Not exactly what I wanted to hear, but progress is good.
Moving in the right direction.
Update from the US Forest Service: Some Prescott National Forest campgrounds and trailheads have been reopened.
New Reduced Closure Order in Effect for the Goodwin Fire
PRESCOTT, AZ (July 2, 2017) – Prescott National Forest has reduced the size of the Goodwin Fire Temporary Closure Area. White Spar, Groom Creek Horse Camp, and Lower Wolf Creek Campgrounds; and all trails and trailheads west of Senator Hwy as well as the full extent of the Prescott Circle Trail will open to the public on Sunday July 2, at 2:00pm. All sites will be first-come, first-serve.
Prescott National Forest lands east of Senator Highway (County Road 57) continuing south on Forest Road 94C, then east along Forest Road 82A up to County Road 178 to the forest boundary and generally from Mayer north to Prescott Valley will remained closed to the public until such time that conditions are deemed safe. The closure area includes the Lynx Lake Corridor, Upper Wolf Creek, and Hilltop Campground. They will remain closed as a precautionary measure to ensure public safety and to allow safe travel for those involved in the Goodwin Fire.
For a complete description of the closure area and map visit the Prescott National Forest website www.fs.usda.gov/prescott.
For information on the closure please call the Bradshaw Ranger District at (928) 443-8000.