Thank you for another great season!
Many heart felt thanks to all who have supported our small farming business this year and stopped by our booth at the fibre festivals and events we attended this year. It is a great feeling to meet so many fibre & alpaca enthusiasts and we enjoy meeting familiar faces and making new acquaintances. We strive to produce luxurious alpaca products which are locally grown, raised and made farm fresh each day. Afterall, doesn't everyone need a little alpaca in their life?
Until next season - shop with us online and in person at our Country Farm Store.
We welcome many visitors to the farm each year. As you plan your visit to our farm, please ensure to review our farm policies.
Twin Pines Alpacas is a registered fibre farm.
Visitors are welcome to visit our farm store during regular store hours.
For your safety, visitors should not walk around farm property or equipment during a visit to our farm store. Children must be supervised by adults at all times.
All farm property, buildings store are smoke free zones.
Smoking, vaping & open flames are not permitted on farm property.
No FAMILY PETS
For the safety of your pet and our Herd; family pets are not permitted on farm property at any time.
For your safety, do not enter farm property outside of regular farm store hours as our guard dogs are on duty.
DO NOT ENTER
Our friendly farm staff are happy to assist you during your visit. If you have any questions, please ask.
Entry into pastures is not permitted to see alpacas. Please join us on the deck at the back of the farm store to view The Crew.
During farm store hours, visitors are welcomed to park in our large upper driveway.
Our country farm store is only a short walk to our farm store from your parked car.
The Crew of Twin Pines Alpacas make up the team of fibre producers who produce hundreds of pounds of alpaca fibre each year.
Members of The Crew can be viewed from the deck at the back of our farm store. They love visitors and people watching too!
enjoy the view
Admire the trees of the Ganaraska forest nearby. Our farm is home to many trees: oak, maple, hickory, balsam, pine & birch.
Watch for wildlife! You may just see: painted turtles, bullfrogs, ducks, geese, bees, song birds, vultures, hawks, crows, red fox, deer or wild turkeys.
We love vegetables, but alas our fibre farm does not sell seasonal veggies. If you are looking for great local market fare - just ask!
Our rural farming community offers a variety of products including lavender, honey, maple syrup, beef, and a variety of fresh vegetations & fruits.
We have a few favourites and don't mind telling you where to find them.