According to the U.S. Forest Service , the Park Creek fire in Rio Grande County is at zero percent containment.
The fire, burning in southwest Colorado, has burned 29 acres and forced a number of road closure this weekend.
The cause of the fire, which is being fueled by spruce-fir forest and grass, is currently under investigation.
Officials said the fire is expected to stay active Saturday night. There is a Red Flag warning for the area on Sunday, with wind gusts expected up to 30 miles per hour.
The following roads and areas are impacted by the fire:
- Forest Service Road 380 from U.S. Highway 160 to its junction with Forest Service Road 390
- Forest Service Road 360 from lower Beaver Creek Campground to gave near south end of Beaver Creek
- Reservoir (Cross Creek Road open)
- Forest Service Trail 842 (Tewksberry Trail)