Winter trail grooming will continue through March

JACKSON, Wyo. — Recreational trails in Teton County are supposed to stay groomed until March 15. But two of the most popular, Cache and Game Creek, will remain functional through Saturday, March 28.

Jackson/Teton County Parks & Recreation receives grant funding from the Wyoming State Trails Program, which keeps county trails groomed through March 15. But county staff recognized the value Cache and Game bring to the community, and due to the good snowpack this year, decided to extend grooming services through March 28.

Valley locations will be evaluated weekly to determine when staff will stop grooming those areas, which will be weather-dependent.

Parks & Recreation will conduct an open house and survey in early April to solicit feedback from the public on winter service levels. Until then, happy recreating.

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