Burn Ban Cancels Campfires at Walt Disney World Resorts

Orange County has announced a burn ban effective April 13, 2017. Extremely dry conditions in Central Florida have led to this state of emergency for the area, including the Walt Disney World Resorts.

Fire Pits  at WDW will not be lit during the Orange County burn ban.

Fire Pits will not be lit during the Orange County burn ban.

To comply with the fire restrictions, hotels at Walt Disney World have suspended campfire activities.

Burn Ban at WDW Resorts. Click for more information.

The outdoor fire restriction extends to all open flames including charcoal and wood grills, tiki torches (sorry Polynesian Village!), and personal fire pits and grills at Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground. Note that personal propane grills are still allowed at campsites for cooking needs.

Burn Ban in effect at Walt Disney World resorts. Click for more information.

Tiki Torches will not be lit during the burn ban at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.

Are you at Walt Disney World during the burn ban? Let us know if you observe any other suspended activities.

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Kimberly shared her passion for Disney when she was selected for the inaugural Walt Disney World Moms Panel and then as the first Disney Cruise Line panelist. As a Disney Mom, she helped countless families plan their own dream-filled journeys. Blending her love for research, travel, and writing, Kim has been an editor for Disney Food Blog for 10 years. At The Castle Concierge, she blogs about travel and celebrating life's milestones.