Fireworks and Boondocking

Learn about the laws and regulations about fireworks and boondocking, including BLM land, national forests, and other public lands.


Are Fireworks Allowed on National Forest Lands?

No, fireworks are not allowed in any national forest or national grassland. Currently, each national forest and grassland is covered under one or more "forest orders" specifically banning fireworks and other types of explosives, and will continue to be covered for an indefinite period.