Community Events

Astoria Park Conservancy is proud to present community events that support our mission to connect our community through inspiring experiences in nature that improve livability, health, and wellbeing.

Astoria Park Conservancy Program: JH Childrens Museum

The Jackson Hole Children’s Museum will center their Workshop Camp around designing their ideal Nature Playground as Astoria. Playground ideas will be presented to Astoria and discussed as a group...

Astoria Park Conservancy Program: Grand Teton Music Festival

Johnny Counts Cabin Event Lawn

Feel The Music – String Quartet A simple free afternoon concert, connecting the wellness benefits of hot springs, nature, and art. A String Quartet made up of Festival musicians hosted...

Moment of Zen: Hot Springs Yoga

Hot Springs Yoga SOLD OUT Enjoy an afternoon yoga practice within Astoria’s Leisure Pool as we move our bodies in the hot springs' healing mineral waters at 3pm on Sunday...

$20

Astoria May Hooray!

Johnny Counts Cabin Event Lawn

Join Astoria Park Conservancy and partners to welcome spring at the May Hooray! RSVP Today! About this event At this free, family event on the lawn outside of Astoria's hot...

RSVP - Free!
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Mini & Me Swim Lessons

Join Astoria Park Conservancy and Jackson Hole Swimming for Mini and Me swim lessons at Astoria! Classes will be capped at 6 pairs of parent/guardian and child groups per session...

$30

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Morning Meditation Soak

Morning Meditation Soak Register Today Join Astoria Park Conservancy and Rooted Mind for monthly themed meditations within the soaking pools that align with each month's unique qualities, helping us to...

$25

Event FAQs

Indoor COVID protocols

We recommend wearing masks when social distancing is not possible.

COVID PROCEDURES
What to expect if my program includes a soak

There are changing rooms you are welcome to use to transition into your soaking attire.

Soaking FAQs
General property rules

No dogs are allowed anywhere on our premises, including the parking lot and grounds on this side of the red bridge. This is a requirement of Teton County, as Astoria is located in a wildlife corridor.