Our alpaca farm is home to a most beautiful animal whose extraordinary fiber has enchanted civilization for over 6,000 years. Join us for a journey that begins high in the Andean Mountains of South America where the ancient Incas based their wealth on alpacas, reserving the cloth woven from alpaca fiber for the exclusive use of their royal families. Today, the alpaca has expanded its range to include countries throughout the world where they thrive in environments that are as diverse as the people who shepherd them.

The first alpacas were imported to the United States in 1984 from Chile and Bolivia, with Peruvian stock arriving in 1993. The U.S. has been extremely fortunate to import the finest quality blood stock found in these three countries. Because it is our challenge and passion to continue the genetic refining of the alpaca and its fleece, we work constantly to improve the qualities so valued by Incan kings.

Visit our alpacas and Sullivan County, too!

Plan a visit to our Sullivan County farm atop Mill View Mountain—where our nights are so dark you can see the amazing Milky Way! We’ll give you hands-on experience taking alpacas for a walk around the pond and through the woods. We have a wonderful selection of females, males and gelded alpacas of many ages and colors.

We are located in the profoundly beautiful Endless Mountains of northeastern Pennsylvania, where mountains and valleys, forests and farmlands comprise the area considered by the Federal government to be one of only three places in all of 
the northeastern United States known to be “entirely rural.”

The 60-mile Loyalsock Trail meanders through this mountainous, largely undeveloped terrain. Glaciers eroded the ancestral Appalachians to the familiar mountains and valleys of today, but in Sullivan County (known as the “Gem of the Endless Mountains”) pre-ice age ridges remain to create the rugged nature of our mountains. The mountains support a large variety of unusual habitats, including mountain-top bogs and alpine slopes, where rare plants and a variety of wildlife thrive. 

Ricketts Glen and Worlds End State Parks offer extraordinary scenic vistas, waterfalls, natural lakes, camping areas, and
hiking trails. Three still-used covered bridges (in Forksville, Hillsgrove, and Sonestown) are recognized in the National Register of Historic Places.

MapQuest, or any other map program, will not find us. A map, as well as our coordinates are on our “Contact Us” page. To schedule a visit, and for specific directions, please call 570-494-7734 or email

Member organizations include:
Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture (PASA)
Mid-Atlantic Alpaca Association (MAPACA) 
Pennsylvania Owners and Breeders Association (PAOBA)
The Alpaca Fiber Cooperative of North America (AFCNA) 
Alpaca Owners Association (AOA)
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