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Please note that dogs (or any other pets) are not permitted on the farm. 

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation!


Farm Tours

Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened

 Anatole France 


Learn more about alpacas

by joining one of our educational farm tours 

It will only take one visit to be completely charmed by our alpacas and the pristine setting in which we raise them.  Our educational tours are a great way to discover the farm and our beautiful animals. 

Our different tours will lead you around our facilities and allow you to discover the history of the farm, alpaca behavior and more about the day-to-day life raising them.


The farm tours take anywhere between 30 to 60 minutes during which you will be able to see them graze in their pastures and learn everything there is to know about these magnificent animals.


THE GUIDED TOUR will not available because of labor shortage.

THE SELF-GUIDED TOUR circuit is however available and included in the admission rate.


 Nature Trails

In every walk in with nature one receives far more than he seeks

John Muir


Updated June 17 2022

A new watch tower has been added to our trail system!  Access to the nature trails and the watch tower is included in the farm’s admission fee!

discover the surrounding nature

by walking the  self-guided  trails



Wandering around our pastures and through a magnificent forested area, our trail system is well maintained and very easy to walk.  Many handmade benches are available along the way should you wish to stop for a quick rest or just to soak in the serenity offered by Mother Nature. 


Interpretive panels are found along the trails where you will learn all about the fauna and flora of the bountiful Eastern Townships and Sutton area.  Learn more about the Alderbrook Marsh, a unique and protected wetland ecosystem that traverses our farmland.

The nature trail walk takes approximately 30 to 90 minutes depending on the path you take and your pace.


During the winter, the trails are also accessible with crampons or snowshoes (no rentals on-site). 


Updated November 7 2022

Current Trail Conditions


Observation & Picnic

If you truly love nature, you will find beauty everywhere

 Vincent Van Gogh

Soak in the serenity of the land

by relaxing at one of the  observation areas


Upon arrival at the farm, there is a free observation area where handmade wooden benches are available for you to relaxe & observe our male alpacas in action.  It is conveniently located next to the boutique and the main parking lot and serves as a great resting place.

Our main and largest observation area is quite spectacular and is accessible with the purchase of an admission ticket.  Enjoy the view of the surrounding mountains, the valley and the Alderbrook marsh down below while our female alpacas peacefully graze in their pastures.  When in season, Adirondack chairs and picnic tables are at your disposition in this area.  Our famous wooden alpacas are also located next to the pastures. They are a hit with kids and the best setting for the perfect picture of your alpaca farm adventure!      



Group activities will become available again during the fall 2021.  Reservations can now be made.

Group Activities

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