This jewel is full of surprises! A historic house, a museum, walking paths, underwater trout viewing, a historic railway car just for transporting fish, a beautiful creek. It is adjacent to the city campground and one of the most beautiful parks around. Not to be missed! Great for families.
We recently went to this fish hatchery even though we knew the exhibits were closed. To see all of the trout, from little guys to fully grown ones was really quite amazing. There are story boards throughout the grounds that gave us more than enough information to know what goes on here as well as its history. The fish hatchery... 更多
I enjoyed seeing the fish, especially when they were jumping out of the water to beat the others to food being tossed in. The second pool was full of enormous fish and they could be seen from the below-ground window. Unfortunately, at the end of September, the buildings were all locked up so I couldn't go inside or see any... 更多
Tour by foot at your leisure while absorbing history of the hatchery as it was in its heyday. Still an inviting and restful location.
We stopped by in the morning during the middle of the week. It was very quiet and not a lot of people were around. It was the off season, so all the buildings were closed, but we got nice views of the fish and the water was so clean and clear! There's a couple of short trails with overlooks that... 更多
Been to hatcheries in NY before, this place was beautiful! And had a lot of cool features for viewing trout. Trout seem to be the only fish there. Grounds are pretty! Wedding photos were being done during our visit. And for free! I would have paid admission for this, $5 dollars would be very appropriate fee given all the maintaining... 更多
This is a great place to take older kids. There is a ton of history to learn about, and a few surprises that most people do not know about our state. If the kids start to get board, for a quarter, you can feed fish and watch them jump out of the water.
Was free but we did spend a couple of dollars on fish food. My grandson loved feeding the fish and the ducks. It was beautiful area.