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BWCAW campfire restrictions lifted

As of midnight, June 25, current restrictions on campfires in the Superior National Forest will be lifted. This means that campfires will be allowed at any time of the day within steel fire grates at designated campsites both inside and outside o...

As of midnight, June 25, current restrictions on campfires in the Superior National Forest will be lifted. This means that campfires will be allowed at any time of the day within steel fire grates at designated campsites both inside and outside of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
As always, visitors are encouraged to use a camp stove, but if a campfire is preferred, follow these simple guidelines: Keep it small. Be sure the campfire is completely extinguished before you leave. Pour water on the campfire and stir until it is cold to the touch.
Please be responsible with all campfires.
Visitors are asked to be aware that fire restrictions may again be implemented if conditions change.

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