A wildfire that started burning in Sequoia National Park on Saturday afternoon was declared 100% contained Saturday evening.
The fire had closed a portion of Generals Highway and prompted the evacuation of campgrounds and hiking trails.
Park spokeswoman Dana Dierkes said the blaze, estimated at about 30 acres, was reported around 1:30 p.m., just east of Potwisha Campground, between Generals Highway and the Kaweah River.
Earlier evacuations were lifted in both Buckeye and Potwisha Campgrounds, and the Potwisha Overflow parking lot and Hospital Rock Day Use Areas, the National Park Service said.
While the Generals Highway is now open in both directions, visitors are asked to travel slowly as fire crews are still in the area.
There are no closures related to the Potwisha Fire at this time.
The National Park Service said the fire is still under investigation, but it was human-caused.