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Campfire Ban in Effect Across Kaibab National Forest

As of April 22, 2020, a Campfire Ban is in effect across the entire Kaibab National Forest as well as all of the National Forests in Arizona and New Mexico. Fires and campfires are not allowed anywhere on the Kaibab National Forest or other National Forests in the Southwestern Region of the USDA Forest Service. Also prohibited under this ban are charcoal grills and barbecues as well as coal and wood burning stoves. The only exemption to this ban is the use of pressurized liquid or gas fueled devices (stoves, grills, or lanterns).

Kaibab N.F. to offer 2020 firewood season permits by phone starting May 1

The Kaibab National Forest will offer firewood cutting permits for the 2020 season over the phone beginning May 1. Cutting may begin as soon as permits have been received through the mail. Detailed firewood cutting information and maps will be updated throughout the firewood season at http://bit.ly/KNFfuelwood.

Restricted Areas - Closed Developed Recreation Sites in The Southwestern Region

To protect public health and safety, and the health and safety of our employees and volunteers, and reflecting federal and state guidance to limit the spread of COVID-19, developed recreation sites are currently closed and group sizes are limited in other areas. 



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