The fire that burned around 25 acres and two structures took several days to get under control, Fire officials said.
ESTACADA, Ore. — Milo Mclver State Park has reopened less than two weeks after a wildfire ripped through it.
People could not even get within a mile of the park during the wildfire because the roads were closed off.
The park reopened to visitors earlier this week. Sarah Poet with Estacada Rural Fire District said a home and a barn near the park were lost during the fire.
The process of getting the park reopened was a long one, said Poet.
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