Visit This New Hampshire Alpaca Farm For A Fun And Fuzzy Adventure

There are plenty of farms dotted all over New Hampshire. In the fall, they’re great for apples and in the summer you might want to stop by to get stop by and cut your own flowers. New Hampshire beautiful landscape makes it the perfect place to create and cultivate a thriving farm. But, if we had to pick our favorite — it might be this one. While we love apple cider, there’s nothing better than an adorable alpaca and this farm has plenty.

Purgatory Falls Alpaca Farm is located at 195 Purgatory Falls Rd., Lyndeborough, New Hampshire. While you can reach them daily, you’ll need to call ahead to make an appointment to visit. This means that you won’t be surrounded by tons of tourists — this farm is the real deal! Check out their website, visit them on Facebook or call them at 603-654-7690.

Visiting an alpaca farm might be the last thing on your New Hampshire bucket list. To make that list just a little bit longer, check out these 12 things to do in the Granite State when you thought you’ve done everything.