October 31: Last Day of Year for Ocean Beach Bonfires (2022)
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Ocean Beach Fire Pits | Ocean Beach Fire Pits, San Francisco, CA
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Your last day for an Ocean Beach bonfire is Halloween.
Fires are allowed on Ocean Beach for eight months, March through October, under the Beach Fire Regulations for Ocean Beach. Fires will not be allowed on Ocean Beach from the first day in November to the last day in February.
The Burn Season aligns with when demand from the public for fires is the highest.
The No-Burn Season avoids burning during the Bay Area Air Quality Management District’s (BAAQMD) Winter Spare the Air season. During the No-Burn period, fire rings will either be removed from the beach or remain with locked lids affixed for the season. A comprehensive cleaning of the affected beach area will occur at the beginning of the No-Burn season followed by a reduced maintenance schedule for the remainder of the period.
The National Park Service provides 16 fire rings/pits for Ocean Beach fires between Stairwells 15 and 20. Please note, the Ocean Beach Fire Program curfew is 9:30pm.
Read more at Ocean Beach bonfires at the National Park Service.
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