Wildfires contain to burn in the State of Oregon, while Washington State appears to be on the mend from its extreme fire season with one fire burning without a Type 1 or 2 assigned.

Here is a compiled list of wildfires still burning in Oregon.

BEACHIE CREEK | 6 miles N of Detroit | USFS

Beachie Creek smoke plume with Opal Lake in the forground
Photo Credit | USFS

Willamette National Forest. 193,573 acres of timber. 85% containment. Minimal fire behavior. Closures in effect. 1,323 structures destroyed.64 total personnel along with 1 crew and 1 engine.

$223 Million cost-to-date.

RIVERSIDE FIRE | 1 mile SE of Estacada | USFS

Riverside Fire from La Dee Flats area.
Photo Credit | USFS

Mt. Hood National Forest. 138,054 acres of timber. 72% contained. 139 structures lost. 28 total personnel. 1 crew.

$20.2 Million cost-to-date.

LIONSHEAD FIRE | 20 miles W of Warm Springs | BIA

Burnout operations help to decrease the intensity of a fire.
Photo Credit | BIA

Warm Springs Agency. 204,469 acres. 46% containment. 280 structures destroyed. 179 total personnel with 4 crews, 16 engines and 2 helicopters.

$60.2 Million cost-to-date.

WHITE RIVER FIRE | 20 miles W of Wamic | USFS

Photo taken from paved road looking across fields to a fire putting up a column of smoke
Photo Credit | Mt Hood National Forest

Mt. Hood National Forest. 17,383 acres. 90% contained. 1 structure lost. Total personnel assigned is 37 along with 2 crews, 4 engines and a single helicopter.

$22.8 Million cost-to-date.

ARCHIE CREEK FIRE | 20 miles E of Glide | USFS

A single unburned office chair is all that remains of the DFPA guard station.
Photo Credit | USFS

Umpqua National Forest. 131,542 acres. 95% containment. 111 structures lost. 110 total personnel are still deployed with no other resources.

$36.2 Million cost-to-date.

(c) 2020 NW Fire Blog- Updated 10/21/2020 2100 PT