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SACRED ACRES FARM 

Farm tours and events

 School tours for elementary, middle school and high school

Tours for seniors and senior organizations

Family events and activities

Fiber workshops

Farm store with alpaca products

Alpacas for sale

Alpacas for stud

Pre-and post-purchase customer support end guidance

Caring and ethical business practices

 

Contagious passion and respect for alpacas

Visit, Learn and Tour our Alpaca Farm in Beautiful Central Virginia

Welcome to Sacred Acres Farm at Wildwood where we raise beautiful alpacas for their luxurious fiber. We are located in Fluvanna County among the low rolling hills of the Virginia Piedmont. We are open to visitors by appointment year-round, and to the public periodically for open farm events. By car, our farm is 70 miles from Richmond, 25 miles from Charlottesville, and 50 miles from Lynchburg. We are located 6 miles south of I-64, Exit 136, on State Route 15 (James Madison Highway).

Sacred Acres Farm at Wildwood offers:

For our visitors, along with being able to meet and greet our alpacas, we have many trails through the wooded areas on the farm and along Ballenger Creek, our eastern boundary. We are training some of our younger alpacas for alpaca walking, where guests can walk an alpaca, on halter and lead, along trails with a guide. Also available for our visitors are 2 picnic areas with tables. A golf cart is available on site to provide farm access to those who might not be able to walk easily.

 

A new large 2-story barn was built during in 2018. The lower barn houses our female alpacas, their babies, and juveniles. The upper barn, accessed by a long ramp, is our farm store and fiber workshop, which will open to the public in 2019. 

While alpacas are the focal point of our farm, we are building a peace-filled environment that we hope you will want to come back to — to learn about the animals, the land, the environment we all live in. 

 

A local woman remembers husband through alpaca farm

Click Here to watch on CBS19 News.

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