You Can Walk With Alpacas Through A Field At This PEC Farm

Calling all animal lovers! You can walk with alpacas at one Prince Edward County farm and it’s the most adorable way to spend the summer.

Noble Beast Farms, which is located in Bloomfield, offers a “Bloomin’ Welly Alpaca Trekk” that lets you take a stroll with the cuddly creatures.

Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday morning you can start off with a local beverage outdoors at the beautiful farm.

Then, each guest will get their own furry friend to guide them through the fields. Once you are done with the walk you can also interact with the juvenile alpacas, where you can feed them and watch them play.

The whole experience lasts around 1.5 hours and costs $79 per adult. (Children 6-15 are $49, while children under 5 are free).

You can book your tickets in advance on the company’s website.

You can also sign up for their “Lazy Hazy Alpaca Daze” which takes place every Friday and Saturday afternoon.

During this tour, you can take a walk through the alpaca meadow while learning about the biodiversity that supports the farm.

On really hot days, you can watch as the alpacas get hosed to cool down. (They love it!) This experience costs $79 per guest ages six and up.

While you’re there, you can also check out their shop which is stocked full of alpaca-related items, such as socks, yarn, scarfs and duvets. Or, you can browse the shop on their website.

Next time you are in Prince Edward County, you can also check out Tipsy Theory’s latest ultimate guide to some of the best wineries you need to visit before 2022 is over.

Or, you can try out some of the best cider houses in the region if wine just really isn’t your thing.

*Cover Photo Credits: maggsmkmk | Instagram & noblebeastfarms | Instagram

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