Can you have a bonfire at Bodega Bay?

About 60 miles north of San Francisco, on Bodega Bay, you will find Dillon Beach. This privately owned beach can be accessed for a small fee. The fee is well worth it as this beach has amenities such as restrooms, picnic tables and, of course, fire pits!

What Northern California beaches allow bonfires?

Have A Beach Bonfire At These 9 California Beaches

  • Dockweiler Beach. Though not the quietest beach for a bonfire—due to its close proximity to LAX (just a 15-minute walk!) …
  • Newport Beach. …
  • Cabrillo Beach. …
  • Doheny Beach. …
  • Carmel Beach. …
  • Bolsa Chica Beach. …
  • Grover Beach. …
  • Mission Beach.

What beaches in Massachusetts allow bonfires?

Where Private Beach Bonfires are Allowed

  • Coast Guard Beach in Eastham.
  • Nauset Light Beach in Eastham.
  • Marconi Beach in Wellfleet.
  • Head of the Meadow in Truro.
  • Herring Cove in Provincetown.
  • Race Point in Provincetown.

Where can you have a bonfire?

It could be in your backyard or a friend’s backyard. It could be on a beach, or at a campsite. Grab a bunch of dry twigs, leaves, sticks and unwanted wood. Be sure to have plenty of large pieces of fuel wood, as twigs and leaves burn very quickly.

Can you have bonfires at Half Moon Bay?

PROHIBITED on Half Moon Bay State Beach: fires, dogs, horses, fireworks. Dogs are permitted in the campground, in the day-use picnic areas, and on the Coastal Trail, on-leash only (maximum six-foot leash). Please refrain from removing shells, driftwood, and other natural beach features.

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Is it illegal to have a fire on the beach in Massachusetts?

Open burning is allowed from mid winter to early spring across most of Massachusetts. It is prohibited in 22 densely built and populated cities and towns. See below for a list. If open burning is allowed in your community, contact your local fire department to obtain an open burning permit in advance.

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