CASHMERE, Wash. -- Officials said the Little Camas Fire burning outside Cashmere is 11 percent contained as of Sunday morning.

The wildfire has burned nearly 400 acres.


About 270 firefighters are working on the scene and officials say another 175 crew members are on their way.

Washington Department of Natural Resources is sending a type two team to what is being called the Little Camas Fire. As of 6:30 p.m. Friday, the fire was one percent contained. The fire is burning in steep and rugged terrain, making the attack by ground crews difficult.

Officials said six Rotor-wing and two fixed wing aircraft were attacking the fire Friday. Heavy air tankers have also been dropping fire retardant. Firefighting aircraft has been taking water from the Bible Camp pond.

The Camas Meadows Bible Camp and three adjacent homes were under a level 1 evacuation notice as of 6:30 p.m. Friday. Due to fire activity in the area, Forest Service Trail Red Hill #1223 and Tronsen Ridge Trail #1204 from Ruby Creek Trail to the 5 Miles Road junction are closed to public access. The rest of the area is open.