Stage 1 Fire Restrictions are currently in effect for the Bridger-Teton National Forest.
These fire restrictions include:
• Lighting, building, maintaining, attending or using a fire, campfire, barbecue or grill is allowed only at designated sites. Use of portable stoves and lanterns using gas, jellied petroleum or pressurized liquid fuel, or use of a fully enclosed sheepherder type stove with a spark arrester screen is permitted.
• Smoking is allowed only in an enclosed vehicle, building (unless otherwise prohibited), developed recreation site, or while in an area at least three feet in diameter that is barren or cleared of all flammable materials (i.e. parking lots, developed campsites, or locations surrounded by water).
For more information on fire restrictions and a list of designated sites for the Forest visit; TetonFires.com
Fire Restriction Order 07/31/2016
Current Fire Danger is Very High: VERY HIGH Fires start very easily and spread at a very fast rate. Fires start easily from all causes, spread rapidly and intensify quickly. Spot fires are a constant danger. Fires burning in heavy fuels may quickly develop high-intensity characteristics, such as long-distance spotting and fire whirlwinds. Direct attack at the head of such fires is rarely possible after they have been burning more than a few minutes.
**Fireworks are not allowed on any Public Lands**
Winter road closures based on Wyoming Range Snowmobile Maps have ended as of May 1, so most of the district is open, depending on snow levels and mud. Use caution Call the District Office at 307-886-5300 for current information on access.
Summer seasonal road openings are available on the Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUM) and as follows:
- Opening 7/1-9/10: Blind Trail 10334, N. Fork Corral Creek 10426, Fish Creek 10381, Spring Creek 10242
- As of August 18, 2016- North Fork Swift Creek (Trail # 3034) is reported as hazardous for horses due to illegal motorbike damage.
- 7/1-9/10: Squaw-Murphy (50” route) 3183, Telephone Pass 3075
All Greys River Campgrounds and reservable sites are open. Cabins are all accessible and hot water at Cazier Guard Station is now fixed.
CAMPGROUNDS and RENTAL CABINS
The opening of the campgrounds and rental cabins across the Bridger-Teton can be delayed due to weather conditions. Due to the unpredictable nature of the weather, visitors may encounter delayed openings or early closings at the beginning or end of the season. You can check with the Forest if you are making early season or late fall travel plans for the latest information. Cabin rentals can only be done through the www.recreation.gov portal.
Note: There are no reservations taken for any of our campgrounds, they are all on a "first come, first served" basis.
Annually, the Bridger-Teton provides fall color information that visitors can see throughout the area. Colors change annually on the Bridger-Teton from the first of September through the first of November.
The Bridger-Teton National Forest reminds visitors that fireworks are not permitted anywhere on the Forest by a Special Order signed by the Regional Forester.
ONGOING FIRES AND EMERGENCIES:
Current Fire Information
TEMPORARY & LONG-TERM CLOSURES & RESTRICTIONS
There are several regulations that visitors are required to follow while visiting the Bridger-Teton National Forest. These are typically noted by a Special Order or a specific closure. Examples of these include the Bear Food Storage Order or our Winter Closures for wildlife. Visit the Special Orders and temporary closures list to ensure you are complying with regulations.
ANIMAL TRAPPING INFORMATION
Trapping "furbearing animals" and "non-furbearing animals" regulations are strictly enforced year-long in Forest Lands.
WINTER CLOSURE AREA MAPS
Don't Poach the Powder!
Jackson Ranger District:
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