Fire Safety


Although there are fire performances booked at Lighting in a Bottle we, unfortunately, can not allow attendees to bring or use fire tools or to have any open flames, fires or open coal cooking at the event. This is in the best interest and safety of all of our attendees and in preserving future use of the land for Lightning in a Bottle.


Cigarette butts cause most fires and trash. Always put your butts out and NEVER throw them on the ground. Carry a small can or film tube in your pocket to hold your used butts. Let’s show this land how much we respect it!

Camp Stoves and Grills

Enclosed propane grills are acceptable in the camping areas but NO open flame or charcoal grills will be allowed. please use extreme caution and be responsible. Always make sure your stove is in an area which is clear of dry grass and brush, and never leave a stove unattended while it is burning. If you are using a camp stove make sure you bring along a fire extinguisher and have it properly placed where everyone can access it.


We strongly encourage camps to not bring generators, in order to reduce the amount of fossil fuels burned at LIB. If your camp must have power, ONLY quiet generators are allowed. Please do not disturb your neighbors with loud generators.


Absolutely no fire works are allowed at LIB. If you are caught using fireworks, you will be asked to leave the event.

As always, the safety of the event and our patrons is of utmost importance to us.
Please be extremely responsible and safe throughout the weekend.