Mill Ends Park
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Mill Ends Park information
Having the largest park (Forest Park) within city limits perhaps isn't an oddity, but having the smallest one might be. Mill Ends Park – located on the median strip at SW Naito Parkway and Taylor St – is a circle of green 24in in diameter (it's the reputed home of leprechauns).