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FROM THE DIRECTOR

OUR MISSION The Mission of the Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation Department is to provide present and future quality parks and recreation opportunities according to the needs of the residents.

PARK AND RECREATION BOARD MEETINGS

WELCOME TO THE TETON COUNTY/ JACKSON PARKS AND RECREATION WINTER 2017 ACTIVITY GUIDE After a very busy fall of events and programs, we are turning our attention to the opportunities of the winter and spring. I would also like to thank our terrific staff, partners at St. John’s Hospital and the community for making this year’s Turkey Trot walk/run one for the record books. We had over 620 participants this year, beating our old record of 420! Winter is a great time to explore the many groomed trails throughout the community, skate at one of our outdoor ice rinks, and of course take advantage of the Recreation Center. Our programming team will be providing a wide variety of fitness and adventure opportunities for all ages, and make sure to check out youth afterschool programs and swim lessons. We continue to be thankful for the opportunity to serve you, and provide your recreational and leisure services. Unleash the power of parks and recreation this Winter! Reach your goals, discover new adventures, increase your knowledge, and most of all, have FUN doing it!

Steve Ashworth Director

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Regularly scheduled board meetings are held the second Thursday of each month starting at 5:00 pm. Meetings are generally held at the Jackson Town Council Chambers on Pearl Street. Public input is always encouraged. For more information regarding the Advisory Board or to request to be on the agenda, please contact Christina Ramos at cramos@tetonwyo.org

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation Department is committed to excellence by providing the best programs and services within our means. If you or a family member are not satisfied with a class, program, or activity offered by our department, every effort will be made to satisfy your needs by offering the following options: • Repeat the same program free of charge. • Receive credit for another program or class. • Receive a full refund. - No questions asked! Sorry, this does not apply to league fees.


TETON COUNTY/JACKSON PARKS & RECREATION Recreation Center and Administrative Offices 155 East Gill Avenue Jackson, WY 83001 www.tetonparksandrec.org Mailing Address PO Box 811 | Jackson, WY 83001 Administration Office…………………………….307.733.5056 Recreation Center Front Desk ……………….307.739.9025 ADMINISTRATION Director.............................................................. Steve Ashworth................ sashworth@tetonwyo.org. . ..... 307.732.5752 Executive Assistant....................................... Christina Ramos............... cramos@tetonwyo.org............... 307.732.5751 PARKS Parks Manager................................................. Andrew Erskine................ aerskine@tetonwyo.org.............307.732.5793 RECREATION CENTER Recreation Center Manager....................... Jill Russell........................... jrussell@tetonwyo.org................307.732.5754 Customer Service Supervisor.................... Ben Arlotta........................ barlotta@tetonwyo.org..............307.732.5758 Maintenance Supervisor.............................. Rick Smith.......................... rsmith@tetonwyo.org.................307.732.5763 Aquatics Programmer.................................. Chuck Parquet.................. cparquet@tetonwyo.org............307.732.5760 PROGRAMS Recreation Program Manager................... Andrew Fleck.................... afleck@tetonwyo.org..................307.732.8485 Adult Outdoor & Races................................ Jill Harkness....................... jharkness@tetonwyo.org...........307.732.5762 Youth Outdoor & Sports.............................. Mike Estes........................... mestes@tetonwyo.org............... 307.732.5761 Adult Sports..................................................... BriAnna Karn..................... bkarn@tetonwyo.org..................307.732.5755 Youth Education & Camp Jackson.......... Cheyenne McCollum....... cmccollum@tetonwyo.org........307.732.5756

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Policies & Fees

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Special Events

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Aquatic Center

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Youth Programs

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Fitness

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Adult Programs

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Swim Lessons

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Adult Sports

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CPR/First Aid Classes

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Winter Schedules 2


POLICIES & FEES The Recreation Center has a full size basketball court, a 25 yard 8 lane lap pool, therapy pool, leisure pool, 185’ water slide with splash down pool, hot tub, sauna and steam room. We also provide a variety of fitness classes in both the multipurpose room and gym.

RECREATION CENTER POLICIES • • • • • • • •

Check-in is required at the front desk of the center. At check-in, guests are asked to pay the entry fee, based on either residency or non-residency. Locals present a recreation center resident card. Gym shoes must be worn in the gym. Street shoes, boots or marking shoes are not permitted. We appreciate it if you carry in your shoes. An adult must accompany children in the water whom are less than 3 1/2 feet tall and must remain in the aquatic facility with children under eight years old. An adult must accompany children under eight years old in the gym. Please report any damaged or broken equipment to the front desk staff. Compliance with facility rules is imperative. Facility rules are posted in their respective areas and have been designed for patron safety. The recreation center is a tobacco, drug and alcohol free facility. Patrons may bring in their own lock for use in the locker room. Locks are also available at the front desk of the recreation center.

RECREATION CENTER HOURS

RECREATION CENTER FEES Single Entry Infant 0 - 2 Child 3 - 12 Youth 13 - 17 Adult 18 - 62 Senior 63 + Family*

Resident free w/paid adult $2.50 $3.00 $3.75 $2.50 $12.00

Non-Resident free w/paid adult $ 4.50 $ 5.50 $ 7.00 $ 4.50 $23.00

PUNCH CARDS

Monday - Friday Saturday Sunday Saturday Adult Only Gym Sunday Adult Only Gym

6:00 am - 8:00 pm 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm 12:00 pm - 7:00 pm 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

RESIDENT MONTHLY FEES Child 3 -12 Youth 13 - 17 Adult 18 - 62 Senior 63 + Family*

Child 3 - 12 Youth 13 - 17 Adult 18 - 62 Senior 63 +

1 month $30.00 $36.00 $45.00 $30.00 $144.00

Resident 10 punch $23.50 $27.00 $33.50 $23.50

6 months $150.00 $180.00 $230.00 $150.00 $735.00

Resident 20 punch $42.00 $51.00 $63.00 $42.00

12 months $270.00 $324.00 $405.00 $270.00 $1,296.00

Non-Resident 10 punch $38.00 $46.00 $59.00 $38.00

*Families A family is considered the immediate family, not extended family such as grandparent, cousin, nanny, or children 18 and over. Family rates include up to five persons maximum. Each additional child under 18 years old who is a resident add $2.50 Each additional child under 18 who is not a resident add $4.50. 3


PROOF OF RESIDENCY FOR PROPER FEES A Wyoming Driver’s license with a Teton County address, rent receipt, property tax receipt, car registration, copy of voter registration, or current utility bill can be used as proof of residency. Recreation center staff must verify residency to qualify. To receive resident rates, a resident ID card must be purchased for $10. The card is valid for two years.

