Visit the fish store or take a farm tour!

Come for a self-guided farm tour

Bring your friends and family to learn about life on a sustainable fish farm.

You can walk around our outdoor tanks and see trout at different life cycles, from fingerlings to our largest breeders.

We have signs throughout the journey to explain what you’re looking at, how the farm works, and other fun facts (and puns!) along the way.

The tour takes about 15 – 30 minutes.

After you’re done, visit our self-serve shop for some tasty local fish. Then drive half a concession to the Allan Park Conservation Area for a hike, picnic or to fish at their public trout pond!

Open 7 days a week, holidays included, 7am – 9pm.

Stop by the Springhills store

Shop for your fish at the Springhills fish store on the farm! We keep it well stocked, so you can browse the full selection and there is no need to reserve your fish in advance.

The shop is self-serve, so please help yourself to any of our products.

There is a black box on the wall for cash or cheque, or your can send us an e-transfer. If you’d like to pay by credit card, just complete an order on the website and select ‘Farm Pick Up’ on checkout.

Any issues? We’re available Monday to Friday 9am-5pm at 519-364-7803.

Open 7 days a week, holidays included, 7am – 9pm.

More information

Address: 133241 Allan Park Road, Hanover, Ontario

Parking: We’re down a long gravel laneway under the hydro lines. Head left after you pass through the trees, and park in front of the green shed with fish all over it.

Hours: 7 days a week, 7am-9pm, open all holidays​

Footwear: Please wear shoes as you’re walking around a working farm

Washrooms: There are no public washrooms available, but there are at the Allan Park Conservation Area

Accessibility: The tour is approximately 1,000 feet of level unpaved gravel ground.

Dogs: Our dogs may bark but they’re just saying hello. They are friendly to humans, but suspicious of other dogs. Please leave your dogs inside your vehicle.

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