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Old 07-09-2013, 12:22 PM   #3
Wldrns
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Originally Posted by TCD View Post
Check with DEC, but I don't think you need a designated site in order to have a fire.
Expanding on TCD's post.... please be sure you understand the DEC regulations and follow LNT guidelines for primitive backcountry camping. When you depart from a primitive site, other than perhaps some temporary footprints, a day or two later no one should be able to detect that you had camped there. This includes any evidence of having a campfire. Rangers and ECOs are happy to answer any questions directly about specific areas. Just call ahead.
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