Candy Cane Park - Hatchet Park

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As local legend has it, this festively named park is haunted by the ghost of a woman who was killed in the park several years ago. Reports say she used to haunt a merry-go-round situated in the park, pushing folks off and causing it to spin out of control. Since then, the merry-go-round has been removed, but the ghost is still said to haunt the park benches.

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Geographic Information

Address:
J Ave and 13th St
La Grande, OR
United States

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GPS:
45.320039, -118.08567149999999
County:
Union County, Oregon
Nearest Towns:
La Grande, OR (0.3 mi.)
Island City, OR (2.5 mi.)
Imbler, OR (11.4 mi.)
Summerville, OR (12.3 mi.)
Union, OR (13.2 mi.)
Cove, OR (13.6 mi.)
Elgin, OR (18.8 mi.)
North Powder, OR (21.7 mi.)
Haines, OR (29.1 mi.)
Wallowa, OR (32.1 mi.)

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