Chakana Sky Alpaca Farm In Connecticut Makes For A Fun Family Day Trip
Is there anything cuter than an alpaca? If you’re not familiar with the South American animal, it’s a relative of the llama that is smaller and, well, adorable. They are bred for their fiber, which is used to create wool and make gloves, sweaters, scarves, and toys. Alpacas are not native to the Constitution State, but thankfully there are a few alpaca farms in Connecticut where you can interact with these lovely creatures! One lovely little alpaca farm in Connecticut is Chakana Sky Alpacas in Chester.
Did you know about this alpaca farm in Connecticut? What a delightful day trip idea! For more information about Chakana Sky Alpacas, including adorable pictures of the herd, check out their website.
Address: Chakana Sky Alpacas, 36A Turkey Hill Rd, Chester, CT 06412, USA
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