In the village of Ailsa Craig.
135 Annie Ada Shipley St. Ailsa Craig, ON
Our bookings are for 1 person per alpaca.
Alpaca walks/visits are a "rain or shine" activity. We will not issue refunds or re-schedule unless circumstances at the farm, or with the animals, dictate otherwise.
If you have questions or concerns, contact us directly and we're happy to address them.
Children must be accompanied by an adult and a booking is required for this adult. If you have more children than adults, we can assist but still require a booking be paid to account for this scenario. Very young children must be closely supervised.
Once you have added the first booking, close the cart and repeat the process until you get the number of bookings you need to cover your group.
Yes. Please bring your own matt for yoga. We do have a couple to borrow but recommend you bring your own matt, towel and water.
We do not have washroom facilities for the public to use. The community centre directly next door has washrooms that the public can use.
Alpacas are herbivores and primarily graze on grasses and hay. In their natural habitat, they would also eat shrubs and other vegetation. Alpacas require a diet that is high in fiber, low in protein, and low in fat. A common diet for alpacas includes grass hay, such as timothy, orchard grass, or brome, along with a small amount of alfalfa hay. They also need access to clean water at all times. Some alpaca farmers may also supplement their diet with special alpaca feed or pellets that contain the necessary vitamins and minerals for their health. It's important to note that overfeeding alpacas can lead to health issues, so it's crucial to provide them with a balanced diet and not overfeed them.
Clothing, blankets, rugs, yarn and thread, felted products, stuffed animals.
They are cousins. The main difference between alpacas and llamas is their size and the shape of their ears. Alpacas are smaller, with shorter and pointier ears, while llamas are larger, with longer and curved ears. Llamas are much larger than alpacas.