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The city's crime rate is still among the highest in the nation. In 2011, Camden ranked as one of America's most dangerous cities with a population of at least 67,000 and was ranked as "America's Most Dangerous City" by CQ Press for four consecutive years (2009–2012).Camden has been nicknamed a "City of Trees" due to its large number of trees lining the streets in many neighborhoods. The city also has more than 150 parks and playgrounds that are scattered throughout every part of town. Over 30%of Camden residents have access to green space within 500 feet from their homes or businesses; this makes it easier for people who live far away from parks or other recreational areas to enjoy them on foot or bike without having to drive there first. As an example, there are three public tennis courts located near Cooper University Hospital which serve employees during lunchtime hours; these facilities would be inaccessible if not for their proximity to nearby green space such as Campbell Square Park (located directly across the street) and Rutgers Gardens (a few blocks south).