Posted: 7:47 p.m. MST
The Island Lake fire is now 90 percent contained.
The fire has burned about 3200 acres, destroying five structures and a fence.
One firefighter had to get hospital treatment for to a heat-related illness but has since been released.
Regardless of its containment, the blaze may alter your plans for the Memorial Day weekend.
While crews battle what's left of it danger still lurks.
"Because of the soil that’s out here, lots of times there will be a crust on top of the soil, and underneath there's a big pocket. It could be two or three-feet deep,” warns Lori Cook, fire information officer. “And in that pocket there's still some simmering coals. That could last up to two or three weeks."
With the upcoming holiday weekend officials want Yumans to know there will be restricted access including: the Picacho State Recreation area and between Cattail Cove State Park and Island Lake.
However, the main river channel will be open where people are still invited to celebrate the holiday.
Meantime, fire season is in full effect.
As of Wednesday morning the Department of Land Management’s fire and smoking restrictions kicked in.
"There's no camp fires, no charcoal … except in designated campgrounds that have agency fire rings,” said Cook. "Also, there's no smoking, unless you're in a vehicle or you're in an area that has no vegetation around it."
These restrictions were put in place for the summer months to help prevent fires such as the one at Island Lake.