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The Rainbow Trout Farm is located along the banks of scenic Oak Creek Canyon. The farm features fish that are raised in a pure natural artesian springs. The farm features barbecue grills and picnic tables for visitors. There are picnic packs available for guests to purchase during their fishing adventure. No license is required for fishing at Rainbow Trout Farm and the farm is open seven days a week.

Rainbow Trout Farm is located three and a half miles north of Sedona on Highway 89A.

Location: 3500 N Highway 89A, Sedona Arizona 86336 Telephone 928-282-5799

Other Wildlife Viewing nearby:
(Prescott) Adventure Outfitters
(Sedona) Bell Rock Veterinary Clinic
(Williams) Canyon Dreams
(Flagstaff) Canyon Pet Hospital
(Chino Valley) Circle L Animal Clinic
(Williams) M and R Guides and Outfitters

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