Contact us to customize the experience for your group.

Farm Discovery Field Trip

Introduction to the farm and what we produce.  During this walking tour of the farm you will discover:
  • Alpacas and fleece production
  • Beekeeping and honey production
  • Lavender farming
  • Christmas tree farming
Approximately 1-1/2 hour exploring the farm followed by bring-your-own picnic.

Maximum group size:: 20 people Price $200 for your group Best suited for ages 4+

Alpaca Experience Field Trip

Fun and educational introduction to alpacas and fiber processing. Includes:
  • Close encounter handfeeding and engaging with alpacas
  • Alpaca education, care and management
  • Fiber processing & spinning demonstrations
Approximately 1-1/2 hour education followed by bring-your-own picnic.

Maximum group size:: 20 people Price $250 for your group Best suited for ages 5+

Dive Into the Hive Field Trip

Educational introduction to beekeeping and honey production. Includes:
  • Explore the hive safely within a classroom
  • Learn about beekeeping equipment and tools
  • Visit and observe the apiary & nectar sources
  • Honey harvest demonstration
Approximately 1-1/2 hour education followed by bring-your-own picnic.

Maximum group size:: 20 people Price $250 for your group Best suited for ages 5+


FAQ

What should I wear?

CLOSED TOE SHOES ARE STRONGLY RECOMMENDED.  Wear comfortable clothing that is suitable for outdoors.  If it has rained, the property does get muddy and waterproof shoes may be recommended.

For the Alpaca Experience, do not wear fragrances such as body lotion, perfume and cologne.  Alpacas have very sensitive noses and may not engage when strong scents are present.

Are infants and toddlers allowed?

Infant and toddler siblings are welcome with parental supervision.

Are these field trips available to adults; seniors; large families; business teams?

Absolutely!

Can we customize our field trip?

Most likely.  Contact us to discuss.

Can we pet the alpacas?

Yes.  Who can resist?  They are like the teddy bears of the camel family.

Do alpacas kick?

While rare, yes alpacas occasionally kick when they feel threatened from the rear.  Your experience begins with a safety discussion.

Do alpacas spit?

Yes.  Alpacas spit at each other when they feel threatened or they are competing for food.  While it’s quite rare for our alpacas to spit at humans, we do occasionally get caught in the cross-fire.

Can I bring my dog?

No.  Please leave your pet at home and not in the parked car.  Alpacas and dogs don’t mix and may result in injury to animals or humans.

Is the apiary visit safe?

Yes.  We do not walk amongst the beehives.  Observations will be made from a safe distance.

How does weather affect our field trip?

We will reschedule your field trip in the event of:

    • Heavy rain, severe thunderstorm warnings or tornado warnings
    • Freezing temperatures, although the alpacas love it

We reserve the right to refuse you participation in the field trip if we feel it is a risk to your own safety, our animals, or others.  If this happens no refund will be given.  
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