Astoria Hot Springs

An effort is underway to create a new Astoria Hot Springs along the Snake River south of Hoback, replacing the popular feature that closed in 1999.

Rocky Mountain Bank is awarding a $20,000 grant to the Astoria Hot Springs Park, the project’s most significant grant from a corporate entity to date, a press release said.

The gift will support the Trust for Public Land’s effort to develop the hot springs 16 miles south of Jackson into a family-oriented public park that includes a resort area with pools and nearly 100 acres of passive park land. The park would sit on the site of the hot springs park that closed in 1999.

Contact Allie Gross at 732-7063, county@jhnewsandguide.com or @JHNGcounty.

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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