Over the weekend, the cabin area of Bastrop State Park reopened to camping guests for the first time since the Labor Day fires last September.
The park reopened in December, but most camping areas were still not opened. The newly renovated Copperas Cove area features new camping grounds that will go through the fresh black top surfaces.
Officials at the park stated that people were lined up at the park in order to reserve a spot. Areas of the park are beginning to bounce back because of the recent heavy rains. Nearly 96 percent of the park was destroyed in the fire.
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