These dramatic new figures equal four times the number of homes originally reported as destroyed.
The U.S. Forest Service says crews have been able to revise the damage report, now that there are fewer open flames.
Containment currently stands at 78 percent. The estimated cost to fight the fire has also risen to $11.4 million.
Firefighters say they could have the fire contained by Monday, June 10. They previously said it would be fully contained sometime this week.