HUDSON'S HOPE -- A wildfire that was burning out of control 25 kilometres south of Hudson’s Hope is now listed as ‘being held.’

According to the BC Wildfire Service, the Cameron Lake wildfire was discovered Sunday afternoon along Highway 29 just north of Moberly Lake.

A full response team was on scene battling the fire that is now being measured at 295 hectares.

Response included two initial attack crews and a unit crew assisted by three helicopters, heavy equipment, and air tankers, according to the District of Hudson’s Hope.

When the fire was discovered it was measured at just 7.85 hectares in size.

The wildfire did not damage any structures or impact the campground at Cameron Lake.

No evacuation orders or area restrictions were in place for the area during the time of the fire that is believed to be human caused, according to the BC Wildfire Service.

The fire danger rating was listed as ‘extreme’ or the area, but has since been downgraded to 'high'.

Air quality in Hudson’s Hope is currently listed as moderate, according to Environment Canada’s Air Quality Health Index.