Great Alpaca Farms in New Jersey – alpacas are the most gentle creatures. Most farms allow you to pet or take a walk with the alpacas, sometimes you can get involved in feeding them. Many have farm shops where you can buy gorgeous products such as woven with fine alpaca fiber. Have a look at our list of alpaca farms in NJ.
Edel Haus Alpaca Farm
2660 Allaire Rd, Wall Township, NJ 07719
Open from 11am to 4pm every Saturday year round, we invite all members of the public to stop by for a visit, spend time with our friendly herd of alpacas, and enjoy our beautiful 14 acres of land. Community involvement is crucial to the mission of the farm, which is why we invite local groups on an appointment basis. Whether it’s the Brownies, Boy Scouts, high school photography classes, special needs groups, or senior citizens’ outings, we welcome you to take advantage of all that Edel Haus has to offer.
Located just two miles from the shores of the Atlantic Ocean in Monmouth County N.J. Edel Haus Farm is just west of Belmar, Spring Lake, and Sea Girt communities. Many commonly refer to the area as Exit 98 and it is where the country meets the Shore. We value the rich farm heritage that exists in the Garden State and we support the preservation of farmland.”
Jersey Shore Alpacas
521 South Route 47, Cape May, NJ 08204
Jersey Shore Alpacas is a “small farm owned and operated by Jim and Tish Carpinelli, and located in Green Creek, a small town near historic Cape May, NJ.
We take pride in ensuring that our alpacas are cared for with the utmost attention to their health and happiness. Our farm focus is agritourism (farm tourism), and our alpacas are happy to oblige by enthusiastically greeting visitors!
We purchased our first alpacas in August of 2005, and after our barn and first paddocks were built, we brought Andina, Chanel #5 and Cherokee home in February 2006. Annabel Lee and Oliver Twist were born soon after, in July, and so our herd was up and running! It has grown to 18 alpacas, each with their own special personality.
Over the years, we have bred these lovely animals because we enjoy them so much, and also as a business. Alpacas’ beautiful fleece is very soft and warm, and makes wonderful sweaters, capes, hats, scarves, and other luxurious items. We have quite a selection of Peruvian alpaca products for sale in our farm store!”
Winding Creek Alpaca Farm
1148 Somers Point Rd, Egg Harbor Township, NJ 0823
Welcome to Winding Creek Alpaca Farm! “We started on the alpaca journey in 2013 and had our starter farm in Southampton, NJ. Our herd of 22 huacaya alpacas are from some of the finest lineage in the country. We have recently relocated to a 22 ac farm in Egg Harbor Twp, NJ near the beautiful NJ shoreline. Since we have more pasture space on the new farm we decided to add mini donkeys to the farm in the Spring of 2021. They came all the way from Texas! We are located about 15 minutes from Ocean City, NJ.
The farm is run by Mike and Sheri von Fischer. Mike has been in the sales and service industry for 25 years. Sheri is a pediatric nurse who is currently working in the medical device sales arena. Our oldest daughter Brooke graduated from LIM with a degree in Fashion Merchandising. She will be expanding the Alpaca clothing line in the farm store.
We take pride in raising happy, healthy, friendly animals who enjoy our company. Our mission is to breed only the finest alpacas and mini donkeys with good temperaments, educate the public about these wonderful creatures and to ensure our animals have long, healthy lives. We have a farm store on the premises where you can purchase gifts for your self or your loved one made from fine alpaca fiber. We also can host your next celebration on the farm!”
Bluebird Farm Alpacas
44 Willow Ave, Peapack, NJ 07977
Welcome to Bluebird Farm Alpacas, “situated among the rolling Somerset Hills in Peapack, New Jersey. Our animals enjoy a bucolic 15-acre farm that snugs up against 175+ acres of adjacent farmlands. The hayfields blowing in the wind along with the sight of the alpacas pronking in the pasture is a sight to behold only 90 minutes from NYC. Who knew that a slice of heaven could be found just off of routes 78 and 287?
As owners and breeders, we have embraced the alpaca industry. Our foundation herd was selected from farms offering quality breeding stock, consistent conformation, recognized champion bloodlines and undeniably soft fleece. These characteristics are the foundation for our breeding program and the selection of our alpaca-related products.
You are invited to come and visit Bluebird Farm Alpacas to meet, interact with, photograph, or even adopt one of the cuddly creatures. We would be delighted to personally introduce you to the herd and their gentle endearing personalities.”
Hidden Spring Lavender & Alpaca Farm in NJ
890 Belle Mead-Blawenburg Rd, Skillman, NJ 08558
At Hidden Spring Lavender and Alpaca Farm you are “welcome to come to the farm during business hours. There is no fee to enter the farm, unless it is a “Special Event Day”, which we have from time to time and days will be posted on this site. Our bloom is expected around June/July. We have the Alpacas and the Lavender Shoppe for you to visit. We take reservations for Alpaca Halter Walking and this is a great way to get close and personal with one of these wonderful animals.
OUR ALPACAS: Enjoy these amazing animals when you visit-Their cuteness overload will get you every time-You can get close & personal and feed them too.”
Abma’s Farm Market, Greenhouse & Petting Zoo
700 Lawlins Rd, Wyckoff, NJ 07481
Come on down to the farm and visit our Barnyard Petting Zoo at Abma’s Farm! “Visit our goats, sheep, alpaca, donkeys, ponies, bunnies, pigs, and more! Check out one of a kind features like our goat walk, duck pond, and ‘Bunnyville’.
The Barnyard is a fun and educational experience for the whole family to enjoy. All ages are welcome! Open all year round.
Our goats, sheep, cows, and alpaca love snacking on animal crackers. Our bunnies love snacking on carrot tops. Please only feed them the tops; carrots themselves contain too much sugar for bunnies.
If you would like to feed the animals, you may purchase animal crackers and carrot tops (must purchase whole carrots) from our market. We also have an Abma’s Farm feed bucket for purchase at the Barnyard. Bring your bucket back every time you visit for a refill!”