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Sawdust Hill Alpaca Farm is a 15-acre working farm with llamas, miniature llamas and alpacas with guard dogs and chickens. Pet the alpacas, get llamas kisses, buy fresh eggs, and shop our farm store. We have fabulous yarns made from our alpacas, and...more
We stopped in on a Saturday when the farm had just opened. The barn is well maintained and the animals are obviously well cared for. The dogs were quite friendly and it was an overall enjoyable experience. The "mini-barn tour" was about 5 minutes of...More
I felt the tour was disorganized. The instructions said to arrive 15 minutes early, but no one from the farm was there 15 minutes early. There seemed to be quite a bit of standing around in front of the barn, then in empty fields, all...More
We took the quick barn tour and got there in time to meet some of beautiful/handsome male alpacas ad they got breakfast. They're amazing critters, and the farmhand doing the tour answered every question we had with knowledge. Someday soon we will be back to...More
Driving through Poulsbo and wanted to find something to do. We saw the alpaca farm on trip advisor and decided to check it out. Worth it! Small farm with some alpha that we could look at. The store was quaint but enjoyable to browse. We...More
We found this farm on TripAdvisor and being a knitter I wanted to visit as I often knit with Alpaca fibers. We called ahead and made a reservation for the Farm Tour ($60 for 4 adults). Tour starts at 2:00 pm, we had a late...More
We stopped by to shop, not for a tour. Yet we could see the alpacas and llamas from the entrance to the shop. The owner Steve was very gracious with much information about the area, and even beyond across the Sound. (We spoke about relocation...More
Anyone that has young kids or just has a love for animals should go and check this farm out. The staff is very friendly and knowledgable about their animals and can offer wonderfuls stories about their alpaca's.They show you how to pet and handle the...More
Admission to the farm and store is free. Tours daily at 11 am for the barn tour at feeding time. Cost $5 per person. Walking farm tour is Fri-Sun, 2 pm, $60 for first 4 people, addl adults $12, addl child $7... More
Admission to the farm and store is free. Tours daily at 11 am for the barn tour at feeding time. Cost $5 per person. Walking farm tour is Fri-Sun, 2 pm, $60 for first 4 people, addl adults $12, addl child $7. Reservations required. Call 360-265-2122.