A Campfire or Recreational fire is defined as “a fire for cooking, warming or recreational purposes burning only clean, untreated wood or charcoal.” City of Faribault campfire regulations are as follows:
Campfires shall not exceed 3 feet in height, or 3 feet in diameter.
Only clean fire wood should be burned. No construction debris allowed.
Must be a minimum of 15 feet from any structure or combustible materials, unless contained in a barbecue pit with a depth of not less than two feet.
Before a campfire is lit, all of the area within five (5) feet of the base of the campfire shall be cleared of combustible material.
No flammable or combustible liquid shall be used to start the fire.
Campfires shall be attended at all times by a person of suitable age and experience who is knowledgeable in methods of extinguishing fires and who has tools for extinguishing the fire readily available.