Fire-related restrictions and closures

07/05/2018

July 16, 2018

Fire season has officially started, and you can help #KeepOregonGreen by following posted campfire restrictions and bans. Conditions and situations change quickly, so please check with the park you're staying at for new or additional restrictions. Updated information is also available by phone M-F, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. at 800-551-6949.

Current restrictions and closures

North Coast

No restrictions at this time.

Central Coast

No restrictions at this time

South Coast

Bandon State Natural Area -- no fires on the beach
Bullards Beach State Park -- no fires on the beach
Cape Sebastion State Scenic Corridor -- no fires on the beach
Crissey Field State Recreation Site -- no fires on the beach
Face Rock State Scenic Viewpoint -- no fires on the beach
Harris Beach State Park -- no fires on the beach
McVay Rock State Recreation Site -- no fires on the beach
Pistol River State Park -- no fires on the beach
Samuel Boardman State Scenic Corridor -- no fires on the beach
Seven Devils State Recreation Site -- no fires on the beach
Winchuck State Park -- no fires on the beach
 

Portland Metro Area and Columbia River Gorge

Ainsworth State Park -- no campfires; portable stoves using liquid fuels are allowed.
Memaloose State Park -- no campfires; portable stoves using liquid fuels are allowed.
Viento State Park -- no campfires.

Willamette Valley

There is a small fire near the eastern boundary of Silver Falls State Park. Back country trails in the area are closed. The Youth Camp, Ranches, Howard Creek Horse Camp, Howard Creek Day-use area, and 214 Trailhead are also all closed. All other areas in the park are open and park events are proceeding as usual. State and local fire crews are responding with aircraft and people on the ground and they are making progress. Conditions can change quickly, watch for updates here.

Southern Oregon

Collier Memorial State Park -- no campfires; portable stoves using liquid fuels are allowed.
Goose Lake State Recreation Area -- no campfires; portable stoves using liquid fuels are allowed.
Jackson F. Kimball State Recreation Site -- no campfires; portable stoves using liquid fuels are allowed.

Central Oregon

Cottonwood Canyon State Park -- no campfires, tiki torches; charcoal briquettes OK inside of designated fire rings, as well as propane grills. Propane fire rings OK when placed inside existing campsite fire rings.
Deschutes River State Recreation Area -- no campfires; charcoal briquettes allowed in campsite fire rings. Propane cook stoves and propane fire rings allowed.
LaPine State Park -- no campfires, including wood, charcoal or any other solid fuels. Devices using liquid fuels are allowed.
Prineville State Park -- no campfires, tiki torches, or charcoal grills in the undeveloped campsites surrounding the park. This includes all campsites on North Road, Roberts Bay and Juniper Point. Propane stoves are allowed for cooking. Campfires are allowed in both the main campground and Jasper Point.

Eastern Oregon

Lake Owyhee State Park -- no campfires or charcoal briquettes at Indian Creek Campground. Campfires less than 24 inches high allowed at McCormack Campground.

Succor Creek State Natural Area -- no campfires or charcoal briquettes.

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