Come see why we are TripAdvisor’s #1 Thing to do in Pleasant Valley, NY

 Due to the Covid 19 outbreak, we are requiring appointments to visit the farm starting June 12th.  Your safety is of utmost importance to us.  We have a Covid plan that we will be implementing.

All of our programs including farm tours and group trekking require appointments, so please go to our calendar to see available times and dates or please contact the farm at (845)605-7002 or email us if you need a special time.     

If you are a  group of 8 to 10 looking to book a tour, or a group of 6 looking to book an Alpaca Trek please call or email us.  We would be happy to accommodate you when we open back up June 12th.


  • 21 Moore Rd., Pleasant Valley, NY
  • (845) 605 7002
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  • Please note that some gps systems put you on Sabre Lane. Please go past this road. We are located on Moore Rd. Our sign is at the end of the driveway.

Only service dogs are allowed on the farm.  No outside food, alcohol or smoking allowed.

Farm Store Hours: Beginning June 12th the Farm Store will be open by appointment only until NY reopens fully

Frequently Asked Questions:

Do I have to wear a mask?  Depending on state regulations, you may be required to wear a mask on the farm.

Is outside food allowed?  No, we do not permit outside food on the farm.  

Can I bring my dog?  Unfortunately dogs are not allowed on the farm  Please note that it is illegal to leave a dog in the car in NY state.  

Can I see the alpacas without an appointment?  Normally, we have a public viewing area when the store is open where you can view a few of our alpacas.  Because of Covid we are opening by appointment only.  Thus, booking a Farm Tour or Alpaca Trek is necessary to see the alpacas.

Is professional photography allowed?  We do not allow professional photography on our Farm Tours, Group Treks and Public viewing areas.  Professional photographers please feel free to contact us to book the farm for a shoot.

Can children walk alpacas?  Only if they are age 9 or older.  This is for safety reasons.

Can I walk an alpaca and carry an infant?  We do not allow this for safety reasons.