|Alpacas of York
A silhouette of vibrant
genetics and grace
Conveniently located in York County in South Central Pennsylvania, near
Harrisburg, Lancaster, Gettysburg and Baltimore.
Alpacas of York is located on a picturesque 35 acre farm situated on top of
Grantley Road hill with a beautiful panoramic view of York County. The farm was
established in 1835 and was originally 210 acres. The original farm house is still
standing. In the early days, the farm was a dairy farm and later, a truck farm
selling fruits and vegetables and growing grain. In more recent years, the original
barn and half the pastures are home to horses.
In 2007, a new barn was constructed for the raising and breeding of alpacas.
From the moment we first toured an alpaca farm, we were enchanted with these
gentle animals. There is nothing more heartwarming than to see alpacas
frolicking in the pasture. These wonderful animals are a delight to the senses
and we would love the opportunity to give you a tour of the farm and introduce you
to the world of alpacas. Our goal is to remain fairly small so we can concentrate
on the breeding and raising of quality alpacas with regard to conformation, fleece
Call and schedule your personal farm visit today!
Sheri Hunt Smith
Alpacas of York
Proud Members of:
- Alpaca Registry Inc. (ARI)
- PA Owners and Breeders Assoc. (PAOBA)
- MId-Atlantic Alpaca Assoc. (MaPaca)
- Alpaca Owners and Breeders Assoc. (AOBA)
- Alpacas without Borders
|Spring is around the corner!
Browse the farm store......
beautiful sweaters, hats, gloves, scarves, socks and much more
and its always fun to just stop by and say hello to our wonderful alpacas! You must meet Miracle (Murray)
our bottle baby, who just loves to greet visitors!
Due to the bad winter, we did not have our blow out sale. The lane and parking areas were either snow
covered, ice covered or mud. I will have a huge sale of 30%-50% off sweaters and accessories at our shearing
day/fiber festival on May 17th or by appointment
1863 Grantley Road
York, PA 17403
6th Annual Shearing Day/Fiber Festival
May 17, 2014
Open to all from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.
Come on out and join us for our 6th annual Shearing Day/Fiber Festival
Volunteers are needed for shearing day! Thanks very much to those who have helped in past, please come back again! If
you are interested, please give me a call in April. We usually do a morning shift and an afternoon shift and I provide lunch
for all volunteers.
1863 Grantley Road