The Paducah Holy Ground is in Noble Park. It is marked by the largest, oldest tree in the park near a restroom.
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The St. Louis Holy Ground is in Forest Park. It is located near a large circular concrete pad, just north of the art museum, overlooking a man-made pond.
The Kansas City Holy Ground is in City Park. It is located on top of a hill overlooking an industrial park and train yards. The Holy Ground is marked by two trees with branches that have grown into each other.
The Oklahoma City Holy Ground is in Lincoln Park. It is located in a field near a picnic area and parking lot. The original tree marking the location is gone.
The Dallas Holy Ground is in White Rock Lake Park. It is located about 75 yards from the shore of the lake. The Holy Ground is marked by a small-leaf elm tree that lies north of a small parking lot and picnic area.
The Albuquerque Holy Ground is in Roosevelt Park. It is located adjacent to Central New Mexico Community College. The Holy Ground is marked by a tree near the top of a hill west of several college buildings.
The Phoenix Holy Ground was originally in Canto Park but its location became unknown. It was re-dedicated in Tempe, Arizona near the Tempe Campus of Arizona State University. The new Holy Ground is marked by an Aleppo pine tree in a grassy area between the University Club, the Old Main, and Piper Writers’ house.
The Las Vegas Holy Ground was originally in Lions Memorial Park. It is now covered by the Grant Sawyer Office Building at 555 E. Washington Ave.
The Death Valley Holy Ground is in Death Valley National Park. It is located in the lowest area of a salt flat, approximately four miles from Badwater.
The Mt. Whitney Holy Ground is on Mt. Whitney, the tallest mountain in the contiguous 48 states. It is located near the entrance to the peak at approximately 9,000 feet above sea level. The Holy Ground is marked by a grove of pine trees.