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Jones Hole National Fish Hatchery



Created: 2017/05/17 06:24 PM         Last Updated: 2017/08/17 06:24 PM


Attraction Details Attraction Name:Jones Hole National Fish Hatchery

Attraction Type: Tours

Price Range:N/A

Details:
The Jones Hole National Fish Hatchery (NFH) was established in 1956 under Section 8 of the Colorado River Storage Project Act, and produced its first trout in 1970. Located on 390 acres in a beautiful sandstone geologic setting, the hatchery provides management and production of trout for mitigation of Colorado River Storage Project waters of the Upper Colorado River System and to meet Tribal trust responsibilities on Native American land. Open to the public, Jones Hole National Fish Hatchery welcomes visitors to the hatchery for a closeup view of the fish production process. With over 7,000 visitors annually, the dedicated staff are happy to answer any questions while you explore the hatchery grounds and view the fish. Educational programs and hatchery tours are provided to school groups and visitors when scheduled in advance. Come prepared for a day of fun!



Attraction Contact Info: Company Name:U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Phone Number:(435) 789-4481

E-Mail:Kip_Bottomley@fws.gov

Website: http://www.fws.gov/joneshole/

Contact Info:

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Latitude:40.43527

Longitude:-109.57298

Directions to Activity:
Jones Hole NFH is located approximately 41 miles northeast of Vernal bordering the Dinosaur National Monument.





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