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Contact: Ed Waldron, (541)594-3062
Contact: Marsha McCabe
CRATER LAKE, OREGON – With the increased fire danger and above normal significant wildland fire potential throughout the region, Crater Lake National Park is implementing fire restrictions effective at 12:01AM on Wednesday, June 30, 2021.
To ensure public safety and to provide the highest degree of protection to park resources, the following restrictions will be in place until further notice:
Wood fires and charcoal fires are permitted only within established grills or fire rings, or portable self-contained grills, in the following designated areas:
Park residential areas
Gasoline and propane camp stoves and gas grills are permitted in campgrounds, picnic areas, backcountry areas, and residential areas.
Smoking is permitted only in the following areas:
In vehicles, provided that an ashtray is used for ashes and butts.
While stopped in an area at least three feet in diameter that is barren or free of all flammable materials. Ashes and butts must be disposed of safely and may not be discarded on the ground.
Fireworks are prohibited in the park at all times.
These restrictions are implemented pursuant to the authority described in 36 Code of Federal Regulations 2.13(c), 2.21(a) and 2.38 (b). Our goal is voluntary compliance; however, persons who fail to comply with these restrictions may be cited or arrested. Thank you for doing your part to prevent wildfires. Please visit https://www.doi.gov/blog/10-tips-prevent-wildfires for some additional wildfire prevention tips.
Last updated: June 29, 2021