Dear Don’t Move Firewood,
I’m bringing my son to Kings Canyon National Park to camp pretty soon. I’m trying to figure if the (brand removed “fake” firewood) logs are OK for us to bring. I understand your policy doesn’t permit you to endorse products but I’m not asking for that. I’m just trying to make sure I line up everything as needed before we set off for our 2nd camping trip of our lives 🙂 Thank you so much.
Dear Upcoming Camper,
All the pre-packaged compressed wood products that I’ve seen on the market are typically fine to bring into campgrounds. I have never seen them prohibited, and certainly to the very best of my knowledge they are fine in Kings Canyon National Park. You should be totally good to go!
For more information on these products and the Don’t Move Firewood opinion on “fake” firewood, see the following archived blogs.
- Moving “Fake Log” Firewood and Pellets (on the topic of moving these products safely, instead of using typical firewood)
- Compressed wood, fake logs, pellets and more (on the topic of why we can’t endorse a specific product but we do think these are a fine alternative for many users)
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