Farm Visits

Alpaca Walks and Workshops

We enjoy welcoming guests to our farm and share our love for these beautiful animals. We had extensive picnics where the alpacas come and visit the guests, a marriage proposal, photo shoots for Christmas cards and  hope there will many more different exciting ideas coming our way.

All visits are private and by appointment. We offer the following options but are very flexible and more than happy to customize the visits to our guests wishes.

Walk and Talk 

We visit the alpacas in the pasture, hand feed them, get acquainted and talk about alpacas.  Then we take some of them on a leash for a walk down the country lane. The Walk and Talk takes about 1 to 1 1/2 hour.

Wet Felting Workshop

We create “dryer balls” or “cat-toys” using warm soapy water and cold water to felt the alpaca fibre. The balls are yours to take home!

Needle Felting Workshop

We create a picture using sharp needles to felt alpaca and sheep fibre onto a small canvas. The picture is yours to take home!

Alpaca Training Session

We train our alpacas to trust us and walk on a leash long before they can join us on a walk. The training session is a great way to connect with an alpaca and get more hands-on experience.  You step into the training pen with us and work with an alpaca yourself.

Pricing (2019)

  • Walk and Talk – $ 15.00+HST per person, $30.00 minimum per visit (family / group prices available)
  • Wet Felting and Needle Felting – $ 15.00+HST per person
    ($10.00 per person + $5.00 material)
  • Alpaca Training Session – $10.00+HST per person

*** Gift Certificates available in the Farm Store ***

For inquires and bookings send us an e-mail – or text (226) 678-2649.

The reservations are confirmed as soon as we receive your payments. We prefer e-transfer but can send you a PayPal invoice if you would like to pay by credit card. We refund the 100% of the payment up to one week, 50% up to 48 hours before the scheduled visit.

Farm Visits and Alpaca Walks are by appointment only!

Please dress for the weather and farm environment – warm jackets and boots for winter, closed toed shoes, rain jackets in the summer.