Delaware State Parks Bans Firewood

Delaware State Parks Has Banned The Use Of Outside Firewood Due To The Spotted Lantern Fly Quarantine.

In order to help stop the spread of the Spotted Lantern Fly, Delaware State Parks has banned the use of outside firewood. That means you can not bring fire wood with you to the campgrounds or the parks. No matter where you are from.

Campers and park visitors can not bring firewood to the park. There is firewood available for purchase at all campgrounds. There are quarantined areas in northern Delaware because of the spotted lantern fly invasion.

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This ban also applies to anyone who likes to have a fire at the beach for cooking while surf fishing, in a metal container (grill) per the rules. You can still use gas grills or charcoal. We are not in a quarantine zone in Sussex county for the spotted lantern fly, but it is still a concern with otuside firewood.

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