Visit the Marion Forks Fish Hatchery

You can learn how the Ore­gon Depart­ment of Fish and Wildlife raise Chi­nook salmon and rain­bow trout at the Mar­i­on Forks Fish Hatch­ery. There’s also a large pond where vis­i­tors can feed adult rain­bow trout.

The best time to vis­it is May through Octo­ber.

There is camp­ing near­by in a U.S. For­est Ser­vice camp­grounds, but you will need a reser­va­tion most sum­mer week­ends. You’ll also find access to fish­ing on the North San­ti­am Riv­er and wilder­ness trail­heads near­by.

Detroit Lake is about 18 miles west and offers swim­ming, boat­ing, fish­ing, lodg­ing and restau­rants.

Direc­tions

View Mar­i­on Forks Fish Hatch­ery in a larg­er map
Mar­i­on Forks Hatch­ery is locat­ed at mile­post 66 on Hwy. 22.

Address and Phone
Mar­i­on Forks Hatch­ery
HC 73 Box 71 (Hwy. 22)
Idan­ha, OR 97350
(503) 854‑3522

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