The visitors center at Shasta Dam reopened its doors Tuesday after being closed because of the Carr Fire.
The Bureau of Reclamation closed the dam last month to aid and assist with firefighting efforts.
As of Tuesday, tours are back on track.
Tours are offered seven days a week starting at 9AM until 3:30PM and are first come, first served.
The BLM says they're thankful to the the public for their patience, and understanding during the time they were closed.
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