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Carson National Fish Hatchery, WA

Fish and Wildlife Service

Carson National Fish Hatchery

The Carson National Fish Hatchery, built by the Civilian Conservation Corps, began rearing salmon and trout in 1937. During the 1980s, the hatchery began rearing spring Chinook salmon exclusively. Because...[more]

Address

14041 Wind River Highway
Carson, WA 98610
Phone:(509) 427-5905
Email:John_Hitron@fws.gov

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Directions

Carson National Fish Hatchery is at the confluence of Tyee Creek and the Wind River, 14 miles north of the Columbia River, about 60 miles east of Vancouver, Washington. To visit the hatchery, turn north off State Route 14 at the Wind River Highway, about 3 miles east of Stevenson, WA, and continue for 14 miles to the hatchery.

Activities
  • FISH HATCHERY FISH HATCHERY
  • INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS
  • VISITOR CENTER VISITOR CENTER
  • WILDLIFE VIEWING WILDLIFE VIEWING
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