BOZEMAN, Mont. -

Officials with Yellowstone National Park report a small wildfire has been spotted near Lewis Falls.

The park shared a photo of the fire on its official  Facebook page.

It's currently less than a quarter acre and is located in an area that burned during the 1988 fires.

Park managers are monitoring the fire.

There are currently no closures associated with burn and none are anticipated.

Officials say the fire is visible from road near Lewis Falls, folks in the area are asked to pay attention to signs and not to report the fire.