Fire Information and Activity

Fire Updates / Advisories / Restrictions / Closures

 

Updated: July 10, 2015 @ 1:30 p.m.

Visitors to Grand Canyon National Park may notice smoke prior to arriving at the park. The Kaibab National Forest is currently managing several fires as the Jar Complex for resource benefits on the Tusayan Ranger District. To learn more about those fires please visit InciWeb page for the Jar Complex.


Fire danger is currently Moderate on the South Rim and Moderate on the North Rim.


When the fire danger is "moderate" it means that fires can start from most accidental causes, but will spread slowly to moderately.


Please review the year-round fire regulations in place at Grand Canyon:
- Within the park, fires are only allowed in designated campgrounds and may only be ignited in grills or designated fire rings.
- If you are hiking and camping below the rim, cook stoves may be used, but campfires and other open fires are never allowed.
- If you are on a river trip, campfires are only allowed in elevated metal pans, and use of a fire proof blanket under the pan is required.
For information about fire restrictions on other public lands in Arizona and New Mexico call the Southwest Area Fire Restriction Information Line at 877-864-6985.

Visit www.inciweb.nwcg.gov for up-to-date information about any active fire in the region or across the country.


 

During an active fire, more detailed information is available from:

 
 
 

The park's InciWeb site:
http://inciweb.nwcg.gov/unit/313/


InciWeb Twitter site:
https://twitter.com/inciweb

 

Listen to the Weather Forecast for Grand Canyon (NOAA Weather Radio)

 

The fire danger at Grand Canyon National Park is:

 
Fire Danger Rating 125 x 113 px Moderate

South Rim: Moderate

 
Fire Danger Rating 125 x 113 px Moderate



North Rim: Moderate



 
Arizona Emergency Information Network logo

For more fire information in and around Grand Canyon National Park, visit the Arizona Emergency Information Network, the official site for alerts and bulletins on emergencies and disasters in Arizona, including public health and safety advisories, homeland security alerts and disaster relief bulletins.
Also, Arizona Fire News

 
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Learn more about the Fire Management program at Grand Canyon National Park.

View photos of Grand Canyon's Fire and Aviation program.

To view interagency wildland fire photos, click here.

Wildland Fire QUICKLINKS:
National Interagency Coordination Center
NPS Fire & Aviation Management
INCIWEB
National Large Fires Map
Northern Arizona Weather Forecast (NOAA)


 

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