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R Park Easter Egg Hunt: Tonight!

Tonight, March 30th, for the second year in a row, Rendezvous Park will be hosting a Glow-in-the-Dark Easter Egg Hunt. The event will be from 6:30-8:30pm, featuring a regular Easter Egg Hunt at 7pm broken up into 5 different age groups. Once the regular hunts are complete, we will set up for a glow-in-the-dark hunt […]

Construction Update: Welcome Kiosk Completed

Just a short 5 months ago, we began to build a welcome kiosk at Rendezvous Park. With a vision, partnerships, and a couple of holes in the ground, the kiosk is now completed and provides a shaded area and user-friendly R Park Map that offers trail usage guidance and information, including designation of the recently […]

Construction Update: New East Pond Crossing Complete

[wpvideo eOE59vXw] As the winter season continues, new features around R Park have progressed to allow more exploration of the reclaimed landscape. Read this bi-monthly construction update or stop by the park to stay up-to-date on the new additions. Since acquiring the property in 2011, the Jackson Hole Land Trust (JHLT) and the LOR Foundation […]

Construction Update: East Pond Crossing

[wpvideo rzLmY3CD] Rendezvous Park is changing as rapidly as the seasons. In addition to reading this bi-monthly construction update, stop by the park to look over the new additions. Since acquiring the property in 2011, the Jackson Hole Land Trust (JHLT) and the LOR Foundation have helped perform reclamation and groundwork on the plot of […]

November E-Newsletter Available Online

Our November e-newsletter is now available online! Learn about our upcoming winter events and our recent projects and partnerships; find out about the newest members of the JHLT team; get a sneak-peek of our upcoming #GivingTuesday campaign; see the gorgeous works of art available from our talented View22 artists; and connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, […]

Construction Update: R Park Then & Now

Do you know how far R Park has come? What would this look like without R Park? This 40 acre treasure would still be a private inaccessible gravel pit. Since acquiring the property in 2011, The Jackson Hole Land Trust (JHLT) and The LOR Foundation have collaborated to reclaim the plot of land we now […]