist here today. Previously, it was the homelands of several Indigenous peoples, including the Piscataway and the Susquehannock. This tour was created by students at Loyola University Maryland. We hope you enjoy visiting these green spaces.
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