Recreational Fire definition

Recreational Fire means barbecues and campfires, using charcoal, natural gas, propane, or natural wood, which occur in designated areas, or on private property. Fires used for debris disposal purposes are not considered recreational fires.
Recreational Fire means a small, attended fire, that does not exceed two feet in diameter. If the primary purpose of the fire is to dispose of the material being burned, it is not considered a recreational fire, regardless of size.
Recreational Fire means cooking fires or campfires using firewood which occur in designated areas, or on private property. Fires used for disposal purposes are not recreational fires.

Examples of Recreational Fire in a sentence

Recreational Fire means an outdoor fire burning seasoned hardwood contained in appliances specifically designed for this purpose, and has a total fuel area of three (3) feet or less in diameter and two (2) feet or less in height for pleasure, religious, ceremonial, cooking, warmth, or similar purposes.

Recreational Fire: An outdoor fire utilized to cook food for human consumption.

Recreational Fire Pits are not intended for disposal of accumulated slash, lumber or forest type debris.

No fire other than a Recreational Fire shall be set to burn between sunset on the evening of any day and sunrise on the following day.

When a Fire Ban is in effect, NO PERSON shall ignite a Recreational Fire, or cause or allow a Recreational Fire to be ignited on his or her Property or Property under his or her control.


More Definitions of Recreational Fire

Recreational Fire means an outdoor fire burning materials other than rubbish where the fuel being burned is not contained in an incinerator, outdoor fireplace, barbecue grill or barbecue pit and has a total fuel area of 3 feet (914 mm) or less in diameter and 2 feet (610 mm) or less in height for pleasure, religious, ceremonial, cooking, warmth or similar purposes.
Recreational Fire means the burning of materials other than rubbish where the fuel being burned is not contained in an incinerator, outdoor fireplace, barbecue grill or barbecue pit and with a total fuel area of three (3) feet or less in diameter and two (2) feet or less in height for pleasure, religious, ceremonial, cooking or similar purposes.
Recreational Fire means a campfire which can be safely confined to a fire ring no larger than eight feet in diameter.
Recreational Fire means a temporary outdoor fire for warmth, cooking for human consumption, or for non-ceremonial purposes where the fire is not larger than three feet by three feet by three feet (3’x3’x3’) and excludes leaves, grass or shrubbery clippings or cuttings.
Recreational Fire means cooking fires, campfires, and bonfires using charcoal or firewood that occur in designated areas or on private property for cooking, pleasure, or ceremonial purposes. Fires used for debris disposal purposes are not considered recreational fires.
Recreational Fire means a small fire (combustible pile no larger than 3 feet in diameter and 2 feet in height), limited to campfires or fires lit in Chimineas, patio fireplaces, fire pits, or other similar devices using charcoal, natural gas, propane, manufactured firelogs, or clean dry natural firewood as fuel, and which occurs in designated areas on public lands or on private property. The fire cannot serve as a disposal fire for waste materials, including woody yard trimmings, leaves, and grass clippings, or materials listed in 47-015(1)(e).
Recreational Fire means an outdoor fire for the purpose of sport, pastime or refreshment, such as camp fires, bonfires, cooking fires, etc., in a hand-built pile no larger than four feet in diameter and not associated with any debris dis- posal activities related to fire hazard elimination or yard and garden refuse clean-up.