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The Worst City Parks for People With Allergies

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15. Bryan Park
> Location: Greensboro, North Carolina
> 5-day avg. pollen count: 53.2 grains per cubic meter

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15. Bays Mountain Park
> Location: Kingsport, Tennessee
> 5-day avg. pollen count: 53.2 grains per cubic meter

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14. Otter Creek Park
> Location: Louisville, Kentucky
> 5-day avg. pollen count: 61.2 grains per cubic meter

13. San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site
> Location: La Porte, Texas
> 5-day avg. pollen count: 66.0 grains per cubic meter

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12. Bell’s Bend Park
> Location: Nashville, Tennessee
> 5-day avg. pollen count: 66.2 grains per cubic meter

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