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Fires on the beach?

Fires on the beach?

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Winsted, Connecticut
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16 posts
2 reviews
1 helpful vote
1. Re: Fires on the beach?

Pretty sure they are not allowed

New York
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951 posts
3 reviews
2. Re: Fires on the beach?

Highly doubt it especially since PR is warm not like your camping in the woods in the winter

King of Prussia...
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for San Juan, Ponce
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11,314 posts
49 reviews
61 helpful votes
3. Re: Fires on the beach?

As far as I know, fires are not allowed on beaches. And frankly, the beaches at night aren't safe.

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87 posts
1 review
5 helpful votes
4. Re: Fires on the beach?

Entrance to refuge beaches has a sign of prohibited activities. Camp fires not permitted.

United States
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3,614 posts
196 reviews
368 helpful votes
5. Re: Fires on the beach?

agree...just got back and the big signs at the entrance say no fires allowed.

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