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USFS Reduces fire restrictions for the San Bernardino National Forest

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SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. — Recent and incoming winter weather has prompted officials with San Bernardino National Forest to reduce fire restrictions beginning Wed., Dec. 5, 2018. The new restrictions mean:

• Campfires will again be allowed at all U.S. Forest Service campgrounds on the forest. Most of them, however, are currently closed for the winter season, but fires at yellow-post sites (semi-developed campsites) are now allowed where a Forest Service-provided fire ring is present. Campfires outside official fire rings are not allowed on the San Bernardino National Forest under these restrictions.

• Target shooting will also be allowed at designated areas. Visitors participating in this activity must check the daily fire danger rating at 909-383-2997 and listen for the area they plan to shoot within. They must use the correct types of firearms, ammunition and targets and pick up all targets, casings and any other trash before leaving. Target shooting information can be found on the forest’s target shooting guide.

See attached Forest Service Order Below:


forest_order_no._05-12-00-18-01_fire_restrictions_order.pdf

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Tue Dec 04 2018, 07:28PM
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That's great, now that the forest and all campsites are closed off for winter. Actually i don't mind being home by a nice fire with a nice crockpot of something hot and good. Close enough to camping butcwith all the modern inconveniences...

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