LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – The Seaman Fire burning in Larimer County is now 100 percent contained, officials said Saturday morning. The fire burned 231 acres near the Seaman Reservoir.

The Seaman Fire (credit: USFS)

The fire flared up on Tuesday due to a lightning strike. Smoke from the fire in the lower Poudre Canyon could be seen from Fort Collins.

Seaman Fire (credit: InciWeb)

Officials say the Greyrock and Hewlett Gulch trails are still closed for public safety.

The city of Fort Collins’ Gateway Park Natural Area is also closed to the public until further notice. There are no road closures in effect.

LINK: Seaman Fire InciWeb Page

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