Fireworks Banned at National Forests

By: WSAW Staff
By: WSAW Staff

If you plan on celebrating your Fourth of July camping at a national forest, leave the fireworks at home.

The forest supervisor of the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest says all fireworks are banned.

If you're caught letting off fireworks you could face a fine of $5,000 dollars or time behind bars.

You're also reminded to make sure all fires are out and cold to the touch before leaving them.


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