2018's Camp Fire is currently the most destructive wildfire in California history based on the number of structures destroyed.
As it burned in Butte County, the Camp Fire destroyed more than 18,000 structures, most of them homes. The fire is also the deadliest in state history.
PHOTOS: Camp Fire burns through Butte County, California
The list of the 10 most destructive wildfires in California history has seen several recent updates. The North Bay fires in 2017 caused unprecedented damage, with the Tubbs Fire ranking as one of the most destructive ever. The Woolsey and Carr fires in 2018 also made the top 10.
Here are the most destructive fires in California history based on number of structures damaged, according to figures provided by CalFire on Aug. 8, 2019.
Structures destroyed: 18,804
Acres burned: 153,336
2. TUBBS FIRE - (Napa County, Sonoma County), October 2017
Structures destroyed: 5,636
Acres burned: 36,807
3. TUNNEL FIRE - Oakland Hills (Alameda County), October 1991
Structures destroyed: 2,900
Acres burned: 1,600
4. CEDAR FIRE (San Diego County), October 2003
Structures destroyed: 2,820
Acres burned: 273,246
5. VALLEY FIRE (Lake, Napa & Sonoma County), September 2015
Structures destroyed: 1,955
Acres burned: 76,067
6. WITCH FIRE (San Diego County), October 2007
Structures destroyed: 1,650
Acres burned: 197,990
Structures destroyed: 1,643
Acres burned: 96,949
Structures destroyed: 1,614
Acres burned: 229,651
9. NUNS FIRE (Sonoma County), October 2017
Structures destroyed: 1,355
Acres burned: 54,382
Structures destroyed: 1,063
Acres burned: 281,893