CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- While all the fires in Albemarle, Louisa and Madison counties are now under control or extinguished, there are still several fires burning in the Shenandoah Valley.

However, the Virginia Department of Forestry says firefighters have nearly gotten all of the blazes in Page and Rockingham counties contained as of Monday afternoon.

The largest fire is the Waterfall Mountain Fire in Page County, which has burned 6,385 acres since Wednesday. It is now 80 percent contained.

The Capon/Brushy Run Fire in Rockingham County has burned nearly 2,560 acres and is 75 percent contained.

The Serenity Ridge Fire in Page County, which is 80 percent contained, has burned nearly 1,150 acres.

And the River Road Fire in Page County is 90 percent contained after burning 38 acres.

The Shenandoah National Park is also working with state and local officials to contain the Rocky Branch Fire in Page County.

This fire has burned 987 acres and is just 25 percent contained as of Monday afternoon.

The Appalachian Trail is still closed between Elkwallow and Beahms Gap, and Skyline Drive is closed between Thornton Gap and Mathews Arm Campground.

Additional closures include the Rocky Branch Trail, Neighbor Mountain, Jeremys Run, the Hull School Trail from Skyline Drive to Thornton River Upper Trail, and the Thornton River Upper Trail from Hull School Trail to Skyline Drive as well as Byrds Nest 4.

The national park instituted a fire ban last week, which remains in effect. This ban means building, attending, maintaining or using an open fire anywhere within the park’s boundaries is prohibited at this time.

And Virginia’s 4 p.m. burn law is in effect through April 30 as part of the Spring Wildfire Season.

Last week, firefighters responded to more than 100 wildfires in a 48-hour period, which burned more than 7,500 acres across Virginia.

These included fires in Albemarle, Louisa, Page, Rockingham, Tazewell, Dickenson, Augusta and Highland counties.

Rain over the weekend helped firefighters get several fires under control.