To visit the smallest city park in the world, head to the middle of the intersection at Naito Parkway and SW Taylor St. in Portland. Right now it features a conifer resembling Charlie Brown's Christmas tree.
According to the Portland parks department, contributions to the park over the years have included a small swimming pool and diving board for butterflies and a miniature Ferris wheel. The park was created by Dick Fagan of the Oregon Journal, whose office overlooked a hole in the median of the street that is now Naito. He decided to plant flowers in the hole, which was supposed to house a light pole. The space was dedicated as a park named after Fagan’s popular column “Mill Ends” in 1948.