Wildfire Safety Tips – Prepare before an Incident happens
When you arrive at a campground or camping spot, make sure that you know the nearest evacuation route and map out how you will get there. Often campgrounds only have one road in and out.
Make a checklist of important things you need in case you have to leave your RV or tent – for instance, if a wildfire overtakes your area suddenly, it doesn’t hurt to have a ‘to go bag’ just in case, packed with a change of clothes, medications and emergency supplies.
If you are in an area that is being evacuated, do not wait, follow instructions given and leave immediately in an orderly fashion.
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