Am I allowed to have a bonfire on the beach?
Bonfires are allowed seasonally on Olde Port Beach in the District provided fire rings only. NO OUTSIDE FIRE RINGS MAY BE USED. The District's fire rings are generally available from the second Sunday in March to the first Sunday in November (from the start to the end of Daylight Savings Time), weather permitting. Please feel free to contact the Harbor office prior to your visit to verify if the fire rings are on the beach, M-F 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (805) 595-5400, ext. 0, or admin@portsanluis.com.
No burning of trash or other materials; only wood and charcoal are allowed
No chemically treated wood, pallets or other wood with nails may be burned in the fire rings
Bonfires are not allowed on Avila Beach or Fisherman's Beach.
In case of inclement weather, the fire rings may be removed without prior notice to prevent the rings and/or debris from being swept into the ocean.

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1. How much does it cost to buy a mooring for my boat?
2. Do I need to have a permit to have a wedding ceremony or other group event on the beach?
3. Am I allowed to have a bonfire on the beach?
4. Am I allowed to have a BBQ on the beach?
5. How do I obtain a license to operate a business on District property?
6. Who should I contact if I lost something while visiting one of the District Beaches?