Fire Banned at Swan Falls, C.J. Strike

BOISE, Idaho — Due to increased wildfire risk, fires are not permitted at Idaho Power’s Swan Falls camping or day-use areas, or at Cottonwood and North parks at C.J. Strike Reservoir.

A fire ban remains in place at Woodhead Park in Hells Canyon.

Campers at other locations should limit fires to designated fire rings and use extreme caution.

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Brad Bowlin
Communication Specialist
Idaho Power