Located in beautiful Neah Bay, Washington, Makah National Fish Hatchery is a popular tourist destination in the area. Our self-guided visitor center provides an interior tour of the facility and features engaging media to explain hatchery operations and the cultural relevance.
There are no designated trails on the property, but you're welcome to walk around the facility to see the fish ponds, fish ladder, fish weir, and Tsoo-Yess River.
Other Facilities in the Complex
The Makah National Fish Hatchery is part of the Puget Sound/Olympic Peninsula Fisheries Complex, which also includes the Western Washington Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office (WWFWCO) and the Quilcene and Quinault National Fish Hatcheries.