The Nason Fire at Lake Wenatchee continues to burn as crews can't get to its location in extremely steep, rocky and heavily forested terrain.
The U.S. Forest Service says timber and vegetation are helping to minimize the fire's movement out of its small 150 acre foorprint
Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest officials are reminding campers, and other people visiting that you must completely put out any campfire that you start before you leave.
Public Affairs Officer Robin Demario says one employee found three abandoned campfires near forest roads between Lake Chelan and Leavenworth
It is expected to be busy in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest this Memorial Day weekend.
Public Affairs Officer Robin Demario called it the unofficial kickoff to the camping season.
"Folks looking for sites to camp in the forest will need to have alternative plans in mind in case their favorite campground is not yet open or if it has already filled up; most fill up by late Friday after