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Firewood - 10 mile radius maps

The entire state of Wisconsin is now under quarantine for emerald ash borer (EAB). Hardwood firewood may be moved throughout the state between counties, except onto or through state properties and native American tribal properties [exit DNR]. However, to protect the state‚Äôs forests from harmful pests and diseases, the Wisconsin DNR strongly urges residents and visitors to continue obtaining firewood locally, which greatly reduces the accidental spread of invasive species to new places.

The gypsy moth quarantine [exit DNR] in Wisconsin remains in effect.

Contact individual tribes for their specific requirements if you are planning to move firewood onto or through a reservation.

To prevent the spread of emerald ash borer and other invasive insects, the DNR developed a permanent rule [exit DNR] which prohibits visitors from bringing firewood into Wisconsin state parks and other state-managed lands from locations further than 10 miles away from the property (effective June 1, 2014). Wood from state certified vendors [exit DNR] is exempted from this regulation.

To help with trip planning, this series of maps is available showing the 10-mile radius around each state campground. If camping at county, municipal or private campgrounds, call ahead to find out about their firewood regulations.

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Last revised: Tuesday September 04 2018