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We had no idea this place would be actually as fun as it was. An inside collection of aquarium-style displays, and a tram tour of outside hatchery ponds and much more. Educational and entertaining. The whole family had fun.
We started going here when my son was in boy scouts to earn the fishing merit badge. Now that I have grandkids I take them there so they are just about guaranteed to catch a fish, although we have been there and not even got...More
Lots to learn and do here. The inside tour is extremely informative and fun to look at, especially the alligators! You can fish for as long as you want using their poles and bait. There is also a beautiful and informative walking path that ends...More
The fish hatchery is probably the top of the list for locals to show visitors and its a cool thing this small town has it. They’ve got a walking trail with a beehive exhibit, a little museum, a small dive show, and you can even...More
We were camping at a nearby State Park, but the fish were not biting, so we drove over to Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center. The kids loved reading all the information about fish and feeding them. And they were super excited about fishing! We caught several...More
I have been seeing signs for this place for years, but never went. I was expecting a room with a couple fish tanks and maybe a overlook of the ponds. Boy was I shocked. It's really impressive, lots to see, lots to do. If your...More
We have been many times but for our 3 granddaughters this was their first trip. We got there in time for the diving show and the tram ride. They loved the diving show. Then we walked thru the outside tanks to see the fish and...More