Come see our Alpacas!

NOTE: Due to the current Covid numbers, we are not able to give tours at this time. Please check this page again soon for additional updates. Thanks for your understanding.

We love to have guests at our Ponte Vedra farm. Tours are available by appointment (no drop ins, please!) in the Spring and Fall.

• Tours last approximately 45 minutes to an hour.
• You will be learning and interacting with live Alpacas.
• Visitors must wear closed-toe shoes and farm-appropriate outdoor clothing.
• Tours are $12 per person, with a three person minimum.
• Children 5 and under are free, but an adult MUST accompany EACH child that visits.
• We ask that tour groups be limited to no more than 40 adults and children at a time.
• Public restrooms are not available, please keep this in mind when planning your visit.
• Restroom facilities are not available, please keep this in mind when planning your visit.
• Tours are appointment only, to be confirmed by Sunny Acres Farms.
• Tours must be paid in advance and are non-refundable.
• For directions to our farm, visit our Contact page.
• We accept electronic payments through Stripe and PayPal.
• Cancellations must be made in writing at least 48 hours in advance.

About Our Alpacas

There is only one species of alpacas, but there are two fleece types – Suri and Huacaya – generally referred to as breeds. Our alpaca family are all Huacaya alpacas, bred for their amazing fluffy coats, which are sheared (painlessly) and made into a multitude of luxurious knit and woven products, including sweaters, socks, blankets, toys, and so much more.

Alpacas are considered exotic livestock, as they are still a somewhat rare farm animal. Originally from tne mountains of Peru, Bolivia and Chile, alpacas have been domesticated and bred and loved all over the world.

While they hate to be alone, Alpacas are known to be a very social species and prefer to live in herds. They can also be quite talkative – often they'll vocalize to both their herd and to people. However, they can be a little shy, and, like housecats, it's best if you let them choose to come to you, rather than chasing them down.