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Fire Ban Lifted 10/13/20: Campfires and All Open Flames Allowed at Dumont

UPDATE 10/6/2020

As of October 13th, the open flame fire ban is lifted and fires & BBQs are allowed at Dumont. 

 

Note: Campfire Permits are required for open fires, such as campfire, barbecues and portable stoves on federally controlled lands.  Click here to get your campfire permit online for free. It only takes a couple minutes. Campfire permits are not something that is heavily or usually enforced at Dumont, but technically its the law. Its best to get one just in case. 

 

 

On Oct 13th, Dumont enters the Stage I restriction, allowing campfires and all open flames. 

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Unfortunately they have to blanket the Law.  Some idiot would start a fire and argue whatever wasn't in the blanket...

Idiots ruin it for everyone.....

 

That said, after posting my New SxS pics on FB, my dad informed me that I was breaking the Law (just giving me a hard time, not being serious).

Appareantly all of the Cali forests ranges are of limits for recreational use.

That includes the Toiyabe Forest Region, Mt Charleston is part of that Forest Region 😛 

I thought that was only the Cali portion, he said all of it..  I guess I could have got a ticket for being up there...

 

IrnBear

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20 minutes ago, ElcanAmSon20 said:

Does this mean no fireworks?

 

Uhhh.... fireworks have always been illegal out there. 😄

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Lifting of the fire ban is great news! Thanks for passing this along. Also, it looks like camp fires are still banned when under a Red Flag Warning or Fire Weather Watch. 

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2 hours ago, G4NON said:

Lifting of the fire ban is great news! Thanks for passing this along. Also, it looks like camp fires are still banned when under a Red Flag Warning or Fire Weather Watch. 

 

But there isn't one for Dumont so we're good.  👍

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59 minutes ago, dunefreak said:

 

But there isn't one for Dumont so we're good.  👍

Totally, just wanted to clarify in case Dumont gets a Red Flag or Fire Watch. Personally I have never looked into either for Dumont nor do I know historically if it has ever been given. Thanks again!

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