PUNCH CARDS Each punch card holder must purchase a resident ID card. Each resident ID card holder can have “punches” electronically added to this card. A $5 fee will be charged for lost cards. Punch cards purchased for the recreation center give access to the recreation center facilities, but do not include programs. Other punch cards are available for some programs such as water aerobics and fitness classes. Punch cards are for the individual whose name appears on the card, and are not transferable to friends and/or other family members. Non-resident punch cards are also available. Punch cards do not expire, and unused punches are NON-REFUNDABLE.

RECREATION CENTER FACILITY RENTALS Groups can rent the recreation center for an hour or all night. The center is available after regular hours. Contact Jill Russell in the administrative office at 732-5754 for detailed information and required fees.

LOCKERS Patrons may bring their own lock for use in the locker room, or they are available at the front desk.

BIRTHDAY PARTIES The recreation center has a meeting room that is perfect for birthday parties. Make a splash, and then use the party room to open presents or eat cake. An adult must accompany children in the water whom are less than 3 1/2 feet tall and must remain in the aquatic facility with children under 8 years old. An inflatable bounce-around has been added to the birthday party inventory of activities available for use in the gym. If the bounce-around is requested, an additional fee will be required and it must be reserved in advance. Parents, please note: alcohol is prohibited in the recreation center. Birthday parties require a 48-hour prior reservation. Call 739-9025 or stop by the recreation center front desk to make arrangements.

DAY AND TIME AVAILABLE

Friday: Saturday: Sunday: Fees:

3:30 pm - 5:30 pm & 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm (the bounce house is only available from 2:00 - 3:00) 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm (the bounce house is only available from 3:30 - 4:30) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm (the bounce house is only available from 1:00 - 2:00) 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm 2 hours, up to 15 children $50 for pool and meeting room $70 to include the bounce-around $2.50 each additional child if more than 15 participate $3.75 each adult that swims, some may be required (see guidelines above)

EQUIPMENT RENTAL Sports equipment for parties, family reunions and other events may be checked out from the front desk of the recreation center. The front desk also accepts advance reservations for equipment. Call 739-9025.

Softball set Flag Football Horseshoe set Portable Volleyball set Portable Badminton set Volleyball, Soccer ball Basketball, Football Stopwatch Croquet set Bocce set Broomball set

$10/day $10/day $2/day $10/day $10/day $2/day $2/day $2day $2/day $6/day $10/day

$100 deposit $100 deposit $ 25 deposit $200 deposit $100 deposit $ 25 deposit $ 25 deposit $ 25 deposit $ 25 deposit $100 deposit $100 deposit

PROGRAM REGISTRATION • All programs and classes require pre-registration along with payment in full at time of registration, unless otherwise noted. • Instructors may not accept registration fees from participants. Register early to insure that the program you desire isn’t filled or cancelled due to below minimum enrollment. • Cash, check, Master Card, Visa, American Express and Discover cards are accepted methods of payment at the recreation center front desk. Make checks payable to: Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation Department. • This guide is published for informational purposes only. 4


AQUATIC CENTER

AQUATIC AREA GUIDELINES • US Coast Guard approved lifejackets are available

• Proper swimming attire is required.

for use in the aquatic area at no charge.

• Diving board hours may vary according to patron

• No additional flotation devices can be brought

attendance and number of staff.

into the aquatic area. (noodles, floatation suits,

• Please remove shoes when walking on pool deck.

blow-up toys, rings, etc.) • All children under the age of three must wear either a disposable or re-usable swim diaper, both are available at the front desk. 5

• An adult must accompany children in the water whom are less than 3 1/2 feet tall and must remain in the aquatic facility with children under eight years old.


JAN - APRIL LAP SWIM Monday-Friday Friday 6:00 am – 8:00 pm Limited lanes available from 3:30pm-6:00pm

Saturday 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Adults Only 1:00 pm – 8:00 pm Sunday 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Adults Only 1:00 pm – 7:00 pm Lap schedule changes frequently, please contact the front desk at 307.739.9025 for daily schedules Lap swimmers must share lanes or circle swim when necessary

FAMILY SWIM Monday – Friday 3:30 pm – 8:00 pm Saturday 1:00 pm – 8:00 pm Sunday 1:00 pm – 7:00 pm Waterslide closes one hour before family swim ends.

HEIGHT AND AGE REQUIREMENTS FOR CHILDREN AT THE RECREATION CENTER An adult must accompany children in the water whom are less than 3 1/2 feet tall and must remain in the aquatic facility with children under eight years old. This guideline is set not only for children’s safety but for parental assurances as well. It is also a state law.

TODDLER SWIM Monday-Friday 8:30 am – 3:00 pm Children 5 years and under only please. Parents must accompany children in the water. Swim Diapers are REQUIRED for all children under the age of three. They are available for purchase at the front desk. 6


FITNESS

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GROUP FITNESS CLASSES Classes may be added and the schedule can be altered each month. Current schedules are available at the front desk of the recreation center or online. Classes and class times are subject to change. Fitness classes are geared toward adults and teens that are age 16 and over. Classes take place in the multi-purpose room and the gymnasium of the recreation center. Classes during summer months often go outside.

Fee: 15 Classes - $82.50 • 10 Classes - $60.00 • Drop in - $8.00 Punches can be used for any of the classes listed below

ZUMBA® The Zumba® program fuses hypnotic Latin rhythms and easy-to-follow moves to create a one-of-a-kind fitness program that will blow you away. The routines feature interval training sessions where fast and slow rhythms and resistance training are combined to tone and sculpt your body while burning fat. Add some Latin flavor and international zest into the mix and you’ve got a Zumba® class!

TOTAL FITNESS Strength training and toning is the primary focus of the class. Resist-a-balls, Bosu balls, kettlebells, stretch tubes, body bars, weights and other equipment will be used to accomplish your fitness goals.

