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 Douglas Forest Protective Association

DFPA APPROVED CAMPGROUNDS

Open fires, including campfires, debris burn piles, incinerators, charcoal fires and warming fires are prohibited under DFPA's Regulated Use Closure. When a Regulated Use Closure goes into effect, these types of fires are no longer allowed on all DFPA protected lands. Campfires are allowed in DFPA approved campgrounds (see list below). Liquefied bottled fuels are allowed (propane barbecues).

 

Bureau of Land Management

Cavitt Creek  Eagle View  Lone Pine  Millpond  Rock Creek 

 Susan Creek   Tyee

Douglas County (click for information on county parks)

Amacher Park,  Douglas County Fairgrounds,  Pass Creek,

Stanton Park,  Chief Miwaleta, Whistler's Bend.

Putting Out Your Campfire

1)  Drown the fire with water.

2)  Stir the coals with a shovel.

3) Drown the fire with water a second time.

4)  Separate the wood with a shovel, while keeping it in the fire pit area.

 

NEVER LEAVE ANY CAMPFIRE UNATTENDED.  PUT ALL FIRES OUT BEFORE LEAVING THE CAMPSITE OR RETIRING FOR THE NIGHT.