Snake River Sporting Club gets green light for more development, short-term rentals

(Teton County, Wyo.) - Last week, Snake River Sporting Club announced that after an 18-month process, it has received approval from the Teton County Board of Commissioners for new developments on the club’s land, including the re-zoning of parcels to allow short-term and overnight rentals on property. The County’s approval also moves forward the effort to restore the historic hot springs. The Trust for Public Land, a national non-profit conservation organization, has begun work reopening Astoria Hot Springs Park, a recreational spot that has lain dormant for 17 years. Located adjacent to the Club on the north end the property, the hot springs operated for more than 40 years as a public swimming pool before closing in 1999. “Achieving zoning approval from Teton County for our lodging expansion, in addition to the restoration of Astoria Hot Springs as a public park, solidifies the club as a development that is not only willing, but excited to work with the community in many ways. It also adds a significant amenity, allowing for overnight access to this private setting and unique in-holding within the Bridger-Teton National Forest,” says Jeff Heilbrun, General Manager and Chief Operating Officer of Snake River Sporting Club. “We look forward to creating more lodging opportunities for visitors seeking an authentic western experience, with exponential growth plans to add more accommodations by end of year.” *Feature Photo: Entrance to Snake River Sporting Club. h/t Snake River Sporting Club / Pitchengine Communities* #buckrail #news