Starting Wednesday a historic park in Sonoma County, miraculously unscathed by the Nuns Fire, will reopen free of charge through the end of the year to the public.

It’s just one way staff at the Jack London State Historic Park are saying thank you to the community and the firefighters who battled the devastating fire.

“We are so thankful to the thousands of firefighters and responders who converged on Sonoma County to help with the fires,” staff wrote on the park’s Facebook page. “They saved our park from mother nature's fury.”

The park is located along London Ranch Road, which, along with the rest of Glen Ellen, was hit hard by the fire.

In an Oct. 27 Facebook post, staff made the reopening announcement, thanking the community, and described the park as a community resource where one “can rejuvenate the soul and spirit.”