ⓘ Gypsy Hill Park

                                     

ⓘ Gypsy Hill Park

Gypsy Hill Park is a recreational park situated in the center of Staunton, Virginia, United States, where Churchville Avenue and Thornrose Avenue intersect. The park contains various public services and attractions, including football and baseball fields, the Thomas D. Howie Memorial National Guard Armory, a large bandstand pavilion, a golf course, a basketball court, a gym, and the central duck pond equipped with food dispensers, allowing visitors to feed the ducks and fish. Throughout the park are picnic tables, grills and covered pavilions. Constitution Drive, an almost 1 ⁄ 2 -mile-long road, runs through the park and is often used as a walking and bike path by visitors.

The miniature train, the Gypsy Express, began in 1958. Train running passengers from may to October. The ticket costs one dollar.

Currently, the train is run by volunteers. Unique Gypsy Express is a comfortable car access, designed and built by volunteers for riders with disabilities. The documentary tells the story of the train.

                                     
  • The Gypsy Hill killings were a group of five homicides of young women and girls in San Mateo County, California during early 1976. The killer became known
  • The Gypsy Cob, also known as the Traditional Gypsy cob, Irish Cob, Gypsy Horse or Gypsy Vanner, is a type or breed of domestic horse from the island of
  • diary that his wife had visited the gypsies at Lambeth they may well have been located in this area. Gipsy Hill is also a geographical expression for
  • World s Fair in Chicago. The band has a bandstand in Gypsy Hill Park The band performed in Gypsy Hill Park for Arbor Day, 1889. The earliest records list fourteen
  • the Gypsies old camping ground. Rudge reports that in 1960 Jane Badger, who lived near Black Patch, got into conversation while walking by the Park with
  • from New Orleans who was killed by his female elephant, Gypsy While on route to Valdosta, Gypsy became extremely agitated. At a train stop six miles away
  • early and mid - 1900s, Cherry Hill was home to an encampment of Roma Gypsies of Romanian descent. The Roma settled in Cherry Hill because it was undeveloped
  • Gypsy Rose Lee born Rose Louise Hovick, January 8, 1911 April 26, 1970 was an American burlesque entertainer and vedette famous for her striptease
  • Allegany State Park These cabins are: Weller s 13, 15, and 22: Pinetree s 1 through 4: Ranger 4: Ward 6: Brow s 3, 7 and 11: Gypsy s 6, 12, 13
  • an extermination program against Jews, Gypsies and other groups considered deviant by the Nazi party. The park contains a large number of hiking and cycling