Parks, golf reopen in WA as some virus restrictions ease

SEATTLE (AP) — More than 100 state parks, trails and boating sites across Washington state reopened Tuesday as some coronavirus restrictions were eased. Parks that open will be limited to daytime use only and the number of parking spaces will be reduced at some urban parks to discourage crowding. The parks have been closed more than a month and are being re-opened under the first phase of the Gov. Jay Inslee’s plan to ease rules imposed to prevent the spread of the virus.