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Visitor Tips

What to wear:

  • Dress for the weather- when in doubt, layer.

  • Close toed shoes are recommended for comfort and safety (especially for little ones).

  • Hat- the sun gets pretty intense in the field.


What to bring:

  • Cash versus debit.

  • Wagon over stroller. If you have the choice, parents may find pulling a wagon easier than pushing a stroller. Our paths are moderately level, but it is a farm after all!

  • Waterbottle. We will have water available for you to refill to stay hydrated.

  • Sunblock

  • Picnic and blanket- There are lots of cleared areas for you to spread out and enjoy a packed lunch.

  • Remember your camera/ charge your phone before coming! There are so many great photo opportunities, you won't want to miss a thing.

What not to bring:

  • Pets. We love animals too, but for the safety of our animals and other guests we do not allow non-service animals on the farm. Canines are alpacas only predator, and seeing unfamiliar dogs can be quite upsetting/stressful for them. If you have a service animal, please make sure they are wearing their identifying vest, and we will assist you in viewing the animals to ensure everyone's safety.

Farm Rules

We want everyone to safely enjoy their time on the farm. Please adhere to the following rules while visiting:

  • Respect fences, gates, and barriers. These are in place for your safety and that of our animals.

  • Do not enter the barn or outbuildings. 

  • No smoking beyond the parking area.

  • No pets (service dogs allowed)

  • ALL are welcome here. We will not tolerate harassment or discrimination toward our guests.


Warning: unlevel surfaces

We are continually working to improve accessibility on our farm. While every attempt is made to make our paths as level as possible, we cannot guarantee ease of use for individuals with physical limitations. Private farm tours may allow for greater accommodation. Feel free to contact us to discuss how we might meet your accessibility needs.

Private Farm Visits & Events

We are happy to host individuals and small groups for private farm visits, photoshoots, and events. 

Your visit will include meeting and feeding our alpaca, chickens, and ducks. Depending on the season, guests are also free to wander the paths on the farm. 

To custom design your private farm tour or event, please contact us.

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