SPINNING Spinning classes are a great cardio workout that get you in shape for all sports especially summer riding. Spinning classes tend to be more popular during the winter and spring months when outdoor cycling is not available due to weather and surface conditions. The class size is currently limited to nine participants due to a limited number of bikes. Classes are on a first-come first-serve basis. All levels are encouraged to attend.

YOGA Join us for an invigorating workout for the union of the mind and body though slow and controlled movement and conscious breathing. We offer different styles with different instructors. All fitness levels are encouraged to attend.

Monday, Wednesday & Friday classes are held in chest deep water. Participants do not need to have any swimming ability to join in. Classes on Tuesdays and Thursday are usually held in deep water. Participants must be comfortable in water over their head.

AQUA ZUMBA New this fall (beginning in October) is an Aqua Zumba class that takes the same fun Latin rhythms and adds water to the dance mix. Zumba and water – how can that be any better for a workout? At the same time you don’t have to worry about getting you hair wet, and you do not need to have any swimming ability to join in

PILATES Pilates strengthens the muscles that support the spine (the neck, shoulders, abs, hips and thighs) to bring balance into the body. Most body aches and pains are due to muscular imbalance. Pilates helps to realign the spine in order to decrease tension, increase flexibility, and strengthen the body from the inside out.

GET FIT! An early morning workout designed to increase physical strength, flexibility, power, cardio-vascular endurance and agility for the before-work crowd. Resist-a-balls, stretch tubes, medicine balls and weights will be used to accomplish your goals.

JAZZERCISE

An early morning workout including strength training and toning for the before-work crowd. Resist-aballs, stretch tubes, medicine balls and weights are used to accomplish an all body workout with great instruction.

A mix of dance-based cardio and strength training for a calorie crushing total body workout. The class format features a quick warm-up and stretch, followed by a high intensity dance workout to reach optimal heart rates. Strength training targets the three major muscle groups - upper body, abs, and legs, so you’ll feel it where you need it.

WATER FITNESS

STAND UP PADDLE BOARD YOGA

BOOT CAMP

Working out in the water is one of the best and easiest ways to improve muscle tone, realize cardiovascular benefits and have fun while doing it. There is no strain on joints and can be more effective than a gym workout in a fraction of the time. Our water fitness classes incorporate the use of equipment to maximize water resistance in all dimensions of movement, providing full range of motion and increased flexibility.

Stand Up Paddle Board Yoga workshops will take place the first Saturday of each month beginning in January at the recreation center in the lap pool. Workshops will be January 7, February 4, March 4 and April 1. Inflatable standup paddle boards will be provided. Workshops will be approximately ninety minutes in length. Pre-registration is required. 8


SWIMMING

SWIM LESSONS The Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation Department offers a variety of swim lessons for persons six months of age and older. The aquatot and preschool programs were designed by professional staff to provide the best opportunity for individuals to reach their potential. The American Red Cross program is utilized for grade school lessons. All instructors must complete an extensive training program designed by American Red Cross professionals. Our instructors are sensitive to the apprehensions and fears of the beginner swimmer, yet seek to challenge and stimulate the more advanced swimmer. Be sure to check our specialty classes. There is a class designed for everyone with a desire to improve their swimming ability.

AQUA TOTS Aqua Tots is a program providing six month to threeyear-old children and their parent(s) an opportunity to learn and experience the fun of swimming together. A minimum of four children must be enrolled to conduct the class. Swim diapers are required for the Aqua Tot program. 9

WINTER SWIM LESSON ONLINE REGISTRATION

April 4th, 7:00pm Classes Run April 10-June 1 No Lessons May 29 REGISTER AT www.tetonparksandrec.org


PRESCHOOL SWIM LESSONS

SWIM LESSONS

With our progressive swimming program, your child will move from being a first time Guppie all the way up to a Seal - cruising through the water with ease! Â These classes are a great experience in skill development and social adjustment for children three to five years of age that have some aquatic experience. Kindergarten children may go into preschool or grade school lessons. These classes operate on a small student/teacher ratio. Guppies will now have a maximum of four children per instructor to ensure your child learns to enjoy and respect the water. Other classes require a minimum of four children enrolled to conduct a class.

These American Red Cross progressive programs are for anyone over six years of age. Classes encourage all participants to reach their maximum potential as a swimmer. Kindergarten children may go to preschool or grade school lessons. A minimum of four students must be enrolled in order to conduct the class.

GUPPIES

LEVEL 3

Non-swimmer, not water adjusted or the first time in a group lesson without a parent. This class emphasizes water adjustment and learning how to enjoy and respect the water.

POLLIWOGS Polliwog participates must have completed Guppies. Non-swimmer, has been water adjusted. This class will work on introductory swimming skills.

TADPOLES Tadpole participants must have completed Polliwogs. Develop front and back skills. Fundamentals of the front crawl stroke, breath control, and deep-water adjustment are covered.

LEVEL 1Â This class is geared to help students feel comfortable in the water and to be able to enjoy the water safely.

LEVEL 2 This level two class provides students with opportunities for success in fundamental skills. Front/back floating and front crawl are taught. Continuation of level two skills with an emphasis on front crawl, back crawl and introduction of the butterfly.

LEVEL 4 The purpose of this class is to build student confidence and performance of the swimming strokes learned in level three by providing additional practice.

LEVEL 5 This level five class provides further coordination and refinement of strokes.

FROGS Frog participants must have completed the Tadpole course. Can swim 20 feet and knows the basics of rhythmic breathing. Along with increasing rhythmic breathing, backstroke skills and endurance will be developed.

OTTERS Otters must have completed the Frog course. Can swim 15 yards and introduction of the elementary backstroke. Under water swimming and endurance swimming are stressed.

SEALS Seals must be able to swim 25 yards front crawl, 15 yards backstroke. Breaststroke is introduced along with more emphasis on endurance training.

PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS We also offer private swimming lessons for youth or adults. If you are interested in lessons for yourself or a child call the private lesson line at 732-8484. A time will be arranged that is convenient for both student and instructor. All lessons must be paid two days in advance. No refunds if cancellation is made less than 24 hours in advance. The fee for private lessons is $40 per one half hour for one student or $32.50 per one half hour for 2 or more students. 10


CPR/FIRST AID CLASSES The content within the AID/CPR/AED program reflects the most current scientific recommendations, and includes the knowledge and skills necessary for participants to safely identify and give appropriate care, regardless of the type of the emergency. This program stresses the basic steps to follow in any emergency, beginning with the most important step - the decision to act - and helps participants confront their fears of getting involved and giving care. The American Red Cross program explains the emergency medical services (EMS) system, emphasizes the need for rapid medical assistance in and emergency and provides instruction on appropriate care for a variety of injuries and sudden illnesses that first responders may encounter in their workplaces, communities and homes. CLASS

DATES

TIME

COURSE #

Adult Child/Infant/AED CPR and First Aid

Jan 24

$80

9:00am-4:00pm

10297

Adult Child/Infant/AED CPR and First Aid

Feb 14

$80

9:00am-4:00pm

10298

Adult Child/Infant/AED CPR and First Aid

Feb 23

$80

9:00am-4:00pm

10299

Adult Child/Infant/AED CPR and First Aid

Feb 28

$80

9:00am-4:00pm

10300

Adult Child/Infant/AED CPR and First Aid

Mar 7

$80

9:00am-4:00pm

10301

Adult Child/Infant/AED CPR and First Aid

Mar 28

$80

9:00am-4:00pm

10302

Adult Child/Infant/AED CPR and First Aid

Mar 29

$80

9:00am-4:00pm

10303

Adult Child/Infant/AED CPR and First Aid

Apr 18

$80

9:00am-4:00pm

Adult Child/Infant/AED CPR and First Aid

Apr 19

$80

9:00am-4:00pm

Adult Child/Infant/AED CPR and First Aid

May 2

$80

9:00am-4:00pm

Adult Child/Infant/AED CPR and First Aid

May 9

$80

9:00am-4:00pm

Adult Child/Infant/AED CPR and First Aid

May 16

$80

9:00am-4:00pm

Adult Child/Infant/AED CPR and First Aid

May 23

$80

9:00am-4:00pm

Upon successful completion of the course students will receive a certification valid for two years. Classes will be held at the 4-H extension building. 255 W. Deloney Please be on time; door locks 5 minutes after class begins, no late entries allowed and refunds for tardiness will not be given. No cell phones during class times.

SCUBA-OPEN WATER CLASSES Join Gary McConnell at the recreation center pool to begin your underwater diving experience. Each class is set up on an individual basis to meet the times of both the students and instructor. Please call Gary for more information or to set up a time, 739-0850. Fee: $250 for groups of three or four $300 for groups of one or two

LIFEGUARD TRAINING Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation Department will be offering an American Red Cross Lifeguard Training Course. This course will certify an individual to become a non-surf lifeguard. Participants must be able to meet or pass all course prerequisites listed below. Books for the course may be picked up at registration time and participants are advised to read course material before the class begins. For more information, contact the pool staff at 739-9025. Fee: $125. Course Dates: TBA 11

FEE


SPECIAL EVENTS

ADULT WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT This year is our 32nd Annual Women’s Volleyball Tournament. We have teams come in from Idaho, Wyoming and Utah. The tournament consist of match play in accordance with modified USA rules. Pool play sets the seeding for the single elimination tournament the following day. Don’t miss out on this fun and high energy tournament!

Volleyball Tourney Fri/Sat Mar 17 and 18 $200 12


YOUTH PROGRAMS

After School Programs COLTER DISCOVERY CLUBS

Our Colter Discovery Clubs offer opportunities for youth in 3rd through 5th grade to discover, explore and ignite interest in activities and hobbies around Teton County. Clubs meet after school in the Colter Cafeteria. Discovery Clubs employ community experts to help participants learn more about a particular activity or hobby. Look for brochures to come home from school, at the Recreation Center, or online at tetonparksandrec.org. Cost varies, but typically runs around $10.00 per day. Monday-Friday 2:55 pm - 5:30 pm Grades: 3rd-5th Location: Meets at Colter Elementary Cafeteria Pick Up: Location determined with Club Info Session 4 Registration opens online on Wednesday, Jan 25 at 7:00pm Session 5 Registration opens online on Wednesday, March 22 at 7:00pm *Please be sure to verify your online account prior to registration

KIDS CLUB

AFTER THE BELL ACTIVITIES

Kid’s Club provides a safe, supervised environment afterschool for students K-2nd to learn social skills and expand school day learning. Our goal is to offer an enriching program that: provides opportunities to make new friends, fosters academic success develops core competencies and basic skills, and promotes having fun. Kid’s Club activities include age/grade appropriate games, crafts, reading, music, dance, fun educational lessons, and recreational play.

After the Bell Activities are for middle school students in sixth through eighth grades. Activities meet one day a week, after school in the Middle School Commons for a six or eight week session. We employ community experts to help participants learn more about a particular activity/hobby. Look for more information coming home with your students this fall!

Monday- Friday 3:05 pm – 6:00 pm • Grades: K-2nd • Location: Jackson Elementary School• Fee: $10 per day

Call 307-732-5761 for more information.

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summer Camp

Set in the shadow of the Tetons, Camp Jackson promises to send your kid’s home happy, tired, often wet and sometimes muddy!

Camp Jackson

Times: Monday- Friday, 8:30am-5:30pm June 19th - August 25 Location: Jackson Elementary School Fee: $45 per day

Camp Jackson is split into 5 Groups Wooly Buggers: Children entering 1st Rock Hoppers: Children entering 2nd Wranglers: Children entering 3rd Explorers: Children entering 4th Adventurers: Children entering 5th & 6th Registration is open March 7-August 25, 2017. Registration forms will be accepted in person at the Recreation Center at 155 E Gill St. or by mail to TCJPR, Attn: Camp Jackson, PO Box 811, Jackson, WY 83001. Registrations will NOT be accepted via fax. Registrations will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. Once registration has been processed, you will receive an email confirmation receipt with the dates your child is registered for Camp Jackson. Registration packet will be available online or at the Recreation Center beginning Tuesday, February 21st.

DAY TRIPS Join your loved Camp Jackson councilors for a day out! Visit Tautphaus Park Zoo, Bear World, Swim at Heise Hot Springs, zip down the slides at Rexburg Rapids after a game of Laser Tag & so much more! Time: 8:30am 6:00pm Meeting Location & Pick Up: Rec Center Lobby Fees: $45-$60.

