Your visit will begin with a brief tour of our farm and introductions to some of our smaller friends (i.e. chickens, rabbits, ducks, overly friendly barn cats ) with a short story of our 1850 homestead located in The Historic Hudson Valley on 25 bucolic acres . Next, Introduction to Llama/Alpaca 101 and why these soft and fluffy critters are the new Unicorn of animals. We will cover basic safety rules and answer any questions before we begin our trek. We will guide your Llama/Alpaca trek through gentle pastures, paddocks, past a stocked Bass pond and encourage Llama/Alpaca Selfies along the way. We hope to leave you a few minutes at the end to stop by the Farm Store and find a special farm memento. Please note that high heels and flip flops are not encouraged and bug spray(during warmer months only) is recommended. This experience is for ages 8yrs and older.
Meet the llamas and alpacas
These camelid cousins love cardio, being on their best behavior, posing for selfies, and running around the pasture with their best friends. They’ll also melt your heart upon arrival, and will give you the warm and fuzzies (wool aside).
Bottled Water or Gatorade.
You will experience a walking and working Fiber Farm tour amongst our 25 bucolic pastured acres. Our hope is that this tour will allow you to reconnect with a quieter side of life, one that allows for relaxation, warm and welcoming animal encounters and a country stroll through our pastures allowing a reconnection to nature. We will be spending all our time outside (RAIN or SHINE), appropriate Seasonal attire and waterproof boots are a must!
最多8人參加，年齡須滿8歲。 Please note that dogs are not allowed at the farm, regardless of their friendliness and their are no public restrooms on the premise.
This is a working farm and reserve the right to make decisions for the safety of both our guests and animals. NO PETS AND NO PUBLIC RESTROOMS on the farm. Contact us for addl. dates not listed. ** Cancellation policy-must cancel 7 days prior to start of Experience, after that, no refunds accepted.
Farm experience and llama/alpaca trek