Berkshire National Fish Hatchery, MA

Fish and Wildlife Service

Berkshire National Fish Hatchery

The Berkshire National Fish Hatchery was created when the family of John Sullivan Scully, a trout fisherman, entrusted their 148-acre retreat to the U.S. Government in 1914. For many years trout and small-mouth...[more]


P.O. Box 84
Monterey, MA 01245
Phone:(413) 528-9761

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The Berkshire Trout Hatchery is located on Hatchery Road in the village of Hartsville, New Marlboro, approximately 6 miles east of Great Barrington, Massachusetts. The hatchery is open to the public daily.

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