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SEE WHERE IT ALL STARTS FOR THE APACHE BROWN TROUT WITH A VISIT TO THE ALCHESAY-WILLIAM CREEK NATIONAL FISH HATCHERY COMPLEX. ENJOY TRAILS AND PICNIC AREAS, AND LEARN HOW YOU CAN HELP PRESERVE THE SPECIES.
This is where you can learn about fish species preservation and how hatcheries help support population growth. About 25 miles apart from each other, the Alchesay and the Williams Creek National Fish Hatcheries are located on the White Mountain Apache Tribal lands off of State Route 73.
The hatcheries are a sanctuary for a variety of trout species including rainbow, cutthroat, brown, and brook, in addition to the threatened Apache trout, a species found nowhere else in the world.
Stop by during normal operating hours for a self-guided tour, or bring a group and make arrangements for a guided tour. You’ll want to follow the nature trail and check out the interpretive signs along the way.
For pricing, please visit the website.
7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., daily (including weekends), except for federal holidays.
Alchesay-Williams Creek National Fish Hatchery Complex Ft. Apache
PO Box 2430
Pinetop, AZ 85935