Part of a revised Fire Control bylaw for Town of Oliver
reference is summer campsites within town boundaries
(xi) Campfires are allowed only in designated campgrounds in the Tourist Commercial One (CT1) Zone throughout the year in accordance with the following regulations:
(A) only one (1) communal campfire pit is allowed per campground;
(B) campfires must be located a minimum of 5 metres from adjoining property lines and buildings;
(C) campfires shall not begin prior to 18:00 and must be extinguished before 23:00 hours local time;
(D) the only allowable material burned in the campfire will consist of dry seasoned fire wood;
(E) BC Ministry of Environment Venting Index must be between 60-100, no campfires are permitted unless the ventilation index is met;
(F) no person shall continue to burn if it is the cause of an unreasonable nuisance to any other person in the neighbourhood because of drifting smoke, ash or an unpleasant odour.
(xii) no incinerator or other device or appliance, including burn barrels, shall be erected or used outside of the walls of any building;
(xiii) open air burning is prohibited for land clearing debris, wastes from construction, and building demolition materials;
(xiv) no visible smoke may leave the property of origin.