AFTON, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- A brush fire that was started by a Thursday afternoon vehicle fire is still burning, but state and federal crews are working to contain it.

The fire, now called the Royal Orchard Fire, is near the Albemarle/Nelson County line and stretches into the Shenandoah National Park.

It has burned about 20 acres and is 10 percent contained.

The Virginia Department of Forestry is working on the fire from one side, including a crew that was working on the Quaker Run fire in Madison County, and the National Park Service is working on it from the other side.

Crews are working to complete fire lines around the most difficult part of the fire, on the slope leading down to Interstate 64 where the vehicle fire initially occurred.

Due to these fire suppression activities, Skyline Drive is closed between Rockfish and Loft Mountain, and the Appalachian Trail is closed from Rockfish to Jarman Gap.

Meanwhile, the Quaker Run fire is now 100 percent contained.

Crews are continuing to patrol the area around the fire to watch for hot spots and reburn.