Walhalla State Fish Hatchery

198 Fish Hatchery RD

Mountain Rest, SC 29664

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Phone: (864) 638-2866

City: Mountain Rest

Region: Mountains

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Walhalla State Fish Hatchery

Built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps, this is the only trout hatchery in South Carolina. Some 150,000 pounds of rainbow, brown and brook trout are raised here each year for stocking mountain streams and lakes. Open daily 8am-4pm.

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