The Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation Department continues to work with local partners and the community to provide winter outdoor opportunities. As of Wednesday December 30, 2020, both Owen Bircher and Fairgrounds ice rinks are in great shape. Staff was able to get out and pack Powderhorn and start getting water down over the last couple of days to build a base. The temperatures are certainly cooperating, so we are looking at next week to have it open. All is dependent on snowfall and our snow removal operations which take priority. Check out our website at the following location for updates, hours of operations and reservation information including a calendar of reservations and open skate times: http://www.tetonparksandrec.org/1355/Ice-Rinks. You can also sign up for our ice rink updates on Twitter (@TCJPRrinks) which is linked to the website as well.
Staff has finally been able to groom everything including South Park Loop for the first time today. It is a bit thin but in good shape. Due to the New Year’s Holiday Cache Creek will be groomed on Saturday January 2nd rather than Friday the 1st. The High School Complex is a bit thin but will be groomed tomorrow, Thursday, and then not again until next Tuesday. Due to the Holiday South Park Loop Pathway and May Park will not be groomed again until next Wednesday. Please continue to check the website and/or Twitter feed (@TCJPRGrooming) for the most up to date information on conditions:
Thanks to everyone for doing your part to keep the community safe. “Shred the Spread”