PUBLIC LANDS — Campfires, fireworks and exploding targets are prohibited outside of designated sites on state and federal lands. Agencies are emphasizing those rules in a large-scale fire prevention effort on the eve of the Fourth of July holiday.
Generally speaking, campfires are allowed only in fire pits at developed campgrounds in national parks, most national forests and all state lands.
Fireworks and exploding targets enjoyed by shooters are banned.
Even shooting at normal targets is banned on some state wildlife areas in Central Washington.