About Astoria

OUR MISSION

CONNECTION & STEWARDSHIP

Astoria Park Conservancy’s mission is to connect our community through inspiring experiences in nature that improve livability, health, and wellbeing. Our vision is that time spent at Astoria will foster healthier and happier individuals and a more broadly connected community. We are honored to be stewards of Astoria Hot Springs and Park.

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Ecology

Situated along the banks of the Wild and Scenic Snake River, Astoria Hot Springs and Park is home to an abundance of native flora and fauna. From the Cottonwood forests, wetland ecosystems, and sprawling meadows to soaring bald eagles, foraging moose, and cutthroat trout, Astoria has so much to offer nature enthusiasts and novices alike. Visit Astoria and become immersed in this essential wildlife habitat.

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Astoria Then & Now

Astoria has been loved by local Jackson families for generations, but Astoria has a longer history than most people realize. Park of our mission is to educate park visitors about this rich history dating back to Native American use of the hot springs.

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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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