Alberta Parks

Fire Bans & Restrictions in Alberta Parks

Day Use is permitted. Outhouse facilities are open where feasible - be prepared with your own hand sanitizer and toilet paper. Campgrounds open June 1 at 50% capacity. Second RV units will not be permitted on campsites. We are monitoring our actions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and will adjust as needed.

Fire Bans Fire Bans


  • ALL open fires, including campfires and charcoal briquettes


  • Portable propane fire pits contained within designated fire pits and gas or propane stoves and barbeques designed for cooking or heating

Fire Restrictions Fire Restrictions


  • Wood, briquette and propane/natural gas fires OUTSIDE designated fire pits
  • Turkey fryers and Tiki torches


  • Wood, briquette and propane/natural gas fires CONTAINED WITHIN designated fire pits
  • CSA or UL standards
    • Portable propane fire pits when placed within designated fire pits
    • Liquid or gas fueled lanterns (enclosed flame)
    • Liquid or gas fueled stoves and BBQs designed for cooking
    • Patio heaters (propane, catalytic or infrared/radiant) if deemed safe by a Conservation Officer

Fire Bans Fire Bans:

Fire RestrictionsFire Restrictions:

Recreational OHV Restrictions

This Map

The fire bans and restrictions on this map are for provincial parks.

  • A fire ban is imposed for an extreme fire hazard.
  • A fire restriction is imposed for a high fire hazard.

For firebans outside of Alberta Parks, check

Updated: May 22, 2020 @ 02:02 PM