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Stage 1 Fire Restrictions. What does it mean?
1. You cannot build (or attend) a campfire, except for in permanent fire pits within development Forest Service camps.
Details: You cannot build, maintain, attend, or use a fire, campfire, or stove fire. This includes charcoal barbecues and grills. Note: don’t miss the word “attend”. Whether you started the campfire or not is irrelevant. You CAN be held accountable if you are in observance of a campfire and don’t take actions to extinguish it.
Exception: Fires are allowed in constructed; permanent fire pits or fire grates within developed Forest Service camp and picnic grounds or recreation sites and petroleum-fueled stoves, lanterns or eating devices that meet the factor underwriter’s specifications for safety. Fires that are maintained or attended within a device that has a spark arrestor or where the fire is fully enclosed within a screen at all times is allowed. If you’re uncertain whether or not you are using an approved Forest Service camp, error on the side of caution and go without a campfire.
2. You cannot smoke in wilderness areas.
Details: Smoking is prohibited except in an enclosed vehicle or building, a developed recreation site, or while stopped in an area three feet in diameter that is barren or cleared of all flammable material.
3. You cannot operate or use any internal combustion engine without spark arresting device properly installed, maintained and in effective working order.
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