After the worst wildfire in Central Texas history, nearly 80 percent of Bastrop State Park will soon reopen to the public.
The national park is roughly 7,000-acres and officials associated with the campgrounds are now taking reservations at this time. On the one year anniversary of the fire, which will be in September, park officials are planning to have a large reopening. It took crews months to remove all of the hazardous trees and other debris.
Along with the state park, thousands of homes were destroyed in the wildfire. If you or a loved one’s home was destroyed and your insurance company is not holding up to what is said your contract, contact the Bastrop fire lawyers of Williams Kherkher today by calling 800-639-8460.