After the Labor Day wildfire, nearly 96 percent of the state park was destroyed, but it is now beginning to operate normally.
According to the site manager, the fire was caused when a tree fell on the power line and caused sparks to fly. Firefighters worked to put out the fire for 4 to 6 days and then over the next month, firefighters worked on potentially dangerous flare ups in the area.
The park then reopened on Dec. 2 and nearly 75 percent of the interior trails were once again reopened to park visitors. Officials have stated that the park’s setup was dangerous for a fire and steps are already being put into place in order to make sure that this does not happen.
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