Pisgah Center for Wildlife Education - NC Blue Ridge
Pisgah Center for Wildlife Education
1401 Fish Hatchery Road
Pisgah Forest, NC 28768

We’ve got the fun and the fish, and it’s free!
Feed the trout at the Bobby N. Setzer State Fish Hatchery; Outdoor trail and wildflower garden; Indoor exhibits featuring live animals; Wildlife film

Trout Hatchery:
A visit to the center starts with a walk around the hatchery raceways. You’ll enjoy watching and feeding the brook, rainbow and brown trout that supply the commission’s hatchery-supported trout streams.

Check out what’s blooming in the wildlife garden. Then walk an interpretive trail through a forest habitat for a glimpse of native wildlife. View an award-winning documentary on the natural history of the mountains and the ways the commission works with you to conserve our wildlife diversity. Then view live animals in the Mountain Wildlife exhibit.

Open from 8:00AM to 4:45PM MondaySaturday from April through
November and MondayFriday December through March. The Center is closed most State Holidays.
Free admission. Call about wildlife programs for groups and the public or Register online at http://www.ncwildlife.org/pisgah/signup