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    Saguaro

    National Park Arizona

Fire Updates

  • Campfires are permitted only in picnic areas where fire grates are provided. Fires must never be left unattended and must be completely extinguished upon departure. If it's too hot to touch, it's too hot to leave! Stir, drown, and repeat until cold.
  • If you smoke, please practice Leave No Trace principles by packing out cigarette butts.
  • Use and possession of fireworks if prohibited year-round.

Tips for Enjoying the Outdoors Safely During Fire Season

Saguaro National Park 24-hr Fire Info Hotline (recorded message): (520) 733-5150

News Releases

@NPSFireSW Twitter Updates

AZ Fire Information and Restrictions

@wildlandfireAZ Twitter List with #AZFire Updates

Inciweb Updates for Large Fires in Arizona

Maps & Wildland Fire Data in Google Earth

Frequently Asked Questions

Saguaro National Park Fire Management

Did You Know?

Saguaro Blossoms

The saguaro blossom is the state flower of Arizona. In early summer, the Tohono O’odham people come to Saguaro National Park to harvest the saguaro fruit.