A second fire in Glen Canyon this week
There was a fire in Glen Canyon Regional Park Thursday afternoon - just 300 metres away from another fire the night before - and this one too is believed to be human-caused.
West Kelowna fire crews, and the BC Wildfire Service, were able to contain the blaze to 30-metres in size.
A total of 22 firefighters responded to the scene at around 5:00 pm - and West Kelowna RCMP and fire investigators will be back today looking for the exact cause.
The fire Wednesday, also near Powers Creek, was about six square metres in size by the time crews extinguished it.
The park has been closed for sometime because of the extreme fire hazard.