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A campfire permit is required if you plan to use a portable stove or build a campfire during your trip. During periods of severe fire danger, campfires may be prohibited and some areas or parts of areas closed. Be sure to inquire at the forest ranger station at your point of entry for complete information about any fire restrictions in effect. Generally, a wilderness permit for entry into an area through a national forest is valid for travel through a contiguous area managed by the National Park Service and vice versa.
The length of stay in most parks is 14 days; during the peak season at some parks, it may be 7 days; during the off-season it may be 30 days; at walk-in campsites it ranges from 1 to 3 days. Areas classified as developed campgrounds have well-defined roads, parking spaces, and campsites. Drinking water, sanitary facilities, and refuse cans are provided. A typical campsite in a campground would include a parking space, fireplace, table and bench combination, and tent/trailer space. Self-contained recreation vehicles—those requiring no utility connections—can be accommodated at most campgrounds, but size restrictions are imposed at some campgrounds.
Pets are not allowed. Reservations are available for environmental campsites at several parks during peak season (April through October) through the State Park Reservation System. Other types of campsites available at some state parks include individual trail camps, group trail camps, individual horse campsites, group horse camps, boat-in camps, and hike and bike campsites. Wheel-chair accessible trails and facilities are available in many state parks, and more are being constructed each year. Many parks have accessible campsites.