Visit This New York Alpaca Farm For A Fun And Fuzzy Adventure
Alpacas are exceptionally adorable animals, and New York happens to have quite a few farms full of their sweet fuzzy faces. Faraway Farm sits up on a hilltop in the Hudson Valley, and if you make an appointment, you can get up-close-and-personal with the alpacas.
Faraway Farm is home to a select herd of exceptional alpacas with luxuriously soft fleece.
The onsite farm store sells plenty of products made from their fleece.
The beautiful property the alpacas call home has been in the Blumberg family since 1951.
Current owners Leda Blumberg and Steve Cole are keeping the family farming traditions alive.
The farm is located just 40 miles from New York City, and it's often used by photographers for fashion shoots, television shows, and wedding and engagement sessions.
And with scenery like this, it's easy to see why.
Faraway Farm has been featured on the Martha Stewart Show, in the Wall Street Journal, and was even featured in a children's book.
Leda and Steve also host educational tours and workshops throughout the year.
While you can purchase their products online anytime, you should definitely see the farm store in person.
The store is inside an old vintage sheep barn, and it has homegrown yarn, clothing, scarves, stuffed animals, and Peruvian imports.
Farm tours are available by appointment, and this is definitely a tour worth taking.
Call (914) 962-2110 to schedule yours.
Address: 1307 Baptist Church Road, Yorktown Heights, NY, 10598
You can learn more about Faraway Farm Alpacas
here. If you love a nice, relaxing day spent on a farm, try enjoying a meal at this farm restaurant.
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