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We have been taking kids to the Hatchery for four generations now.
Just a quiet place for the kids to walk around in the fresh air, feed the fish and check out all the water fowl that hang around at the end of the Hatchery...More
This place is not only interesting, but it's just cool. You get to learn something about the fish, you might run into one of the more talkative workers who'll give you some interesting tidbits, and you must take a camera for the fish and the...More
I have taken both my children and now grandson here countless times. It’s fun it’s free. (Do bring change to buy fish food and a zip bag). Kids just go wild seeing up close all the Trout. Easy to find location just off #126 east...More
This is the first fish hatchery we've been to, so I didn't know what to expect! But it was such a treat and the perfect thing to do with a toddler!
There are many long streams completely filled with fish. As we walked along one,...More
Located south off the 126, there is plenty of free parking. The ponds, which you can walk around, are full of trout in different stages of growth. If you bring your coins you can feed the fish. If you go to the far end you...More
Spend an hour or so feeding these farm grown trout. There are different strains of trout growing there in different stages of their lives. For a dime you can buy fish food to feed the fish. Watch them boil when the food is presented. Bring...More