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Contact: Joelle Baird, 928-606-3154GRAND CANYON, Ariz. –Due to warm and dry weather conditions and increasing fire danger, Grand Canyon National Park will implement Stage 2 fire restrictions for the South Rim, North Rim and Inner Canyon beginning at 8 a.m. on Friday, June 11, 2021.
The restriction encompasses the entire park including all campgrounds, residential areas, backcountry sites, and developed recreation sites including: Phantom Ranch, Cottonwood Campground, Indian Garden Campground and the Colorado River corridor.
Stage 2 fire restrictions will be in effect Friday that prohibit the following:
- All wood burning and charcoal fires, including campfires, warming fires, and charcoal barbeques are prohibited. The use of liquid petroleum or LPG fueled devices that can be turned on and off, such as stoves, lanterns, or heating devices are allowed if used in an area that is barren or cleared of all flammable materials within 3 feet of the device. This prohibition does not apply to the use of any type of fire for the purposes of lighting charcoal for cooking within the Colorado River corridor shoreline.
- Outdoor smoking, except as specifically exempted within an enclosed vehicle.
- Using explosives or any incendiary device; fireworks are always prohibited on public lands.
Visitors should recreate responsibly use extra caution recreating on public lands when fire danger is increased. Firefighter and public safety remain the highest priority during wildfire season.
For the latest fire information in Grand Canyon National Park, please visit our website at https://www.nps.gov/grca/learn/management/fire_info.htm.
To learn more about fire restrictions on other public lands in Arizona please call the Southwest Area Fire Restriction Information Line at 877-864-6985 or visit http://wildlandfire.az.gov.
Last updated: June 10, 2021