Astoria Hot Springs

The original Astoria Hot Springs pool, a popular place for kids to learn to swim, closed in 1999 after decades of use.

Reopening Astoria Hot Springs will require more than a year of public hearings with county officials, those close to the project say, and will involve several real estate transactions.

But if all goes as planned, a 100-acre public park 3 miles south of Hoback Junction will result, along with a new lodge, 16 homes and 40 condominiums on the hillside north of Snake River Sporting Club.

Allie Gross covers Teton County government. Originally from the Chicago area, she joined the News&Guide in 2017 after studying politics and Spanish at Vanderbilt University in Nashville.

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