Four miles northeast of Saratoga, just off WYO 130, lies the Saratoga National Fish Hatchery (SNFH), which is operated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The Hatchery sends trout eggs to fisheries across the nation and raises endangered toads native to Wyoming for conservation and release.
Saratoga National Fish Hatchery provides many exciting visitor opportunities at the hatchery and surrounding area.
Open to the public, Saratoga National Fish Hatchery welcomes visitors to the hatchery for a closeup view of the fish production process. With over 3,000 visitors annually, the dedicated staff will normally be available to answer your questions while you explore the Visitor Center and facilities. Bring the hatchery experience alive with educational programs and hatchery tours, and view the large brood fish and the endangered Wyoming toad. Be sure to stop by from late September to early November to watch the spawning activities.
Phone: (307) 326-5662
Website: VISIT WEBSITE