We love our farm animals and the joy they bring to our life. They all have very different personalities and offer so much to the farm.
Overnight guests of our yurt glamping are invited to join our farm tour as part of their stay. We also provide personal & group farm tours during the day only, with feeding and photos with Alpacas, Goats, Chickens, Sheep and, of course, the super friendly barn Cats. Questions & Answers are offered by our hosts too for anyone interested in the animal care, sustainable growing and beekeeping.
Once the tour is complete take your time to walk the riverside trail and take a picnic overlooking the water, pastures or vegetable fields.
To reserve a spot please click though the reservation system below – weekdays can be arranged for larger groups, please use the contact form to arrange separately.
Corporate events are welcome and food can be arranged.
Book a farm tour
Saturday bookings are for a minimum group size of 2 adults.
Sunday bookings are for a minimum group size of 4 adults.
Larger group sizes can be accommodated on other days by contacting us via email or the contact page.
Prices are $25 per adult and kids are free (+taxes and fees)
Farm tours by appointment only.
Select Date & Time
In the event of inclement weather conditions we will notify you by email to reschedule to a new date.
No refunds will be provided.
Meet our Farm Family
Alpacas – Everyone loves our charismatic and photogenic alpacas. These animals are unique, very sturdy and are just the cutest creatures. Look at their hairstyles! These guys have been our dream every time we talked about owning our hobby farm and we can’t imagine not having them around us.
Bees – Although we don’t recommend hugging the hives, we have so much respect for these little guys. They pollinate our vegetable garden, cut flowers and provide delicious honey for us to eat.
Goats – Our goats are never boring. Bursting with personality, stubbornness and an unwavering appetite. We probably talk about them more than any other animal we have.
Chickens – We raise meat and collect eggs to sell at our farm. Chickens are low maintenance and very productive, helpful farm animals. Their daily eggs make our breakfast much more special, and they cleanup the barn stalls after the alpacas and goats, and also take care of all the bugs they can find on the field.
Sheep – In addition to GMO-free pasture raised chickens, we raise high quality pasture raised lamb from a small flock of sheep. This is our first steps to becoming self sustaining from mixed meat sources.