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Arizona is one of the most arid regions in the world. Every year forest fires devestate thousands of acres of pristine forests throughout the state. Many of the fires are caused by humans who believe that the campfire they enjoyed was put out. Thus, almost every year, there is a forest closure or a ban on any open flame in most of the campgrounds statewide. The following links below can keep you up to date on Fire Information across Arizona  

The above site has county and Forest Service specific fire restrictions This is the best source for up to date info on fire restrictions

Tonto National Forest

Coconino National Forest

Apache and Sitgreaves National Forests

Kaibab National Forest

Prescott National Forest

Coronado National Forest

The above site has links and maps of active fires.



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