Orangeburg National Fish Hatchery

427 Lakeview DR

Orangeburg, SC 29115


Phone: (803) 534-4828

City: Orangeburg

Region: Midlands

Orangeburg National Fish Hatchery

The US Fish & Wildlife Service operates the hatchery which produces a number of species, including striped bass, red breast sunfish and bluegill sunfish, for stocking lakes and stream throughout the Southeast. It also produces short nose sturgeon for research and development. Fish raised at the hatchery can be viewed in the aquarium, open M-F 8 am to 3:30 pm.

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