Public Days

On regular "Open to the Public" Days, visitors walk up and down the fence line and feed the eager alpacas! We provide a small baggie of carrots to groups as they arrive (we do need to limit the amount of sugary carrots the herd eats every day). There is no admission charge, but there is a donation box on the fence (donations are not required, but are greatly appreciated and go directly to care and feeding of the alpacas).

Special "Public" Days

Some public "open" days, are special "mingling" with the alpacas in the pen events. These are listed on our main page schedule throughout the year. On these days, visitors may enter the pen with the female alpacas and take pictures with them! Although we are not able to accommodate feeding with large groups inside the pen, it's great fun to be able to get "up close and personal" with the herd!

Important Note:

We are unable to offer both private tours and public viewing on the same day. We just do not have enough staff or alpacas to do so. Thank you for understanding.

Planning a "Public Day" Visit?

Check out our FAQ page for important information and also some fun alpaca facts! And don't forget to check out our 'Paca Video page - get to know the herd even before you meet them in person!