Astoria Hot Springs Park

Jackson, Wyoming

Services

Site Design
Landscape Architecture
Planning

Project Team

Andesron Hallas Architects
Cloward H2O
Jorgensen
360 Engineering
AE Design Group

Until it was closed to the public in 1999, Astoria Hot Springs was a scenic, familyoriented RV and tent campground with mineral hot spring pools, located on the banks of the Snake River about 15 minutes south of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Astoria Hot Springs offered great swimming and camping for locals and summer visitors touring nearby Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks. Developed in the early 1960s, the complex, including a large outdoor pool for children and adults and an adjacent triangular “kiddie pool”, was for many years the only local resource for children to learn to swim and for families to enjoy pool time together.

DHM Design is currently advancing the existing concept and schematic plans through public participatory design activities to design development and an overall 100-acre Astoria Park Master Plan. We will then further develop the 5-acre hot springs pool complex to detailed construction drawings, construction documentation and bidding and finally, construction administration.

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