Outside of fire season, campfires
are allowed without a permit from DFPA, however, private
landowners may restrict campfires on their property.
If you plan on having a campfire somewhere other than your
property, contact the appropriate landowner to see if they
allow campfires outside of fire season.
During fire season, small, safe campfires
are allowed on one's own private property until
Public Use Restrictions go into effect. It is still
the landowners responsibility to ensure that the campfire
does not spread and may be held liable for fire suppression
costs and / or damages if their campfire escapes.
Once Public Use Restrictions go into
campfires are only allowed in established campfire rings
campgrounds. DFPA’s designated campgrounds include:
Millpond, Rock Creek, Susan
Creek, Tyee, and Scaredman
(click for information on county
Amacher Park, Douglas County Fairgrounds, Pass Creek,
Stanton Park, Chief
Miwaleta, Whistler's Bend.
Feathers RV Resort, Canyonville
Riverfront RV Park & Boat Ramp