Fire restrictions in Alabama’s national forests now lifted

Courtesy Alabama State Parks
Courtesy Alabama State Parks

ALABAMA (WIAT) — Fire restrictions in Alabama’s national forests are now lifted. The Forest Service says people can now build campfires in recreation areas in the Bankhead, Conecuh, Tuskegee and Talladega national forests.

The service is also reopening National Forest System Roads 637 and 637B in the Talladega Forest, about 3 miles west of Cheaha State Park and Cheaha Road.

Roads near Sylacauga are also reopening.

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