Anderson - Coleman National Fish Hatchery

24411 Coleman Fish Hatchery Road
Anderson, California 96007
Shasta County
Phone: 530-365-8622

Located near Anderson, the Coleman National Fish Hatchery (CNFH) sits along the Battle Creek tributary of the Sacramento River and is responsible for the production of various species of fish including Chinook Salmon and Steelhead which migrate out to and back from the Pacific Ocean via the Sacramento River.  
The fishery also hosts special events and educational programs that the public is welcome to attend. 
How to get there:
From Highway 101, take the Balls Ferry Road exit and follow it until you reach Ash Creek Road.  Right after you cross the Sacramento River, take a right on Grover Road and then a left on Coleman Fish Hatchery Road and follow it to the end. 
More information:
The hatchery is open for self-guided tours daily from 7:30am to dusk.  For more information, visit the Fish Hatchery Website
Other things to do in the area:
Our Event Calendar is loaded with exciting upcoming events in and around Anderson. Shasta County is also home to some wonderful Parks, Waterfalls & Lakes.  If you're looking to get on the road, our Road Trip section is full of fun things to do no matter what direction the wind takes you.  

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