Are fire pits banned in Wisconsin?

How far does a fire pit have to be from your house in Wisconsin?

Fireplaces or pits shall not be used within fifteen (15) feet of a building or lot line; Fireplaces or pits shall be used on a stable level surface; Fireplaces or pits shall not be used on any combustible deck, porch or patio; Only clean, dry wood is permitted to be burned in fireplaces or pits.

Can I have a campfire in Wisconsin right now?

Wisconsin regulations generally prohibit open burning due to the associated health and environmental impacts. There are some exceptions for certain activities. Use the “Can I burn” tool to answer a set of guided questions and find out whether you can burn.

Is there a no burn ban in Wisconsin?

The Wisconsin DNR along with the National Weather Service issued a Red Flag Warning for several counties due to extreme fire danger on Saturday, May 1, 2021.

How far should you sit from a fire pit?

Again, 18-24” is a good rule of thumb for distance between the fire pit and seating but can be personalized as your patio or terrace allows.

Can you have a fire on the ice in Wisconsin?

Re: Fire on ice– need a fire pit

I know in Wisconsin you can’t have a fire on the ice. You can have a grill. Can’t dump the ashes on the lake.

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What should I put around my fire pit?

Cover the landscape fabric or plastic with a non-flammable material of your choice, such as river rocks, gravel, brick or stone pavers. If you use stone pavers, spread silica sand on top of them, and use a broom to push the sand into the cracks between the pavers to help hold the pavers securely in place.

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