The smallest park ever



WORLD'S SMALLEST PARK
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What is the world's smallest park?


In 1948 a two foot round hole was dug in Portland, Oregon for the purpose of housing a light pole.

The light pole never came and the hole, visible from  Dick Fagan's office at the the Oregon Journal, irritated Dick Fagan.

Finally Dick went down and planted flowers in the hole and named it 'Mill Ends Park'.

He then invented a leprechaun named Patrick O’Toole and often wrote stories about Patrick's antics in the park.

The world's smallest park, all 452 inē of it, is located at SW Naito Parkway and SW Taylor in downtown Portland.


Mill Ends Park

The smallest park ever

The smallest park ever

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