|Cream City Amusement Park Entrance.|
|Bird's Eye View of Cream City Park.|
There is little known about the rides and game attractions, but an advertisement in "Amusement Business Billboard Publications: gives some hint. It wasn’t unusual for parks to seek independent concessionaires because only large well financed parks owned all their own rides and concessions. Cream City sported an Old Mill, Merry-Go-round, Roller Coaster, Circular swing, Cave of the Winds, Billiard and Pool Hall, Illusion Shows, Pony Track, Skating Rink, a Ferris Wheel, An Electric Theater, Penny Arcade, Gypsy Camp, Katzenjammer Castle, Photo Gallery, Shooting Gallery and Japanese Tea Garden.
Compiled by Neil Gale, Ph.D.
Looks like the site of Cermak Pool. I remember swimming at Cermak Pool. It cost a dime to get in! The water in the Quarry was crystal clear, beautiful!!ReplyDelete