Nearly three months after the most destructive wildfire in Texas history occurred in Bastrop County, areas of Bastrop State Park are set to reopen.
There are still large amounts of green but nearly 96 percent of 6,600 acres of the park were destroyed by the wildfire. Officials worry that many people will not want to visit the area because they think that the entire park is burned down.
The areas that will open are mostly day use for camping and hiking. The park makes nearly $280,000 a year but it will cost nearly $8.5 million in order to restore the park.
The wildfire caused devastating amounts of damage to the Bastrop County area. If you or a loved one lost your home as a result of the wildfire, you need experienced representation on your side that will make sure that your insurance company covers all that it should. Contact the Bastrop wildfire insurance lawyers of Williams Kherkher by calling 800-639-8460 today.