" Astoria's soaking pools, fed by natural hot springs, will overlook the Snake River, nestled within open spaces and gathering areas. Our community supported the protection and construction and we now invite your help as we prepare for our 2020 opening. "

Paige Byron Curry
Astoria Park Conservancy Executive Director

We Can’t Wait to Welcome you to Astoria

Astoria Hot Springs is officially under construction and plans to open in mid 2020. Astoria will provide recreational opportunities centered around mineral hot springs pools and nestled within a nearly 100-acre riverside park. This non-profit park will offer hiking trails, picnic spots, river overlooks and more. Join the community excitement and support us with a donation today.

Voices of Astoria

Hear community members speak about why they cherish Astoria and what most excites them about our plans for the hot springs and park.

Bill Schwartz

Board Chair for Astoria Park Conservancy

Bill reminisces with his family about favorite Astoria memories, including learning how to swim at the former pool.

Jenny May Shervin

Farmer's Market of Jackson Hole Executive Director

Jenny looks forward to enjoying Astoria Hot Springs with her young children and family, just as she remembers doing during her childhood in Jackson.

Bari Bucholz

Alpine Resident

Bari emphasizes the importance of accessibility in bringing people together.

Charlie Hagen

Astoria Park Conservancy Board Member

Charlie looks forward to soaking at Astoria after a long day in the mountains.

William Bragg

Jackson Hole High Schooler

William looks forward to taking advantage of a new place to hang with family and friends.

Teresa Nelson

Teton Valley Resident

Teresa speaks to the value of affordable access to recreation opportunities in our community.

Ariana Snowdon

Astoria Campaign Committee Member

Ariana recounts special celebrations like birthday parties and campouts at the former Astoria.

Scott Crisp

JHHS Principal & Astoria Park Conservancy Board Member

Scott speaks to the growing need for equal access to outdoor opportunities in our community.

Grey & Gaines remember one of the “best days of their life” going to a hot springs and why they are excited about Astoria’s 2020 opening.

Kristen Fox

Astoria Park Conservancy Board Member

Kristen envisions an Astoria where anyone and everyone can experience the restorative power of nature.

Orion Bellorado

JHHS Educator & Local Business Owner

Orion shares stories & memories of Astoria prior to its closing.

Ariana Snowdon

Astoria Campaign Committee Member

Ariana is excited that today’s youngest community residents will once again grow up at Astoria, creating cherished memories.

Scott Crisp

JHHS Principal & Astoria Park Conservancy Board Member

Scott highlights how Astoria will become a living classroom for students.

Orion Bellorado

JHHS Educator & Local Business Owner

Orion is soon to expect his first child and shares his excitement about experiencing Astoria together with his growing family.

Stefani Ewert-Wells

Wilson Resident

" I am really excited to see Astoria Hot Springs re-open. What great way to utilize the development of a natural resource, so locals and visitors alike may take advantage this special place year around. I also believe that creating structures, pathways, and managed pools will help conserve the areas around the Snake River, which were being trampled by curious soakers as they navigated their way down to un-managed hot spots in the river. "

Phoebe Coburn

Teton Conservation District

" I’m really excited for Astoria to open because I’m looking forward to the community having an accessible place to be together in nature. "

Olaus Linn

Wilson Resident

" I think one of the greatest things that Astoria will bring to this community is that ability to go and sit in the hot springs and enjoy this totally natural swimming environment but without being a long hike away or in a private club. It’s really in a unique spot. "

Ariana Snowdon

Astoria Campaign Committee Member

" The community support, even from the beginning has been really exciting, and I think that speaks to what a special place this is and the memories and how treasured they are by members of this community. "

Orion Bellarado

JHHS Educator & Local Business Owner

" When Astoria closed down it was like a little piece of the community's soul died and to have that back will be tremendous. "

Teresa Nelson

Teton Valley Resident

" I think the best part of having Astoria Hot Springs rebuilt is not having to go sit in the muddpot anymore and having a place where we can go and enjoy our family in a clean, healthy, wonderful environment, where kids are safe and we can have fun. "

Bari Bucholz

Alpine Resident

" I love the idea of working from our natural resources and bringing people together all year round! "

Jenny May Shervin

Farmer's Market of Jackson Hole Executive Director

" The best thing about bringing Astoria back is being able to go somewhere south of town. I live south of town and it will be a wonderful place to bring my family, enjoy the pools, have little picnics and enjoy the area again. "

Kristen Fox

Astoria Park Conservancy Board Member

" I think it’s going to be great to have nature trails to be able to hike around; picnic areas are going to be wonderful just to be able to get outside with family and friends. "

Astoria Then & Now

Historically, Astoria Hot Springs was a community gathering place where families, kids and locals of all ages came to swim, relax and recreate. Looking forward, we envision an Astoria that will be all that and more. We want to hear your Astoria memories and excitement for the future of Astoria. Please share your story below and we may feature you in our campaign!

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