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Story Fish Hatchery & Visitor Center

311R Fish Hatchery Rd, Story, WY 82832-9741
+1 307-683-2234
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Great place for kids and start/end of nice hike

Lovely setting between a nice park with playground and hiking paths. In late spring/early summer... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Los Angeles
Immaculate facilities, friendly staff

Cool place to spend an hour or two! Shelby in the visitor center was friendly and knowledgeable... read more

Reviewed 26 June 2017
Coby S
Rapid City, South Dakota
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311R Fish Hatchery Rd, Story, WY 82832-9741
+1 307-683-2234
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Lovely setting between a nice park with playground and hiking paths. In late spring/early summer, there's lady slippers up the nearby South Piney canyon. Learn about the efforts by fish and game to restock areas all over the U.S. with indigenous fish. Feed some big...More

Thank sfw
Reviewed 26 June 2017 via mobile

Cool place to spend an hour or two! Shelby in the visitor center was friendly and knowledgeable. Hubs is a facility manager and couldn't stop commenting on how clean and neat the facilities are kept. Adjacent park is a great spot for lunch.

Thank Coby S
Reviewed 25 July 2016

While getting out of town and exploring the area around Story Wyoming we stopped at the Fish Hatchery. It was a self guided "tour". Place was interesting and gave us a chance to walk around after eating lunch at a local restaurant. There is a...More

Thank kandkf
Reviewed 22 July 2016

This fish hatchery is less than 20 miles North of Buffalo WY. and it is worth the drive. The setting is beautiful and educational. It is fun to feed the fish, so be sure and take a couple of quarters. Large picnic area by the...More

Thank Hall7454
Reviewed 6 July 2016

We stayed in nearby Sheridan and heard about the fish hatchery from some local residents, and I'm so glad we checked it out. Sara, the wildlife biologist on staff the day we visited, was so friendly and knowledgeable, and took the time to show us...More

Thank aliciajb001
Reviewed 28 July 2015

Beautiful grounds. Great open ponds to view the fish. Nice visitors center with lots of information.

Thank JenniferC9
Reviewed 19 July 2015

Fun and educational side trip on our National Parks tour. Not far from Sheridan, Wy. Interesting for both adults and kids. Worth the visit.

Thank pacmatt
Reviewed 22 April 2015

A nice place to go for something different. You can see the fish at different stages in their lives. The small fish are inside the building, and the large fish are in the pond. You can feed the large fish- which is the most entertaining...More

Thank TravelingWander32
Reviewed 18 February 2015

The fish hatchery is not big, but the fish are! The staff are very knowledgably and helpful throughout the tour. Make sure you bring some quarters to feed the fish!

Thank lveal
Reviewed 5 December 2014 via mobile

I have always loved the small mountain community of Story, and the fish hatchery is just one of many reasons. Great place to visit as the staff is very engaging. Enjoy a lunch picnic in the trees and a hike up the story trail. Makes...More

Thank NathanS20
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