constructed in 1928, the Reynoldsdale Fish Culture Station (hatchery) is situated on 25 developed acres (130 total
acres) of land owned by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and managed by the Fish and Boat Commission.
The facility consists of earthen ponds, concrete and earthen raceways, and a hatchery building that contains concrete
and fiberglass tanks and vertical flow incubator trays. Water supply to the facility is from a 1,350 gpm covered spring
(Spring Meadow Run).
Employees: 7 full-time, 2 wage/seasonal
Average Trout Production: 161,932 lbs.
Average Production Costs: $3.42 per pound
Visitor Center: Yes
Average Annual Visitors: 17,500
Reynoldsdale State Fish Hatchery
162 Fish Hatchery Road
New Paris, PA 15554
Visitor Hours Daily, 8 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Location: One mile northwest of the town of Reynoldsdale in Bedford County, East St. Clair Township