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About Astoria Park

Astoria is a nonprofit-owned, donor-funded park, stewarded by Astoria Park Conservancy, offering visitors a refuge of over 95 acres of open space along the Wild and Scenic Snake River. With plans under development now, our phase-two construction will be finalized with continued community engagement and partnerships in coming years. This development will include a system of walking trails and wildlife-watching overlooks, restoration of three existing ponds and immense wetlands, and gathering spaces such as a large picnic lawn with multiple picnic shelters, a Kiosko, and a nature playground. Please contact Astoria Park Conservancy staff for more information about planning efforts or to make a gift to support the phase-two development of Astoria Park. 

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Groundbreaking on 99+ Acres Astoria Park Expansion

Astoria Park Conservancy is completing the community’s vision for the nearly 100-acre park surrounding the popular hot springs.

The completed Astoria Park will offer visitors an innovative, health-focused restorative experience that builds on the Conservancy’s mission to enhance wellbeing and livability through inspiring experiences in the outdoors. With features such as the Nature Playground, a meditation trail and an expansive river overlook, the Park will allow the Conservancy to scale their success for generations to come.  Along with these human benefits, the project also includes nearly $2M of conservation, including a partnership with Ducks Unlimited to restore the current three ponds on site.

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PARK AMENITIES & ACTIVITIES

Amenities in the larger park were identified during the project’s initial Community Engagement process, which involved over 2,000 local residents in the design of Astoria. These amenities include walking trails, additional gathering areas, educational programming opportunities and interpretive signage, and wildlife watching. While there is no river access from the park, the riverside amenities will offer opportunities for visitors to connect to the river, learn about the riparian ecosystem, and be inspired by the Wild and Scenic Snake River.

To get involved in the planning process and ensure you are aware of upcoming opportunities for community engagement, please contact Astoria Park Conservancy staff and sign up for our newsletter.

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Programming

Astoria Park Conservancy is excited to bring special programming to the Hot Springs and Park with a goal of providing educational and immersive experiences connected to learning, wellness, conservation and equity & inclusion, for the benefit of the entire community.

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Private Events

Plan for the future, and have your next gathering at Astoria – your next birthday party, board meeting, reunion, corporate event, or wedding. For inquiries, contact us at events@astoriapark.org to talk about one of the event spaces below. Please note that event rentals do not include catering, tent or furniture rental, but a list of preferred vendors is available upon request.

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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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