Potential crowding at Phoenix parks

People trying to escape their house but still practice “social-distancing” are looking to parks and hiking trails for refuge, but it seems everyone else had the same idea. We talked with Inger Erickson, Director of the City of Phoenix Parks, about the potential for crowds at Phoenix parks.

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