Karns Meadow

Karns Meadow encompasses approximately 41 acres and contains important wetlands that are fed by Flat Creek, which bisects the meadow from the northeast corner to the southwest corner. The park is open to the public from dawn to dusk, and is also frequented by a host of wildlife species such as moose, mule deer, bald eagles, and ospreys.

Total Acreage

3

County

Teton

Decade acquired

2000

Conservation Values

Scenic, Wildlife

Wildlife habitat

Grizzly Bear, Moose, Elk, Mule Deer, Amphibian,

Wildlife Migration Routes

MULE DEER,

Habitat type (general)

Wetland, Aspen Woodland,

Public Acccess

Yes

Service Area

Jackson Hole

Watershed/Drainage

Array

Year Protected

2008

Transfer Date

N/A

Fee Ownership

No

Program

JHLT

Cultural

N/A

Cultural Historical

N/A

Partnership

N/A

Partnership/Funding

N/A

Partnerships/Stewardship

Partnerships/Projects

Partnerships/Property spotlight

Working Lands

No

Community

Public recreation