The grass along the highways is very dry and could easily ignite. The Fire Chiefs of the Mississippi (Scott) County Rural Fire District have issued a joint no burn order prohibiting open burning and the use of fireworks in rural Mississippi County, as well as portions of southern Scott County. Under the recommendation of Fire Chief Kyle Hutcheson and for the health and public safety for the community, Mayor Kevin P. New Madrid, Parma, Portageville, Gideon, Lilbourn, Matthews, Catron, and Risco, Mo. Anyone violating this order will be issued a court summons, according to the fire chief. Mayor Mitch Pullen has issued a no burning and ban on fireworks in Wyatt, Mo. Due to recent rains, the no burn order for the City of Malden has been lifted. The no burn order will remain in effect until further notice. Mainord has issued a "No Burn Order" effective immediately within East Prairie city limits. There is not a ban on sale of fireworks with the city at this time. Volunteer Fire Department has been lifted, but please continue to use caution while burning. Scott County Rural Fire District Assistant Chief Jeremy Perrien recommends no burning in the fire district and no shooting fireworks without properly wetting the area first. is under a restricted burn notification due to high temperature, low humidity, dry ground covering, the possibility of increasing winds and the lack of precipitation in the weather forecast. People are asked to use caution with outdoor barbecue grills. Anyone using fireworks of any kind is advised to use caution. No field fires shall be set for agricultural purposes and no wood lot fires shall be set until the fire danger decreases. has issued a no burn order issued until further notice. The city council has added a no fireworks order to the existing no burn order. Those driving or working outdoors are asked to be extremely careful to properly discard smoking materials. has issued a burn ban on all open burning and fireworks within city limits. Commission passed an emergency ordinance on Friday to proclaim there is a fire danger emergency in the county so they've passed a no open burning order which includes prohibiting fireworks. Fires must be contained in charcoal grills or campfire rings supplied at campsites. The ban will remain in effect until the county has received two inches of rain county-wide. All fireworks of any kind are banned in the City limits of Wingo, Ky., they receive sufficient rainfall to ease the drought conditions.
If you have a favorite camping spot that we didn't include, please let us know in the comments section below.1480 Route 23, Sussex Campers can pitch a tent in one of 50 campsites around Sawmill Lake in High Point State Park.
The Tamms Fire Protection District is under a burn ban until the area gets significant rain.
Whether you enjoy campfires and fishing, or air conditioning and champagne, New Jersey has camping accommodations to suit everyone.
Each site has a fire ring and picnic table, and bathhouses with flushing toilets, showers, and laundry facilities are located nearby. Group tent sites that can accommodate up to 25 people each are available for per night for New Jersey residents.
High Point State Park also offers two cabins with three bedrooms each, and a group cabin that can accommodate up to 28 people.701 Almond Rd., Pittsgrove With 56 tent and trailer sites located on the south shore of Parvin Lake, Parvin State Park is a popular camping spot in South Jersey.