Tour alpaca farms in the Yakima Valley

Alpaca photo by Cheryl Landes

Alpacas are irresistible. They’re soft, mellow, cute, and intelligent. They always have a smile on their faces.

Meet them during tours of three farms in the Yakima Valley of southcentral Washington.

PacaPoo Alpacas Farm
9203 South Steele Road, Prosser

Tours are available by appointment. Also shop alpaca products, such as yarn, blankets, and clothing.

Learn more about the farm at pacapooalpacas.com. Call (509) 643-1428 to schedule a tour.

Sage Brush Alpaca Farm
8401 S Steele Road, Prosser

Farm tours are available daily by appointment. Shop beautiful alpaca fashions, accessories, yarn, rugs, and toys. Buy gift certificates for family and friends to take tours and buy gifts at the farm.

For more information, visit sagebluffalpacas.com. Schedule tours at (509) 539-8446.

Natural Maximum Alpacas
160902 West North River Road, Prosser

Walk the reflexology pathway. Explore the fish pond, waterfall, and gardens. Try on felted hats. Shop for handcrafted items made from alpaca fiber.

Tours are seasonal and by appointment only. During the tours, meet the alpacas, and see and touch raw materials used to make items sold at the farm.

For more information, visit the Natural Maximum Alpacas page. Call (509) 786-3419 to schedule a tour.

Alpaca photo by Cheryl Landes

2 thoughts on “Tour alpaca farms in the Yakima Valley

  1. Love Alpacas! Thanks for the virtual tour, Cheryl. Coincidentally, My latest craft project is knitting an alpaca cowl. Love the feel of that yarn. Those farms are a bit too far away from me to visit (like 3,000+ miles!), but they are wonderful animals!

    Marguerite

    On Wed, Jan 27, 2021 at 2:52 AM Tabby Cat’s Pawprints wrote:

    > Cheryl posted: ” Alpaca photo by Cheryl Landes Alpacas are irresistible. > They’re soft, mellow, cute, and intelligent. They always have a smile on > their faces. Meet them during tours of three farms in the Yakima Valley of > southcentral Washington. PacaPoo Alpacas” >

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    1. Thanks, Marguerite! Yes, those farms are quite a distance from you. I visited a couple near Orange, Massachusetts, and on Block Island during my trips to New England. They’re on the list for future armchair photo tours.

      If you want to see some more alpaca pictures, I posted an armchair photo tour last year of an alpaca farm in Central Oregon, Crescent Moon Ranch: https://tabbycatspawprints.com/2020/04/01/armchair-photo-tours-crescent-moon-ranch/

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