Museum is closed until May, but you can still bring quarters and buy fish food and feed the fish. My 4.5 year old loved it! Its a quick visit but fun for little ones.
The small museum is packed with information, then you can walk outside to the huge fish tanks. It is fun to be able to feed the fish and gauge how quick their reactions are . This is not a long visit but it is worth it.
Our grandchildren have to go here to feed the fish every time they visit. It also has a nice little museum with a wealth of info about the flora and fauna in the area. Speaking of fauna, there is often a doe with fauns hanging around.
Had a great day, last Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016, with great grandkids, from Denver, Co. They just love the Ffsh Hatchery! They got to feed the fish and watch the fish following them, up and down, the waterways. this is a great attraction, for the children, and adults, alike. What a treat, to have the Fish Hatchery and Wildlife Museum,... 更多
What a fun place to visit and see the fish hatchery - even if it was too late in the season to see the museum. A real education to watch how they are raising the fish to eventually seed the rivers and lakes. Several different "pools" and tanks that you can just walk around. Also don't miss the walking bridge... 更多
as a fisherman it is always good to see what is being done to maintain the viabilty of the resources that make up so much of our natural enviroments and the beautiful gifts thst nature bestows upon us
It was closed the day we visited - no staff on hand. But we were able to walk by the hatchery ponds and buy food to feed the fish. Lots of very hungry fish. Awesome! There are signs and info about the hatching process. Very informative.