No Fire Restrictions at County Parks and Recreation
(as of July 11, 2018 at 8 a.m.)
Coconino County Parks and Recreation lifted fire restrictions at county parks and natural areas beginning Wednesday, July 11 at 8 a.m. Thank you to everyone's care and diligence these last six weeks we've been under fire restrictions.
What does responsible recreation mean?
Be fire wise! Check out the latest info on local fire restrictions, whether on county lands or national forests, and plan to recreate responsibly. Respecting fire restrictions saves lives and precious assets. You can read more about and practice the Seven Principles of Leave No Trace, too.
Read below for more information on Levels 1-3 Fire Restrictions at Coconino County Parks and Recreation.
|Level 1 Fire Restrictions at Coconino County Parks and Recreation|
|Camping only in designated campground||Campfires|
|Liquid gas stoves are permitted only on improved surfaces.||Charcoal/wood grills|
|Smoking during events in designated areas only||Smoking outdoors|
|Smoking in enclosed vehicle||Chainsaws and other small motorized equipment|
|Vehicle parking on improved parking areas||Vehicle parking on grassy and forested areas|
|Level 2 Fire Restrictions at Coconino County Parks and Recreation|
|Vehicle parking only on improved gravel or cinder parking areas||Camping|
|Previously scheduled events to be approved by Department at least one week prior to event||Campfires or barbecue grills|
|Picnic areas closed|
|Trails are closed|
|Vehicle parking on grassy and forested areas|
|No events within unimproved areas of the park|
|Chainsaws and other motorized equipment|
|Level 3 Fire Restrictions at Coconino County Parks and Recreation|
|Parks and natural areas will be closed to public use.|