(CBS4) – A stay-at-home order didn’t deter Coloradans from parks and trails on Sunday. Crowds of people were seen in Cheeseman Park in Denver.
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Deer Creek Canyon Park is overflowing. Stay close to home Colorado! You can’t tell but we are smiling when you give us 6 ft and when we see you wear your mask too! #DoingMyPartCO #jeffcotrails pic.twitter.com/ucahA0zOko
— Ranger Alicia (@RangerAlicia19) April 5, 2020
Sheriff’s deputies were in those parking lots trying to prevent overcrowding.
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Thank you @jeffcosheriffco for helping @JeffcoOpenSpace monitor crowding @ our parking lots. If you elect to arrive between 10AM & 2PM, you are part of the crowding problem. Be safe & healthy. Avoid crowds. If the lot is full, move on. pic.twitter.com/ZiMEyxlRQY
— Mary Ann (@JCOSRanger1) April 5, 2020
“If you elect to arrive between 10 a.m. & 2 p.m., you are part of the crowding problem. If the lot is full, move on,” a park ranger tweeted.