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Jersey Shore Alpacas, Cape May

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Come enjoy these adorable creatures. We are here for you to learn about alpacas. In our farm store, Absolutely Alpaca, you will find quality alpaca clothing, such as capes, shawls, and sweaters, handknit scarves, hats, earwarmers, socks, gloves, toys, a large assortment of luxurious alpaca yarn, and other unique gift ideas. You can expect your visit to last 30-45 mins. Admission is free, though donations are appreciated. Private appointments are also available -there is a charge of $20 per group up to 4 people (additional guests are $5 each), but we will allow you to go into the paddock with the alpacas as part of your private visit - sort of like swimming with the dolphins, but without water!

September-December Schedule:

We are open to the public on Saturdays 10am-4pm, without an appointment (free, but we do have a donation box on the fence :) Also, private appointments are available Monday-Friday - cost is $20 for a group of up to 4 people and $5 for every additional person). Please call or email us for a reservation. It is best to reserve a tour at least 1-2 days in advance during the fall, but you are welcome to call/email for last minute availability. Reservations must be confirmed in advance. We are closed on Sundays.

Note: We are not able take private appointments during any "Open Farm" day (there just are not enough of us or the alpacas to do so). Thanks for understanding.
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  • It was a very cute experience. My teenage daughter and thoroughly enjoyed it. We got some great pictures and Jim was a great host. I highly recommend this place. 
    It was a very cute experience. My teenage daughter and thoroughly enjoyed it. We got some great pictures and Jim was a great host. I highly recommend this place.  more »
  • Super nice tour and we learned a lot. Great value too! Is also has a store with great items that were made all over the world. 
    Super nice tour and we learned a lot. Great value too! Is also has a store with great items that were made all over the world.  more »
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  • My boyfriend and I traveled all the way up from Maryland to visit. We had such a blast learning about alpacas, feeding them carrots, taking photos, laughing, and observing! Tish made our experience extra special! We were amazed by all of the goodies in the gift shop. We were a little early to our appointment and Tish recommended we go just down the street to Two Black Dogs where we arguably ate one of the best meals we've had in our ~30 years of life. Tish was extremely knowledgeable and you can tell she LOVES her alpacas. If you want to have a great time, learn something new, support a small business, or just go meet another responsible pet owner- this is the place for you!
  • It's an alpaca farm! Reserve online because they don't do drop ins. The owners are so friendly and nice! Once you get to the farm, when it's your slot time, you're given a bag of carrots for each person and Feed the Alpacas. The first group you'll feed are the females and learn about their traits and origins. The second are the males. It's amazing how the learning experience was, with it being hands on and maybe being able to pat their head. If there's a 3rd group, those might be the alpacas who are in time out. The guide who goes with you is very informative and helps you out if you want to feed a specific alpaca, because once they see the treats in hand, ALL of them with gather at that human. After the animal farm, there's a quaint gift shop where it's items made from their fur. Small to large items whether it's toys to clothing. Also they have a website, but select few items may not be online compared to in person. Depending on the make of the fur, it gets very soft with the high quality alpaca fur. It's a lovely experience to do and a very clean farm, as all the animals look healthy. I'd love to stop by again if I'm near Cape May !

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