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River Amenities Closed

November 6, 2012 Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming, Teton County No Comments
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The Snake River Fund has announced that the two bathrooms, trash, and recycling receptacles at the Wilson Bridge river access have been closed for the season.  These public amenities will not re-open until the end of next March, weather permitting.  The Snake River Fund maintains the facilities there with donations from the commercial rafting and fishing outfitters, river users in the community and with funds from the Bureau of Land Management.  Snake River Fund Executive Director Rebecca Reimers explains that the number of river users has slowed to less than a trickle at the Wilson Boat Ramp, so it was determined that it was economically appropriate to close the bathrooms and associated services for the winter season.

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