You are more than welcome to interact with our beautiful Alpacas at any time when the sun is up. They will learn to recognize you, and may come to expect a treat when they see you comin'. Their absolute favorite treat is the leaves off of the (many) Osage Orange trees (horse apples) in the park. Grab a branch and they will come runnin'! Feeding time is open to all, we meet at the upper gate near the office door. Please let us know you would like to join us! We take the wagon if a camper has mobility issues.
JOIN US DAILY FOR ALPACA FEEDING
All campers can join us for alpaca feedings! All campers under 18 years of age must be accompanied by their adult. Check with the office for feeding times.
NEW! PUBLIC ALPACA FEEDINGS:
Get up and cozy with our beautiful heard of alpacas - even if you're not camping with us! Spend 30-45 minutes with them in the barn and field (weather depending), learn about them, touch them, feed them and get great photos! They are friendly and won't harm even the smallest child.
$5.00 per non-camper guest
*All proceeds go to alpaca care and food. Must be prepaid and scheduled 24 hours in advance. If you're interested in having an alpaca attend your event, call to speak with us about his (940) 458-0077. We typically schedule visits for Mon-Saturday at 7pm. Due to social distancing, we only take one family at a time right now.
WHY DO YOU HAVE ALPACAS?
A favorite question of ours! These gorgeous animals will steal your heart. Campers come from far-n-wide just to be around them. They are peaceful, curious creatures and watching them "pronk" in the fields at twilight is a sight to behold. They are an easy livestock to handle, have no odor, are good for the grass, can interact with folks of all ages, make no noise, and they are beautiful to watch. And as icing on the cake, Texas still allows an agricultural exemption for exotic animals. It is quite educational and enjoyable for all! Come see for yourself.
OUR LIVESTOCK GUARDIAN DOGS (LGD):
Our livestock guardian dogs are named Reina and Bella. Reina is a Anatolian Shepherd while Bella is an Anatolian Shepherd/Grand Pyrenees mix. Our LGDs are passive guardians, meaning, they are not aggressive towards people. They lay with the herd, getting up to occasionally check out our new "dog" visitors, and will let the camper dogs know of their presence. Since Alpacas are defenseless, the LGDs protect them from stray dogs, coyotes and other predators. There nature is serious, but loving, and they love the humans who bring them scraps and bones! You'll be pleased to know, they have an air-conditioned dog house for HOT summer days (that they never use). No, they aren't spoiled!
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3926 FM 455 W. SANGER, TX 76266 | (940)458-0077