The temporary dog park at the Teton County Fairgrounds is scheduled to open Friday, a county release said.
It will be open to the public from sunrise to sunset through May 1, weather permitting. Users are asked to clean up after their pets.
The dog park is a collaboration between PAWS of Jackson Hole and Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation.
Last spring, PAWS program director Jess Farr told the Jackson Hole Daily it’s difficult to provide exact figures, but she estimated the park is open 120 days a year with 32 dogs using the park per day. That would mean 3,840 dog users last winter season in total, she said.
In a recently approved strategic plan, Parks and Rec ranked permanent off-leash dog parks as one of its top three most urgent priorities.