We met the owner and he was such a charming friends guy who loves his Alpaca friends! You've gotta get a picture of these cuties!
On our recent trip to Cape May, we found this little alpaca farm. It was a cute place to stop. We were able to talk to the owners about how to raise alpacas and we were able to see all of the animals. The owners were friendly, and they have a nice little shop where I purchased some alpaca yarn... More
Stopped in on the weekend (not open week days, except by phone call request). It was fun to see the Alpacas and even pet them and get pictures taken with them. For my wife, fun part was going into the shop to see the hand made items. They also sell yarn which comes from the Alpacas with the yarn identifying... More
Not open on weekdays. It seemed like a fun and unusual visit. We were touring the Jersey shore and other areas on the east coast, so this was something other than a boardwalk. It was not too far out of the way. Maybe next time...
We stopped by here on our way out of Cape May. I really love animals so it was fun seeing all the alpacas, but if you're looking for something more I wouldn't reccomend taking the trip out there.
Visiting this husband-and-wife alpaca farm proved to be an interesting side trip. It's not a "must do," by any means, but if you enjoy activities that are a bit unusual, this is a good one. It is really talking with the owner of the farm that makes the visit worthwhile, because he patiently and pleasantly answers questions that he must... More
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