C.I.T. PROGRAM

(COUNSELOR IN TRAINING)

The counselor in training program is meant provide youth with an opportunity to learn the ins and outs jilthen screened and review. Youth will go through an interview process and those who we felt have matched our need will be “hired” and mentored as a counselor for our summer camp as well as our summer school afterschool programs. This program is a great way to get some early job experience and a foot in the door a future Camp Jackson counselor! We are so happy to say this program grows larger each year. In order to accommodate as many youth as we can and give a fair amount of time to interested youth we can only give a maximum of 20 days, or approximately one month. Thank you for understanding. Applications and registration packets will be available February 21st.

Date & Time: 8:30am-5:30pm Monday – Friday June 19th – August 25th

Ages: Entering 6th-entering 9th Grade Cost: $15.00

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Archery

TCJPR provides many opportunities for youth and adults to learn about and continue their interest in archery. Try Archery, Explore Archery, Open Range, and the Jackson Hole Archery Club are some of the different programs available to youth and adults. Classes are held at the recreation center.

TRY ARCHERY! RANGE PASS Try Archery classes are a one hour introduction to target archery. This class is intended to teach students range safety and whistle commands, get fitted for equipment, and learn the steps of shooting a bow and arrow. Students will receive a Range Pass upon successful completion of this class. Every Monday 5:15-6:15 pm • Fee $ 8 • Adults Welcome!

OPEN RANGE (RANGE PASS REQUIRED) The archery range at the recreation center is open for public shooting. Participants must have completed a Try Archery! Range Pass class prior to participation. All equipment is provided. Personal equipment is allowed; maximum 40 lb. draw weight, field tip arrows only. Mondays 4:45-6:15pm beginning January 9 (no open range January 16, February 20, March 27, & April 3) punch cards or drop-ins available • drop-in $8 • five punch-$35 • ten punch-$60 • fifteen punch-$82.50 15

EXPLORE ARCHERY FOR 3RD TO 5TH GRADERS Explore archery is an introductory program to the lifelong sport of target archery. Students earn achievement awards through active participation in individual and team building activities. All equipment is provided. Mondays, 3:30-4:45pm

EXPLORE ARCHERY FOR 6TH TO 8TH GRADERS Explore Archery is an introductory program to the lifelong sport of target archery. Students earn achievement awards through active participation in individual and team building activities. All equipment is provided. Mondays, 4:45-6:15pm


JACKSON HOLE ARCHERY CLUB

TAEKWONDO

JOAD (JUNIOR OLYMPIC ARCHERY DEVELOPMENT)

Taekwondo is a Korean martial art and an Olympic sport which strives to teach courtesy, integrity, perseverance, self-control and indomitable spirit. Instructor, John Kidwell, is a fourth degree black belt who has been teaching taekwondo to children and adults since 1988. Fridays, January 6- March 24 Fridays January 6- March 24 Beginners and White Belts, Course # 10172 Yellow and Orange Belts, Course # 10173 Orange, Green Belts and Adults, Course # 10174 Fee: $96

JHAC JOAD is a program for youth 8-20 years old to further their interest in target style archery. The JOAD program is part of USA Archery which is the governing body of Archery in the United States. Participants earn pins as they progress through the different levels. Membership in USA Archery is required to participate in sanctioned tournaments and activities. Mondays and Wednesdays 4:30-6:15 pm January 9-May 22 (No Classes March 27/April 3) Fee $85 Course Code # 10307 *USA Archery Membership $ 35 *(Annual fee. Register online at http://www.teamusa. org/usa-archery)

ADULT ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM The adult membership with the JHAC is for adults, 21 and older who want to continue their interest in archery. Adult membership with USA Archery will allow participants to enter sanctioned tournaments and participate in the advancement program with JHAC. Mondays and Wednesdays 4:45-6:15 pm January 9-March 22 (No Classes Jan 16 & Feb 20) Fee $75 Course Code # 10308 *USA Archery Membership $ 35 *(Annual fee. Register online at http://www.teamusa. org/usa-archery)

YOUTH BASKETBALL Jackson Hole Youth Basketball and TCJPR are partnering together to offer a fun, active introduction to basketball. Tuesday/Thursday January 5 – February 9 3:30-4:15 Grades K & 1, Course # 10200 4:30-5:30 Grades 2 & 3, Course # 10201 Fee: $56

YOUTH INDOOR SOCCER CGA Academy and TCJPR are partnering together to offer an active introduction to indoor soccer. Youth Indoor Soccer League is a fun, recreational league for boys and girls in 3rd and 4th Grade. Shin guards recommended. Tuesday/Thursday February 14 – March 23 3:30-4:15 Grade K, Course # 10202 4:30-5:30 Grades 1 & 2, Course # 10203 5:30-6:30 Grades 3 & 4,w Course # 10204 Fee: $56

