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Once we found out that the smallest park in the world is in Portland, we decided that we had to visit while we were in Portland. I wouldn't say that this park should be a destination while you're in Portland, but it's worth a quick...More
Known as the world's smallest park, we thought it would be fun to visit.
The authorities could have made more of it; in truth, it was a circular kerb with a small tree in it. They could have planted a few flowers just to give...More
Thinking it would be fun to visit this tiny landmark with out of town relatives, I sent them into the crosswalk so I could take a photo of them "at the park." But by stopping for a pic, they missed the window for safe crossing,...More
This is, from what I’ve heard, the worlds smallest park. No bigger than a beach ball. It’s a nice place to visit but I wouldn’t want to live here. As it sits in the middle of a crosswalk. Take a quick photo when traffic is...More
This tiny park is in the middle of a crosswalk! It was fun and ‘weird’ but be careful while taking your picture here! We enjoyed the silliness of it and it’s right next to the waterfront park trail. If you’re close by it’s worth a...More
Mill Ends Park’s the final stop on the “Secrets of Portlandia Free Walking Tour” and I highly recommend participating to hear Eric’s (hysterically funny) take. If you can’t make the tour and just want to better understand Portland investigate this Park. Great example of how...More
So, this falls in line with everything weird about Portland. A park in the middle of an intersection that measures some 400+ square inches. It's kind of cute. There is a plaque that explains its origin which is thankfully on the sidewalk and not in...More
I wouldnt fly to Portland to visit this park, but while there it is definitely worth checking out. There are several other items of interest in the area that Mills Ends Park is near. You can view it from several good angles!