Rome Fish Hatchery

Providing fish to over 350 public waters for over 75 years. Hatches out more than 1 million Brown and Brook trout eggs annually, raises them to about 8-9 inches long, then stocks them in rivers, streams, lakes, and ponds in 11 counties in New York State

Location:

Map it 8306 Fish Hatchery Road
Rome, NY 13440

Phone:

315-337-1390

Website:

www.dec.ny.gov

Tours

Open:

Year Round    

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Jun
27
Tue
4:00 pm Broome County Regional Farmers M...
Broome County Regional Farmers M...
Jun 27 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
The Broome County Regional Farmers Market will now be open Tuesday Nights from 4:00pm-7:00pm starting June 6th and running through September 26th.  This Market will host some of your favorite vendors from Saturdays along with[...]
Jul
1
Sat
12:30 pm Box & Cox Trunk Show at the Farm... @ The Farmers' Museum
Box & Cox Trunk Show at the Farm... @ The Farmers' Museum
Jul 1 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
The Farmers’ Museum stages a trunk show featuring the popular comedy Box and Cox, written in England by John Maddison Morton in the 1847. The New York Times called it “the best farce of the[...]
Jul
2
Sun
12:30 pm Box & Cox Trunk Show at the Farm... @ The Farmers' Museum
Box & Cox Trunk Show at the Farm... @ The Farmers' Museum
Jul 2 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
The Farmers’ Museum stages a trunk show featuring the popular comedy Box and Cox, written in England by John Maddison Morton in the 1847. The New York Times called it “the best farce of the[...]
Jul
4
Tue
4:00 pm Broome County Regional Farmers M...
Broome County Regional Farmers M...
Jul 4 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
The Broome County Regional Farmers Market will now be open Tuesday Nights from 4:00pm-7:00pm starting June 6th and running through September 26th.  This Market will host some of your favorite vendors from Saturdays along with[...]
Jul
8
Sat
12:30 pm Box & Cox Trunk Show at the Farm... @ The Farmers' Museum
Box & Cox Trunk Show at the Farm... @ The Farmers' Museum
Jul 8 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
The Farmers’ Museum stages a trunk show featuring the popular comedy Box and Cox, written in England by John Maddison Morton in the 1847. The New York Times called it “the best farce of the[...]
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