PROGRAM

AGE

DATE

TIME

FEE

Explore Archery Session 1

3rd to 5th Grade

Jan 9 - Feb 13

3:30 – 4:45 pm

$35

Explore Archery Session 2

3rd to 5th Grade

Feb 27 - Mar 20

3:30 – 4:45 pm

$28

Explore Archery Session 3

3rd to 5th Grade

Apr 17- May 22

3:30 – 4:45 pm

$42

Explore Archery Session 1

6th to 8th Grade

Jan 9 - Mar 20

4:45 – 6:00 pm

FREE

Explore Archery Session 2

6th to 8th Grade

Apr 17-May 22

4:45 – 6:00 pm

FREE

JHAC JOAD

8-20 Years Old

Jan 9 - May 22

4:30 - 6:15 pm

$85

Adult Achievement

Adults 21+

Jan 9 - Mar 22

4:30 - 6:15 pm

$75

Taekwondo Beginner & White Belt

5+

Jan 6- Mar 24

3:30 - 4:30 pm

$96

Taekwondo Yellow and Orange Belts

8+

Jan 6- Mar 24

4:30 - 5:30 pm

$96

Taekwondo Orange, Green Belts

8 - Adult

Jan 6- Mar 24

5:30 - 6:30 pm

$96

Youth Basketball

Grades K & 1

Jan 5 – Feb 9

3:30 - 4:15 pm

$56

Youth Basketball

Grades 2 & 3

Jan 5 – Feb 9

4:30 - 5:30 pm

$56

Youth Indoor Soccer

Grade K

Feb 14 – Mar 23

3:30 - 4:15 pm

$56

Youth Indoor Soccer

Grades 1 & 2

Feb 14 – Mar 23

4:30 - 5:30 pm

$56

Youth Indoor Soccer

Grades 3 & 4

Feb 14 – Mar 23

5:30 - 6:30 pm

$56 16


ADULT PROGRAMS

WOMEN’S SKATE SKI WORKSHOP Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation Department and the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort are offering a Women’s Skate Ski Workshop to learn the skate ski technique or to improve your technique. The workshop is geared toward beginner/advanced beginner skate skiers. Skiers need to bring their own skate ski equipment or rent equipment. Skinny Skis is offering 50% off rental fees for skate ski equipment for this workshop. Contact Skinny Skis at 733-6094 for more information. The workshop will take place on the groomed ski track at the groomed Wilson Centennial Trail. Seasoned instructors from the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort will instruct the workshop. Day: Saturday Date: January 21 Time: 9:30 am – 12:00 pm Location: Wilson Centennial Trail Groomed Ski Track. Meet at the START Bus shelter at the Stilson Parking Lot Registration deadline: Register at the recreation center or online by 12:00 pm January 20 Age: Adult Fee: $35 Course Code: 10175 17


LATINO NORDIC SKI WORKSHOP Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation Department and the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort are offering a Spanish Language Classic Cross Country and Skate Ski Workshop for adults. The workshop is geared toward beginner skiers. Seasoned instructors from the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort will lead the workshop. Community volunteers will interpret the workshop. The workshop will take place on the groomed ski track at the Wilson Centennial Trail.  Skinny Skis is offering 50% off rental fees for classic and skate ski rentals for this workshop. Contact Skinny Skis at 733-6094 for more information. Day: Saturday Date: January 21 Time: 1:30 – 3:30 pm Location: Wilson Centennial Trail Groomed Ski Track. Meet at the START Bus Shelter at the Stilson Parking Lot Registration deadline: 12:00 pm January 19 Fee: $28 Classic Ski Workshop Course code: 10183 Skate Ski Workshop Course Code: 10184 18


ADULT CROSS COUNTRY SKI TOURS

WOMEN’S FAT BIKE WORKSHOP

Discover some of the classic cross country ski tours in Jackson Hole! Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation Department is offering two cross country ski tours geared toward intermediate level skiers. Participants are required to have some backcountry ski touring experience as the outings are tours, not lessons. Skiers need to be well prepared and provide their own cross country ski equipment, lunch, water, backpack and extra clothing. Transportation and guide are provided.

Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation Department and Teton Mountain Bike Tours have partnered together to offer a Women’s Fat Bike Workshop at the Snake River Sporting Club. Try out the latest buzz in winter activities with fat bikes with 4”- 5” tires that may be ridden in snow, sand and soft surfaces! Instructors Molly Breslin and Jo Warden will provide information on Fat Bikes, equipment, clothing, technique and etiquette. The workshop is geared toward novice riders though all riders are welcome to participate. Workshop participants need to bring their own Fat Bike or rent a bike.

South Shadow Mountain Area Moderate: 6 miles Thursday, February 16 9:15 am departure Course code: 10206 Registration deadline is 10:00 am February 15 Ditch Creek Area Moderate: 6 miles Monday, March 6 9:15 am departure Course code: 10205 Registration deadline is 12:00 pm March 3 Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation Department is a permitee of the Bridger-Teton National Forest and is an equal opportunity service provider. Scheduled trips are subject to change and/or cancellation due to weather and snow conditions. The outings leave from the Teton County/Jackson Recreation Center located at 155 East Gill Street in Jackson, WY. Trips depart from Recreation Center at 9:15am, please arrive by 9:00am.

FAT BIKE DEMOS Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation Department and Teton Mountain Bike Tours have partnered together to learn about riding Fat Bikes. Try out the latest buzz in winter activities with fat bikes with 4” to 5” tires that may be ridden in snow, sand and soft surfaces! Teton Mountain Bike Tours will provide the bikes, helmet and staff to explain and educate about Fat Bike use and trail etiquette. The demos will take place on the groomed Summit High School/Middle School Ski Track which is illuminated on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Meet on the east side of Summit High School on the ski track. Registration at the event is required. Day: Tuesday Date: January 10 and 24 Time: 6:00-8:00 pm Location: Summit High School/Middle School Groomed Ski Track Registration: Registration takes place on site Age: Adult Fee: Free

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Teton Mountain Bike Tours is offering a Fat Bike rental rate of $15 for this workshop. Contact Teton Mountain Bike Tours at 733-0712 for more information. The workshop will be held on the groomed Nordic trail at the Snake River Sporting Club. Optional lunch for purchase is available at the Snake River Sporting Club following the workshop. Participants should dress in layers (similar to cross country skiing) and have warm footwear and warm gloves and/or mittens. . Bring water and snacks. Day: Saturday Date: January 14 Time: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm Location: Snake River Sporting Club Registration: Register by 12:00 pm January 13 Course Code: 10208 Fee: $35

WAXING TIPS FOR SKATE SKIERS Learn waxing tips and pointers specific to skate skis during this workshop Topics will include prepping and waxing skis for specific temperatures and conditions, proper waxing, scraping and brushing techniques. Participants will have the opportunity to wax, scrape and brush a pair of demonstration skis during the workshop. This workshop is geared toward beginners. Mike Estes from Teton County/ Jackson Parks and Recreation Department and Scott O’Brien from Skinny Skis will lead this workshop. Day: Thursday Date: January 19 Time: 12:00 – 1:00 pm Location: Recreation Center Meeting Room Registration deadline: 12:00 pm January 18 Age: Adult Fee: $12 Code code: 10180 Instructors: Mike Estes and Scott O’Brien


SKATE INTO SPRING

SENIOR’S SKATE SKI WORKSHOP

Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation Department and the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort are offering a Skate Ski Workshop for adults to learn the skate ski technique or to improve your technique. The workshop is geared toward beginner/advanced beginner skate skiers. Skiers need to bring their own skate ski equipment or rent equipment. Spanish speaking interpreters will be on site. Skinny Skis is offering 50% off rental fees for skate ski equipment for this workshop. Contact Skinny Skis at 733-6094 for more information.

Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation Department and the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort are offering a Classic and Skate Ski Workshop for seniors. This workshop is geared toward beginner classic and skate skiers. Skiers need to bring their own ski equipment or rent equipment. Skinny Skis is offering 50% off rental fees for skate ski or classic touring equipment for this workshop. Mention that you are registered for the TCJPRD / JHMR ski workshop at Wayne May Park. Contact Skinny Skis at 733-6094 for more information.   The workshop will take place on the groomed ski track at Wayne May Park. Seasoned instructors will instruct the workshop. Workshop participants meet at the Senior Center of Jackson Hole. Stop by the Senior Center of Jackson Hole following the workshop to warm up with hot chocolate and snacks.

The workshop will take place on the groomed ski track at the groomed Wilson Centennial Trail. Seasoned instructors from the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort will instruct the workshop. Day: Saturday Date: February 11 Time: 9:30 am – 12:00 pm Location: Wilson Centennial Trail Groomed Ski Track. Meet at the START Bus shelter at the Stilson Parking Lot Registration deadline: Register at the recreation center or online by 12:00 pm February 10 Age: Adult Fee: $35 Course code: 10179

Day: Wednesday Date: February 15 Time: 1:30 – 3:00 pm Location: Meet at Senior Center of Jackson Hole Registration deadline: 12:00 pm February 14 Fee: $12 Course code: 10181

JACKSON HOLE WINTER TRAILS DAY | Saturday | February 4

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DINNER WITH A DOC Dr. Hills Thursday February 23 5:00pm Exercise class 6:00pm Dinner 21


Armchair

ADVENTURES

THERE’S NO BETTER WAY TO SPEND A COLD, WINTER EVENING THAN JOINING LOCAL RESIDENTS AND VISITORS TO THE VALLEY AS THEY RECOUNT THEIR TRAVELS AND ADVENTURES AROUND THE WORLD. Refreshments will be provided for all programs. Time: Thursdays, 6:30 pm Location: Recreation center meeting room Fee: $5

Date January 12 January 19 January 26 February 2 February 16 February 23 March 9

Program Iceland: The Land of Fire, Light and Ice Bicycling Cornwall, Wales and Ireland Adventures in Baja Biking in the Netherlands A Solo, Self-Supported Bicycle Ride Across the United States Hiking the Dolomites: A Bucket List Adventure South Korea: Land of the Morning Calm

Presenter Mike Adler Steve and Connie Swan Sandy Ress Brian Schilling Al Young Franz & Carol Kessler Stan Steiner 22


Daddy & Daughter SNOW BALL

This is an opportunity for a special night out for dads and daughters! The Daddy and Daughter Snow Ball will feature dinner and dancing at the Grand View Lodge at Snow King Resort. This event is for girls in grades K-2. Payment is due at the time of registration at the recreation center or register online at www.tetonparksandrec.org Register early as space is limited. Registration deadline is 12:00 pm January 25th or if registration fills to capacity prior to that date/time. No refunds for cancellations after 12:00 pm January 25th. No registration transfers. No day of event registration. Please do not contact Snow King Resort about registering for the event. This is an alcohol free event. Parental/ caregiver supervision of children is expected at the event. Please notify us at the time of registration if you have dietary restrictions.

SATURDAY, JANUARY 28 5:30 – 8:00 pm Event check-in 5:30 - 6:00 pm Dinner 6:00 – 6:45 pm Dancing 6:30 - 8:00 pm Location: Grand View Lodge at Snow King Resort Fee: $76 per couple ($38 per additional child) Age: K-2 girls and dads 23

Course code: #10168


Pearls & Twirls FATHER/DAUGHTER DINNER AND DANCE

This is an opportunity for a special night out for dads and daughters! The Pearls and Twirls Dinner and Dance will feature dinner and dancing at the Grand View Lodge at Snow King Resort. This event is for girls in grades 3-6. Payment is due at the time of registration at the recreation center or register online at www.tetonparksandrec.org Register early as space is limited. Registration deadline is 12:00 pm February 22nd or if registration fills to capacity prior to that date/time. No refunds for cancellations after 12:00 pm February 22nd. No registration transfers. No day of event registration. Please do not contact Snow King Resort about registering for this event. This is an alcohol free event. Parental/ caregiver supervision of children is expected at the event. Please notify us at the time of registration if you have dietary restrictions.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25 5:30 - 8:00 pm Event check-in 5:30 - 6:00 pm Dinner 6:00 - 6:45 pm Dancing 6:30 - 8:00 pm Grand View Lodge at Snow King Resort Grades 3 - 6 girls and dads $80 per couple ($40 per additional child) Course code #10169

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The Great Jackson

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Eclipse of 2017


THE FIRST TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE TO VISIT THE U.S. IN 38 YEARS WILL OCCUR ON MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 2017. JACKSON HOLE COULD OFFER ONE OF THE BEST PLACES IN THE NATION TO VIEW THE TOTAL ECLIPSE. “totality,” which will last for just two minutes and thirty seconds anywhere in the U.S. If skies are clear, the eclipse promises to be a spectacular astronomical event. Samuel Singer, Executive Director of Wyoming Stargazing, will explore: the documented history of solar eclipses; the science behind solar eclipses; and why they’re so rare compared to lunar eclipses. Public safety agencies have been planning since 2015 for the Total Solar Eclipse. One issue that has come up is increasing community resilience to help limited public safety resources cope with the surge in visitors. Businesses, residents and community organizations all need to be aware of the magnitude of this event and prepare accordingly. Rich Ochs from Teton County Emergency Management will discuss our public safety planning efforts, issues the community may face, and simple steps locals can take to best prepare for this once in a lifetime event. This program is offered in collaboration with Wyoming Stargazing, Teton County Emergency Management, Teton County Library and Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation.

Day: Thursday Date: March 2 Time: 6:00 – 8:00 pm Location: Teton County Library Fee: Free 26


ADULT SPORTS

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL This 5-on5 basketball league is designed to provide the community with an opportunity to participate in an organized sports activity. Our leagues are set up for competitive play, but the overall goal is enjoyable participation for all. The emphasis is purely recreational and is based on developing fun, enjoyment, good sportsmanship, and friendship. Sign your team up today!

