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Cascade Hatchery was authorized under the Mitchell Act and began operating in 1959 as part of the Columbia River Fisheries Development Program – a program to enhance declining fish runs in the Columbia River Basin. The facility is used for egg incubation and rearing of coho.
Best time to visit: August - November
Fish raised: Coho salmon
During the fall, visitors can view chinook and coho salmon spawning in Eagle Creek.
Nearby: The hatchery is near the trail head for hiking Eagle Creek and other trails
Cascade Hatchery is located along Eagle Creek, 2.5 miles west of Cascade Locks, Oregon, off of Interstate 84 (Exit 41).
Take I-84 to exit 41. The hatchery is located 41 miles east of Portland.
74152 NE Eagle Creek Loop
Cascade Locks, OR 97014