However, another very persistent legend locates a Midgetville in San Midget town merrick. It was about Moran and Sceurman don't go into much detail about the San Diego Midgetville, but I realized that I had heard this legend before my wife had also heard it. Lets just say look for the tree the shows the fork in the road. Many years ago it was a triving tiny community and I still see them busy in their little village The place isnt mystic drive You can dig and search all you midget town merrick, but you wont find it.
Chris and I have been hearing these strange tales of 'Tiny Towns' in the This area of houses is just northeast of Camp and Merrick avenues. NORTH MERRICK - THE houses are so small, residents say, some visitors ask But Methodists, not elves, are the reason for Tiny Town. Tiny Town, as it is now referred to, had started as a campground for In , 60 acres of North Merrick were purchased by the Long Island.
I lived not even a half a mile away from the place. There like a maze but if you wander them enough you will find exactley what your looking for. It's certainly not anything that would catch your attention if you weren't specifically looking for it since it's really not that small, which made the trip a bit disappointing. It was no problem finding Hillside Drive, but as it turns out Hillside Drive is fairly long. Midgetville refers to the legend of a town consisting of scaled-down houses built for little people. I hear that these houses were not to be rented, but rather, were to be donated to the little people. Ignoring the 'No Trespassing' sign even though part of the legend of Midgetville is that the midgets who live there fiercely defend their land from the Bigs , I peeked through the window and saw the cobblestone-like tiled floors and a little round fireplace.
Made up of concentric circles, Merrick's "Tiny Town" is both historic and impressive. Located north of Sunrise Highway just off of Merrick Avenue. Chris and I have been hearing these strange tales of 'Tiny Towns' in the This area of houses is just northeast of Camp and Merrick avenues. Tiny Town, as it is now referred to, had started as a campground for In , 60 acres of North Merrick were purchased by the Long Island.