Astoria Park Groundbreaking
June 20

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Teton Pass/Hwy 22 Closed due to landslide
Access to Astoria unaffected

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Our Mission

Connecting our community through inspiring experiences in nature that improve livability, health, and wellbeing.

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Welcome to Astoria

  • Tickets & Hours

    Astoria is open year-round. We offer multiple two-hour sessions per day beginning at 9am. Each session is separated by a 15 minute break. For an extended stay, guests are welcome to book back-to-back sessions and stay through the break. Advanced reservations are strongly recommended. Walk-ins are welcome if space is available. 100% of hot springs revenue supports the Astoria Park Conservancy's mission.

    Visiting Astoria Hot Springs
  • Getting Here

    Astoria is accessed by crossing the historic red bridge over the Snake River from highway 89/26 between Hoback Junction and Alpine. Due to recent bridge damage, vehicles must be under five tons AND 8'4" tall in order to cross the bridge. Vehicles too large to access the bridge may park in the highway turnoff at the entrance to the bridge. Guests will need to walk across the bridge to our facility (1200 feet / 5 minutes). If you arrive to find the main parking lot at the hot springs is full, please park in our overflow lot: exit the main lot the same way you came in, turn left at the stop sign, turn right at brown building (1000 feet / 4 minute walk).

  • Groups & Events

    Astoria is the perfect setting for your next group event. For more information about group admissions, visit tickets & hours above. Whether a wedding, birthday party, or corporate event, we have a variety of venues for groups of all sizes. Please visit our private events page for more details.

    Private Events
  • Amenities

    Our newly constructed, phase-one amenities offer a welcoming and clean environment in a spectacular setting. Our hot springs facility is open, and our larger 95-acre park will be developed in our second phase of construction in coming years.

  • First Time Visitors Guide

    Astoria Hot Springs and Park offers visitors an unquestionably unique experience in the Snake River Canyon. First-time visitors can learn everything you need to know about visiting the Hot Springs and Park by checking out our Frequently Asked Questions.


Upcoming Events & Programs

20 June
Astoria Park Groundbreaking
June, 20

Astoria Park Conservancy announces expansion The community is invited to a groundbreaking celebration to celebrate the beginning of construction of an innovative park that will expand the organization’s impact ten-fold ...

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20 June
Astoria’s 2024 Summer Swim Lessons
June, 20

Location: In the Pool

Children’s Swim Lessons Begin June 18th JH Swimming instructor Bri Karn will lead four 30-minute sessions. Please choose the appropriate group based on your child’s age and ability. See her bio...

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30 June
Integrative Breathwork
June, 30


Integrative Breathwork at Astoria Hot Springs with Medicine Wheel Wellness Register Today Integrative Breathwork is a transformational class created to improve health, healing, increase energy, and balanced well-being utilizing the...

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Astoria Park Conservancy

Astoria Park Conservancy's mission is to connect our community through inspiring experiences in nature that improve livability, health, and wellbeing. Astoria is a non-profit, donor funded park, stewarded by Astoria Park Conservancy. Astoria's nearly 100 acres include critical wildlife habitat and wetlands, a commercial public hot springs facility, and, once completed, trails, community gathering places, and much more. Our vision is that time spent at Astoria will foster healthier and happier individuals and a more broadly connected community.

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