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Fire Restrictions

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Important Update for Campers and Park users: As of 8 a.m. this morning, no campfires, open burning or charcoal fires are allowed in northern St. Louis county, that includes Voyageurs National Park. The info is in the Duluth News Tribune and I confirmed with Park officials that these restrictions are in effect in the Park. The only allowed fire source are camp stoves for now. Make your plans accordingly.. Good Luck and be careful with the fire danger so high. Fishkab

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I was wondering about this. Hopefully we get some rain before the 21st so they lift the ban.

Can sopmeone post if/when they see the ban lifted?

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