If you do you’ll want to be cautious.
Coastal fire information officer Donna MacPherson says there is still a pretty significant fire risk.
“All the trees out your way are certainly bone dry. We have areas of both high and extreme fire danger rating on the lower mainland. So what that means to us is that the trees are not only dry so the risk of starting a fire is high, but also that when we do have a fire that it’s going to burn deep and it’s going to be very hard to put out.”
MacPherson says keep your campfires small and make sure they’re completely out with no smouldering embers.
Also if you’re driving an ATV, keep to dirt roads since the vehicle could generate sparks that could ignite grass or fallen branches.