Wilson Boat Ramp will undergo grade and dust guard project

JACKSON, Wyo.  — Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation announced that the Wilson Boat Ramp will be graded and dust guarded next Monday or Tuesday depending on weather conditions.

The boat ramp will still be accessible during the duration of the project. The project may take both days.

The grading and dust guarding are expected to impact travel flow on the road itself.

If the schedules change, for both projects, due to weather conditions, Parks and Rec staff will notify the public.

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