Effective Friday, Sept. 21 at 12:01 a.m., Treasure County will rescind its Stage 1 fire restrictions. Fish, Wildlife & Parks follows the county’s lead in placing fire restrictions on its properties within that county, so campfire and smoking restrictions also will be lifted at Myers Bridge Fishing Access Site, Amelia Island FAS/Wildlife Management Area, and Isaac Homestead Wildlife Management Area.
Starting Friday, campfires again will be allowed in established steel grates at Amelia Island and Myers Bridge, and smoking will be permitted.
Temperatures are dropping, but fire danger still remains, so FWP urges people to use caution while they are out hunting or recreating this fall.
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