Can I have a campfire at my house?

Village of Lake Delton

Campfires are permitted when:

  • used only for cooking or warming the body
  • use of a fire ring of no more than a 48-inch diameter
  • clean wood only
  • on private property
  • adult supervision
  • does not cause a fire hazard or nuisance to other persons

All other outdoor fires are strictly prohibited, such as the burning of brush, leaves, trash, and the use of burn barrels or incinerators.

Town of Delton & Dellona

Campfires are allowed anytime, year-round, as long as a burning ban is not issued. These fires are for the purpose of cooking or warming the body.

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1. Can I have a campfire at my house?
2. Can I burn if I live outside the Village Limits of Lake Delton?
3. What do I do if I have a fire?
4. Should I have a fire extinguisher in my home?
5. Do I need a Carbon Monoxide detector?
6. What if my carbon monoxide detector is going off?
7. Does the Fire Department charge me if you come to my property for a call?
8. Does the Fire Department conduct courtesy home fire inspections?
9. What do I do when an emergency vehicle is approaching?
10. What is the “Move Over Law?”
11. What is an ISO rating?
12. When are sirens activated?
13. What are the Village of Lake Delton Fire Codes?