This article is about Hope Lake Lodge, a small lake in Minnesota, located in the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, located about 45 miles southeast of Minneapolis.
It’s one of the few places in Minnesota that isn’t heavily wooded and has a low density of vegetation.
Hope Lake is located in an area of the state that has seen more fire in recent years, with the Pine Creek Fire burning in February of 2017 and the Red Lake Fire burning for nearly two weeks.
Hope Lakes fire has been described as the largest fire in Minnesota history.
Hope has seen many wild fires in the past and many of the fires have been small ones, but this year is different.
The fire has grown into a huge blaze that has burned for nearly a week, causing damage to hundreds of structures.
This article has been updated with information from the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
The Forest Service has not yet released any additional information about the fire.
This is the second major fire in the Twin Cities region this year.
Last year, the Red Creek Fire burned for two weeks before it was put out with water from a nearby stream.
The next big fire will likely come in 2019.
For more information about wildfires, visit the National Forests Wildfire Information Center.