Visiting the farm
We love it when you visit!
We know that you want to come visit Lilymoore Alpaca farm and enjoy the breathtaking scenery in peace. That is why we offer admittance by appointment only. This way when you come you have the farm either to yourself or to the small group that booked the same event as you. It allows us to give you a high level of service that we feel you deserve.
Since visiting the farm requires an appointment, please go to our calendar to see available times and dates.
Come see why we are TripAdvisor’s #1 Thing to do in Pleasant Valley, NY
Only service dogs are allowed on the farm. No outside food, alcohol or smoking allowed.
Farm Store Hours: The Farm Store is open Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays from 11:00 - 3:00 to the general public. It is also open on Saturday and Sunday to our trek and farm tour guests.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Why don’t you have Group Treks and Behind The Scenes Farm Tours during the week? We are a working alpaca farm and farm animal sanctuary. Our animals are our priority. During the week is dedicated to their care, training and giving them lots of love. It is also when we allow large groups and fashion photo shoots to occur.
I have a large group (more than 20) / tour bus. How do we go about making an appointment?
You can call or email us to make an appointment. We offer appointments 7 days a week for large groups based on availability. We offer discount rates for groups larger than 20.
Do you accept volunteers? Lilymoore Farm does not but Dreaming of A Chance Farm Animal Sanctuary does. You can contact them at email@example.com for information.
Do I have to wear a mask? Depending on what the state regulations are at the time of your visit, 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 (only service dogs are allowed). Not even in the parking area.
Can I see the alpacas and llamas without an appointment? We are open 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 fashion and magazine photographers please feel free to contact us to book the farm for a shoot.
Can children walk alpacas and llamas? Only if they are age 9 or older. This is for safety reasons. Children of all ages (and adults too) love our farm tours. All ages are welcome for farm tours.
Can I walk an alpaca or llama and carry an infant? We do not allow this for safety reasons. Infants are welcome to participate in our Behind The Scenes Farm Tours.