JACKSON HOLE, WYO – Every dollar counts as the Campaign for Astoria Hot Springs Park closes in on its $6,000,000 goal.

This December, a $500,000 matching gift challenge has inspired broad community support, made possible by a generous donation from Snake River Sporting Club.

The latest response comes from Café Genevieve and Orsetto Italian Bar and Eatery—both supporting Astoria Hot Springs Park with a special local’s deal until December 22. For every 33-dollar, three-course menu order made at the participating eateries, $3 will be donated to Astoria Park Conservancy towards the matching challenge.

“We are proud to partner with Astoria Park Conservancy through our tasting menu promotion this December,” shared Fred Peightal, “Our new tasting menus at both locations offer locals great meal options and support the great work happening at Astoria.”

Menus at each restaurant will be changing throughout the promotion. Reservations can be made by calling 307-732-1910 for Café Genevieve and 307-203-2664 for Orsetto.

Rendering of Waterfall Pool at proposed Astoria Hot Springs Park. (Trust for Public Land)

About Astoria Hot Springs Park

Located on the banks of the Snake River, 15 miles south of Jackson and 15 miles north of Alpine, Astoria Hot Springs Park will be easy to get to, yet far removed from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Astoria’s state-of-the-art natural hot springs pools, nestled within a scenic riparian landscape with nature trails and picnic spots, will renew our body and soul, as well as the bonds between family, friends, and neighbors.

The Campaign for Astoria Hot Springs Park has raised more than 80% of the $6,000,000 goal with donations from 400 unique donors. In order to break ground without delay, another $1,000,000 must be raised by the end of the year.

Astoria Hot Springs was a place may kids learned to swim each summer. It closed to the public in 1999. (Gill Family)