52.3 F
  • Loading stock data...

Campground Fires Banned Due To Extreme Dry Conditions

Dry conditions are making for a very dangerous fire risk County wide. All backcountry campfires have now been banned, including campground fire rings, until further notice, according to campground officials. “The year 2021 has turned out to be a dryer-than-usual year.”

Any one smoking a cigarette in the woods or backcountry in the Parks, which includes any off-road trails, is also prohibited due to the natural flammable material all around.

Campground rangers have placed marker flags even in the well-established fire rings, cautioning would-be campers from using the banned fire rings until further notice.

Fireworks are also frowned upon in any backcountry and campgrounds and one can be fined and or jailed for violations of the campground and park rules. The Park County Commissioners recently issued a fireworks ban to go into effect on July 5th 2021.

Wyoming News Syndicated
Wyoming News Syndicated
We provide the most accurate local Wyoming news from reputable sources. We've teamed up with some of our region's top journalists and researchers to deliver your desired news. In addition to our news, we provide insights and opinions from some of Wyoming's top brains.

Related Articles


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest Articles

Casper Police Welcomes New PIO Officer Jessica Ostrander

Public Information Officer (PIO), Jessica Ostrander.Jessica grew up in a small town in Wyoming. She attended the University of Wyoming in Laramie for her...