The Visitor Center and Fish Hatchery are located at the park entrance and are open to visitors year round. Here, exhibits tell the story of Warm Springs Dam, explain the natural and early history of Dry Creek Valley, and offer a variety of audio-visual and ranger-led programs. Displays in the visitor center focus on the culture of the Pomo tribe of native Americans - the original inhabitants of the Dry Creek Valley - and their way of life, with partular emphasis on their excellent basket making skills. Call (707) 431-4533 for additional information. The Congressman Don Clausen Fish Hatchery is located behind the Visitor Center. Visitors can observe the operation of the hatchery and see displays which describe the life cycle of the coho salmon, steelhead and chinook. The hatchery was built to replace and enhance salmon and steelhead spawning grounds. It is a Corps of Engineers hatchery operated by the California Department of Fish and Game. Tours for large groups may be arranged by calling (707) 431-4533.
By Elba S - on Aug 06, 2019
Marina Boat Rental
Rude staff at the marina boat rental. One employee who had a broken leg, was extremely rude to us from the beginning without us having even finished approaching the rental boat window. They really...