Lookin' fer the end of that old white line
- Dec 29, 2007
- Noteop, Arizona
Last time I checked the Turkey Creek campsite was on BLM land right on the wilderness boundary in Graham County.
I can’t get to the https://firerestrictions.us/az/ website as it’s been down for a few weeks now, but I concur with @ARJMN that the Friday campsite on State Trust Land in Pinal County should be okay. I was gonna call the Mammoth cop shop or Pinal County Sheriffs to be sure as one of them would be bound to show up if anyone called in an illegal fire.
if anyone has room to take firewood I can bring a load in the Taco Friday night to distribute. The 40 won’t have much room for wood.
On July 30 at 8 am, fire restrictions were lifted for BLM lands administered by the Gila District. Read the news release.
- 2020 FIRE PREVENTION ORDER [PDF], Signed July 30, 2020, rescinds fire restrictions in the Gila District.