Temporary dog park will close a bit early

JACKSON, Wyo. — Teton County/Jackson Parks & Recreation will be taking down the temporary dog park located at the Teton County Fairgrounds on the morning of Wednesday, April 29. This means the last day for public use will be Tuesday, April 28.

It’s a few days earlier than the intended May 1 date set aside for takedown of the temporary seasonal park that serves dog owners with a place to let their pooches romp over the long winter. The early closure is to clear the area for the arrival of participants for the elk antler hunt—the fairgrounds is used as a parking/staging area for those horn hunting in the hills.

Also, as a reminder, TCSD property that comprises the Cow Pasture ball fields, William T. MacIntosh stadium, and the skateboard park remain closed to the public. All other parks, courts and fields managed by Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation remain open to use provided patrons adhere to Public Health guidelines.

Seasonal restrooms will not be opened until June 1 unless public health officials determine it is safe to do so earlier.

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