Crews from the Tennessee Division of Forestry on Sunday continued to douse hot spots and fight the fires sparking near the Great Smoky Mountain National Park in Sevier County.
The Hatcher Mountain/Indigo Lane fire, the first to light on Wednesday morning, is nearly contained, and homeowners are beginning to take stock of the damage. The cause of the fire is still undetermined and under investigation.
Another smaller fire sparked near Seymour on Thursday but was 60% contained of Sunday afternoon.
At least 300 structures have been affected by the fires, which could mean anything from a burnt porch step to an entire cabin destroyed.
Sevier County has posted an updated map on its Emergency Response webpage that marks each structure that has been assessed, as well as its condition.