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Posted on: May 20, 2020

TCJPR Reopening May 26th


As Parks and Recreation department reopens we have developed our reopening plan to match the county’s public health color scheme of red, orange, yellow and green. All our parks, programs, aquatic center and recreation center falls under this plan. To read about how we are reopening please visit the plan below.  

Teton County/ Jackson Parks and Recreation Reopening plan

May 20, 2020, Jackson, Wyo.- The Teton County Board of County Commissioners voted to end public access restrictions at County Buildings as of Tuesday, May 26th. The Teton County/ Jackson Parks and Recreation will be opening for Lap Swimming Only starting Tuesday, May 26th. The Parks and Recreation building will operate under reduced hours from 6:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Monday-Friday. 

According to public health guidelines, social distancing precautions require only one swimmer permitted per lane.  As a result of limited space, swimmers are required to reserve their lane and time slot ahead of time either online or by telephone. All interested swimmers must have an active account in order to register.  Registration will begin Friday May 22, 2020 at 8:00 AM.  To register go to and click on register on the left-hand side of the page.  To ensure the safety of our guests and staff, please adhere to the following guidelines and restrictions:

  • Steam room, sauna, hot tub, and therapy pool will remain closed
  • Reservation system shall limit 8 swimmers per 2-hour block.  Each block is 90 minutes swimming with a 30-minute gap between reservation blocks to allow cleaning. No walk ins will be allowed at this time.
  • Locker rooms will remain closed, and patrons are encouraged to arrive with proper attire on, or under other their clothing.  Three changing tents will be provided on the pool deck.
  • Restrooms will be provided for restroom purposes only.  

To view TCJPR re-opening plan please visit our website at As health restriction change, we look forward to providing the public more programs, swim times, and open gym opportunities.  Information will be provided on our website and social media pages when changes occur.

Parks and Recreation requests our customers to continue doing business online or by calling 739-9025 during the modified customer service hours of 8:00AM to 3:00PM Monday-Friday.

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