The U.S. Forest Service says a 36,450 acre wildfire near Donnell Lake in Stanislaus National Forest is now 90% contained. 

The fire started on August 1st near the east side of the lake. It's expected to be fully contained on October 31st.

The Forest Service says 54 structures have been destroyed. 

The main store and lodge of the Dardanelle Resort, 14 of 16 cabins in the Wagner Tract, 36 of 57 cabins in the Brightman Tract, 2 of 2 cabins in the Buena Vista Tract and 1 of 10 cabins in the Bone Springs Tract were destroyed by the fire. 

A forest closure order for the Carson-Iceberg Wilderness on the Summit and Calaveras Ranger Districts is in effect. Campgrounds are open, but the lake is closed to visitor use.

Highway 108 is still closed at Eagle Meadow Road from the west and at the top of Sonora Pass on the east side. The Pacific Crest Trail is closed between Highway 108 and Highway 4 for public safety.

The cause of the fire is under investigation. 

More than 860 personnel are fighting the fire.