The 528-acre Cold Springs Fire is now fully contained, the Boulder County Sheriff's Office announced Thursday night.
The fire broke out on Saturday, and at its peak, nearly 2,000 people were evacuated.
All of those evacuation orders were lifted by 8 p.m. Thursday -- meaning everyone was able to go home.
Eight homes were destroyed by the blaze, which is believed to have been caused by a campfire that wasn't probably extinguished. Two men have been taken into custody and charged with fourth-degree arson.
Residents returning to the fire area should expept a variety of hazards -- including fire-weakened trees, blowing ash and stump holes, the sheriff's office says.
Smoke from smoldering vegetation should be visible within the burn area over the next few weeks.