We love sharing our animals with others! These cute, quirky, curious critters are fun for kids and adults alike. You can also shop our store filled with products from these amazing animals. Be sure to read to bottom of the page for things you should know for your visit. Click here for information on Field Trips!
Tours are offered at the following times. Call or e-mail us to set up a tour. RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED 24 hours in advance.
Thursday – Saturday: 9:30 – 11:00 a.m.
12:30 – 2:00 p.m.
3:30 – 5:00 p.m.
Sunday: 3:30 - 5:00 p.m.
Tours are $10/person. Children 2 & under are free. Minimum 2 paying visitors or $20. Field trips are welcome at a discounted rate.
Your visit includes an informal orientation to alpacas, fiber, and some up close and personal time with the herd.
Having a Happy Visit:
PLEASE READ the following for things you should know to make for a happy visit.
- Find directions here.
- There are no bathrooms in the barn. Please be sure to use the restroom before you come. There is a Shell station with public restrooms on US-25 at I-75 exit 95. Bathrooms are available in the house you are welcome to use if needed, but we try to minimize traffic in and out of our home.
- If you would like to enter the stall or pasture areas, bring shoes you can get poop on. While we do our best to keep everything scooped before your visit, guaranteed they will relieve themselves as soon as you arrive.
***Good idea: bring a plastic bag & a clean pair of shoes. Before you get back in your car, we canscrub/hose down your "barn" pair, put them in the bag, and you can wear your clean shoes home.
- Proper interaction with alpacas: Alpacas are prey animals, so certain actions startle them.
Be sure to move slowly.
Keep your hands down at your side until your guide tells you otherwise.
Do not walk or stand immediately behind an alpaca (their feet are padded, so it doesn't hurt when they kick, but it will startle you & can be scary for small children).
***PARENTS: it is a good idea to go over these rules with your children before your visit. Once they arrive, they are sometimes too excited to hear us go over them.