Warm Springs Regional Fisheries Center
Enjoy nature and get outdoors. Events include Kids Fish for Fun (June), Junior Ranger Camps (June), and Open House (September). Come visit our facility and your family or class can enjoy a hike on our nature trail, bird watching, view wildlife in our display ponds, and learn about fish and wildlife in our public aquarium.
A public aquarium and displays highlight the work done on station and by the Fish and Wildlife Service. Educational opportunities for groups exist during visits to learn more about hatchery operations and resource issues.
Established in 1899, this facility is one of the oldiest hatcheries in the United States. Striped bass, sturgeon, and paddlefish, which are vital to the fishery resources, are raised/stocked here in cooperation with the various State game and fish agencies. Warm Springs National Fish Hatchery is one of many hatcheries located in the SE Region and serve a vital role in the management of our fishery resources.
|Near Interstate Highway||
|Suitable for Ages||