Fewer things on the planet are as cute as a furry, fuzzy alpaca. And, while we might be biased, the alpacas in Maine are probably the most delightful. While there are quite a few alpaca farms in Maine, there’s one in Southport that offers a unique alpaca adventure. Cape Newman Alpaca Farm in Maine lets guests take a hike with a pack of alpacas. This Maine alpaca hike is the perfect activity for animal lovers you know – or just folks who want to do something unique in Vacationland.

Would you be up for joining the alpaca pack? If you’ve tried this unique hike in Maine, share your experience with us in the comments below! Cape Newagen Farm is located at 1020 Hendricks Hill Road, Southport, ME, 04576. To book an alpaca hike with them, click here

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What are some other unique animal hikes in Maine?

If you're looking to mix up your hiking routine, Maine's Ten Apple Farm offers a two-mile adventure hike with their herd of Alpine dairy goats. You'll stroll through this beautiful Maine farm, following behind a herd of very well-mannered goats. The looped route is about 2 miles long, and the trail is well maintained, making this a wonderful hike for beginners and kids. It's a pretty epic take on 'follow the leader!'

What's the most scenic hike in Maine?

Lace up your hiking books at head to Georgetown, Maine's Higgins Mountain. The trail itself is short -- a little more than a half a mile -- but the summit is incredible. The top offers views of Maine's coast eastward from Robinhood Cove, all the way to Sheepscot Bay. The trail itself is part of Higgins Mountain Preserve, an area lush with foliage and wildlife. Higgins Mountain is a stunning reminder of just how beautiful Maine is.

What's a great must-visit national park in Maine?

Acadia National Park is incredible. With over 150 trails spread out across 47,000 acres of terrain, this national park has everything you need for an incredible day of hiking. Acadia National Park runs along Maine’s coastline and through thick forest, with stunning views of estuaries and intertidal habitats. For a unique hike, check out the Jordan Cliffs Loop -- a 5-mile hike with two mountain summits and a boardwalk that passes over Jordan Pond and through a lush, fairytale forest.

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