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The largest fire on record in Oregon was the Tillamook Fire, which burned 311,000 acres in 1933 in the northwest corner of the state.What is the biggest forest fire in Oregon?
The Biscuit Fire of 2002 burned almost 500,000 acres in Southern Oregon and Northern California, the biggest forest fire in the state’s recent past. The biggest fire in state history, the Silverton Fire of 1865, burned an estimated 990,000 acres southeast of Salem.Where are wildfires burning in Oregon?
Two fires are burning on the coast between Arch Cape and Manzanita, seven fires are burning in the area of Santiam State Forest east of Salem, another fire is burning north of Shady Cove in southwest Oregon and three fires are burning around Coos Bay.Where is the forest fire in southern Oregon?
On this day in 1933, a devastating forest fire is sparked in the Coast Range Mountains, located in northern Oregon, 50 miles west of Portland. Raging for 11 days over some 267,000 acres, the blaze began a series of fires that struck the region at six-year intervals until 1951 that became known collectively as the Tillamook Burn.