Phil Baux Park

Town of Jackson, Jackson Hole, Wyoming

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Address: 100 E Snow King Ave,
Phone: (307) 733-5056
Hours: Daylight to dark
Tips: Can be visited during the winter, but more of a summer park.
A park with a playground, covered picnic area, rock climbing and a view, Phil Baux Park boasts one of the more unique park experiences in Jackson.  Its playground has slides and swings for all ages and the picnic shelter is great for parents to station themselves while still keeping an eye on their children.  The summer season is indisputably when the park is at it’s prime, especially as it lies adjacent to the Snow King ball park which hosts many fabulous events such as Jackson Hole Live, the Raptor Fest, the Peoples Market, and more.  The park makes for a great place to set up camp if you don’t want to be in the heat of it all. There are also horseshoe pits and slacklining posts. The man made bouldering park offers routes for any level and is free all year. A summertime climbing competition called the Town Pump is hosted here every tuesday night and can be fun to watch or participate in.  Bathrooms are available and there are two obvious parking lots. It’s along the bus route as well and less than a mile walk from town square. Dogs are not permitted.
 
Activity Features:
Playground (slides, swings, etc)
Bouldering park
Horseshoe pits
Slackline posts
Restrooms
 
Tips:  
Bring a picnic and a blanket and stay awhile.  Being at the base of Snow King, there are often skiers, mountain bikers, climbers, and events to watch from the park itself.  The world championship snowmobile hill climb is even held here annually as well and that is NOT a sight you want to miss.

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