Recreation
Advocacy
History
Environment
Through advocacy and collaboration, Friends of Gwynns Falls/Leakin Park, Inc. assures the restoration and maintenance of the Gwynns Falls/Leakin Park as an historic area and healthy urban wilderness in Baltimore City for the experience, learning and enjoyment of all. In protecting the park we strive to balance advocacy, recreation, history, and environment.

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Events and Announcements
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 TUESDAY A.M. WORK CREW
Every Tuesday until Jan 1, 2015
 Weather permitting
Meet at 1920 Eagle Drive, 21207
Help with various park projects
Clearing, pruning, trail inspections, etc.
For more information and directions 410-566-2230
 
 Carrie Murray Nature Center
See dates and times below
 Ridgetop Road, off Windsor Mill Rd. 21207
Open for drop-in visits Monday Saturday
Birthday parties can be booked
Animal presentations
Check website for information: http://www.carriemurraynaturecenter.org/
 
 Orianda House circa 1850s
Weekdays 8:30-3:00pm; Saturday 10:00-3:00pm
 History tour and drop in visits Monday Friday
Weekdays 8:30-3:00pm; Saturday 10:00-3:00pm
Available for rental
Call 410-299-7613 for info and appointment
 
 Gentle Walk
Every Thursday 9:00am-10:00am
 Meet at Winans Meadow parking lot
4500 Franklintown Road 21207
Explore Gwynns Falls Trail and woodland trails
Experience guide
For info call 410-945-0586
 
 Gwynns Falls Bike/Walking Trail
Daily
 15 miles from I-70 to Inner Harbor or Harbor Hospital
Access at I-70 Park and Ride Trailhead #1
Access at Winans Meadow Trailhead #2
Access at Windsor Mill Rd. Trailhead #3
 
 Annual Holiday Open House
Saturday, December 13, 2014, 5:00 - 9:00pm
 Historic Orianda House
1901 Eagle Drive, off Windsor Rill Road, 21207
All floors decorated for the season
Carlisle Hashim, guest speaker
Topic Oysters in Baltimore