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We took a ride with our grandson and I was a bit disappointed. He of course being 2 was excited still the same but most of the ponds were empty. There were only about 5 viewing ponds. Maybe it depends what time of the year...More
I haven't been here in years and still enjoyed the visit with my grandaughter and her story hour group. Wonderful learning experience for young children. Clean, nice grounds and facility with plenty of parking, grills and outside picnic tables and pavilion.
Free fish food for...More
Feed the trout, be amazed at the number of them in the ponds, and check out the BIG ones. This is a small, local hatchery that does a great job helping supplement some of the best stream fishing in NYS. It makes a nice trip...More
Just average. I wouldn't go out of my way to see the place. Half of the tanks inside were empty. There were no employees around to answer your questions or give you an idea of what they do there. Nice little pond for the kids...More
What a wonderful and inexpensive family outing. Buy a bag of fish food and feed the brook, brown, and rainbow trout. What a beautiful parklike setting. Pack a lunch or use one of their bbq pits and let the kids enjoy the playground.
I love taking my daughter here to kill an hour or so. It's very interesting seeing and being able to feed the fish. Couple tips buy the bulk food up in the park office it 10x's more than what the quarter machine spits out also...More
Hatched on site and raised in ponds where you can feed them, this is an incredible chance to get up close to beautiful trout. You can purchase a bag of fish pellets in the office for $1 or $2 to feed the fish. It's well...More