ADULT WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT This year is our 32nd Annual Women’s Volleyball Tournament. We have teams come in from Idaho, Wyoming and Utah. The tournament consist of match play in accordance with modified USA rules. Pool play sets the seeding for the single elimination tournament the following day. Don’t miss out on this fun and high energy tournament!.

PROGRAM

DAYS

START DATE

TIMES

FEES

COURSE #

Women’s Basketball

Wed

January 18th

6:15-10:00pm

$400

10215

Volleyball Tourney

Fri/Sat

Mar 17 and 18

TBD

$200

10211

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Stand Up Paddle Board Yoga

Workshops will take place the first Saturday of each month beginning in January at the recreation center in the lap pool. Workshops will be January 7, February 4, March 4 and April 1. Inflatable standup paddle boards will be provided. Workshops will be approximately ninety minutes in length. Pre-registration is required.

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WILSON PARKS OWEN BIRCHER PARK

Second St

Wilson Square Rd

U.S. Hwy. 26 - 89

6 NORTH PARK

Wyoming Highway 22

JACKSON

Cache St.

MELODY RANCH

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U.S. Hwy. 26-89

Basketball Court

OWEN BIRCHER PARK

Second St

Wilson Square Rd

WILSON

Wyoming Highway 22

IMPORTANT PARK INFORMATION

MELODY RANCH

• Park shelters may be reserved by calling 307.732.5751 • Reservations are available seasonally from May 1st - September 30th

MUNGER PARK

• Restrooms are locked and winterized beginning October 1st • Dogs are not permitted in any Town or County Parks per ordinance • Bounce houses and other inflatables are not permitted • Reservations for 2017 will be accepted beginning Tuesday, January 3, 2017 at 8:00 am

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Winter Schedules

TRAIL GROOMING

GROOMING SCHEDULE:

Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation Department’s trail grooming season will begin December 12, 2016 and end March 11, 2017. Grooming is done as snow and weather conditions permit. Due to the avalanche risk on the Game Creek and Upper Cache Trails, those trails will only be groomed during low and moderate avalanche conditions. All trails are groomed for classic and skate skiing. Please do not walk in the groomed classic ski tracks. Dogs are permitted on ski trails, however some locations require dogs to be on a leash. Mutt-mitts are available at all trailheads. Please note, due to Teton County School District regulations, dogs, whether leashed or not, are not permitted on school district athletic fields, including groomed ski trails.

MONDAY:

ICE RINKS The Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation Department maintains four outdoor ice rinks during the winter season generally from early December through February. The rinks are available for public use, and there is no cost to utilize the ice. The rinks are open seven days a week, with routine rink maintenance taking place in the morning.

• Lower Cache Creek & Upper Cache Creek Trail

TUESDAY, THURSDAY & SATURDAY: • • • •

Stilson & Wilson Centennial Trail 390 Underpass to Snake River Bridge Emily’s Pond High School/Colter Fields

WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY • Lower Cache Creek Trail • Wayne May Park • Game Creek Trail

RINK

LOCATION

HOURS OPEN

Owen Bircher Ice Rink Rodeo Grounds Ice Rink Powderhorn Park Rink Alta Park Ice Rink

Wilson, WY Teton County Fairgrounds Jackson, WY Alta, WY

11:00 am – 8:30 pm 11:00 am – 9:00 pm 11:00 am – 8:30 pm 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

FAMILY SKATE Looking to get your youngster out on the ice, but don’t want to worry about flying pucks? Family skate is time is set aside at both the Owen Bircher and Rodeo Grounds Ice Rinks during which pucks and sticks are not permitted.

Owen Bircher Ice Rink Family Skate 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Rodeo Grounds Ice Rink Family Skate 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

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JACKSON HOLE

To Signal Mountain

PATHWAY SYSTEM

Jenny Lake

Grand Teton

LEGEND

elev: 13,770’

Groomed Pathway / Trail

Cascade Canyon Trail Jenny Lake Visitors Center

Middle Teton elev: 12,804’

Plowed Pathway

South Teton

Plowed on Road

elev: 12,514’

Pathway not maintained

To Yellowstone National Park

Bradley Lake

Future Pathway Taggart Lake

Popular Summer Trail

Taggart Lake Trailhead

Closed

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Friends of Pathways - promoting sustainable transportation and healthy recreation in Jackson Hole.

Granite Canyon

Teton Village

Jackson Hole Pathway Agencies: Jackson Hole Community Pathways 307-732-8573

Bridger-Teton National Forest 307-739-5400

Teton County/Jackson Parks & Recreation 307-733-5056

Grand Teton National Park 307-739-3399

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Southwest Entrance to GTNP

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Tips to make winter travel safer and more enjoyable!

National Wildlife Refuge

National Museum of Wildlife Art

• Be prepared for changing weather conditions. • Check the local forecast and bring the basics: warm clothing, sunscreen, first aid kit, and extra food and water. • Let someone know where you are going. Don’t rely on a cell phone for help. You may not get reception where you are traveling.

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Teton Pines Ski Center

SAFETY

Teton Pass elev: 8,431’

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Wilson Trail Creek Nordic Center

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Jackson Peak

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Bridger-Teton National Forest Snow King elev: 7,780’

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PETS • Have your dog under control by voice command or with a leash. • Respect leash laws in the Game Creek and Putt-Putt Trail areas. • Clean up after your dog. Use the muttmitt stations where provided. • Report dog related conflicts to Animal Control at 733-2331.

Wilson Canyon

Game Creek

Snak e Riv er

GROOMING SCHEDULE DECEMBER 15 - MARCH 15 Cache Creek M/W/F – Early AM

May Park W/F – Late AM

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Munger Mountain

School Fields Complex Game Creek T/Th/Sa – Late AM W/F – Early PM Emily’s Pond Levee T/Th/Sa – Late AM

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Wilson Centennial T/Th/Sa – Early PM

390 to Snake River T/Th/Sa – Late PM

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For more trails maps, visit

jhnordic.com

Hoback Junction To Alpine

To Pinedale

Teton County Parks & Rec Activity Guide Winter 2017  

Find out what Teton County Parks & Rec has to offer this winter! Fitness, Adult Sports, Swim Lessons, Youth Programs and much more!

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