Coconino, Kaibab National Forests To Re-Enter Stage One Fire Restrictions Friday

The Coconino and Kaibab national forests will head back into Stage One fire restrictions Friday morning. They will join Prescott National Forest, who will also go into fire restrictions again this week. Under the restrictions, fires, campfires, charcoal, coal and wood stoves are prohibited, except within a developed recreation site. Smoking is also prohibited, except […]

U.S. Forest Services Bans All Campfires In Arizona Through June 30th

The U.S. Forest Service has banned all campfires in Arizona through the end of June. The order prohibits the “igniting, building, maintaining, attending or using a fire, including charcoal grills and barbecues, as well as coal and wood burning stoves” in all six National Forests in the state. Campers or visitors to the forest can […]

Multiple Abandoned Campfires In The Kaibab National Forest Lead To Repeat Warnings

Crews on the Kaibab National Forest came across multiple abandoned campfires over the weekend. Campfires are prohibited in every national forest in Arizona. Forest officials remind the public of the ban and that early fire restrictions help reduce the number of fire starts and reduce risks to firefighters health through limited exposure. If you are […]

Coconino National Forest Updates Order To Prohibit Camping And Campfires In Areas Near Flagstaff

The Coconino National Forest announced Friday it is prohibiting camping and campfires in the forest around Flagstaff and surrounding communities. Forest Service personnel will begin placing signs that read “No Campfires or Camping” in and around restricted areas to remind the public of the order. Forest officials say prohibiting campfires, and sometimes camping, within these […]