Campfire and Agricultural Burn Restrictions – North, Central and Southern New Jersey
As of 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 12, campfire and agricultural burning restrictions are go in effect in all New Jersey Forest Fire Service coverage areas.
🚫🔥 No ground wood fires will be permitted.
Elevated prepared fireplaces, elevated charcoal grills or stoves using electricity, or a liquid or gas fuel are acceptable.
An elevated prepared fireplace must be constructed of steel, stone, brick, or concrete with its fire box elevated at least one foot above the ground surface and surrounded by at least a ten feet radius clearance to mineral soil.
An elevated charcoal grill may be stationary or portable and surrounded by at least a ten feet radius clearance to mineral soil. Camp stoves are also acceptable.
Agricultural burning is suspended.
🔗 View current fire danger and restrictions: https://www.nj.gov/dep/parksandforests/fire/infotools/conditions-restrictions.html