Last Penny Farm Alpacas In North Carolina Makes For A Fun Family Day Trip
Have a passion or even a curiosity for alpacas? Last Penny Farm located a mere 10 miles north of Asheville in Weaverville, North Carolina, has cornered the market on alpaca cuteness and charm. A day trip here is guaranteed to please the littles in the family and to also make a mark on you as well.
Last Penny Farm got its start in 1996 with goats and sheep. In 2003, alpacas joined the farm and serious breeding began.
Today, more than 30 alpacas call the farm home, along with a couple of miniature donkeys and some guard dogs.
If you've ever been curious about alpacas, then a tour here will teach you all about them.
Farm visits are available by appointment and take place Monday through Saturday. Again, you need to schedule in advance. For those over the age of three, the cost is $10 per person. (Age three and under is free.)
Tours can accommodate from 2-15 people and last 1.5 to 2 hours.
Learn all about the cute and colorful alpacas at Last Penny. Learn all about the fiber harvested from the alpacas, and shop at the pop-up store for items made from alpaca fiber, too.
Tours always end with some great photo opportunities for keepsake images you'll cherish forever.
And some tours may even involve helping to care for or even feed the alpacas!
Can you think of anything more fun??
Last Penny Farm Alpacas is open year-round, by appointment only.
Learn more about it, and make a reservation request, by visiting the official website for
Last Penny Farm Alpacas here.
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LAST PENNY FARM ALPACAS, 39 Pegg Rd, Weaverville, NC 28787, USA