Frequently asked questions
Where is the farm located?
We are located in Broad Run Virginia. We are rural area that is close to Washington DC, Haymarket, and Manassas. We are at 6155 Georgetown Road. To enter the farm, you use a private driveway and we have a small sign on the fence. Please do not turn down Mountain View Road as this road runs beside our property but there is no entry from that road.
Is there anything else to do after we visit the farm?
We are right across the street from Pearmund Winery! Go have a glass or a tasting in the quaint winery. We are also a short drive from Gainesville Virginia where you can find restaurants, shopping, and spas. If you are up for a 20 minute drive from the farm, check out Messick's Farm Store. They have the best ice custard around! I highly recommend a combination of banana custard and peanut butter custard! Yummy! They have a huge area for kids, great custard, and a huge farm store.
What can we expect from an alpacagram?
We will bring four alpaca to you! We will set up a small removeable fence where you can hand feed them, take pictures with them or have us deliver a special message to your special someone! On special request, Joshua can provide background music. However, we can only do Alpacagrams if location has space to park our trailer. If there is not space to park the trailer, consider coming to visit the farm for your special occassion and we will try to make your day very special.
Where do Alpacas like to be pet?
Although it is quite tempting to want to pat an alapaca on the head, they do not like that very much. They do love neck rubs so the proper way to approach an alpaca that you want to pet is to use the back of your hand, in a non-threatening way to stroke the alpaca on his or her neck. With some exceptions, Alpaca are not "cuddly" but with a hand full of food, they gladly accept "pets". The cria (Alpaca talk for babies) dont mind snuggles at all.
I have a question about visiting the farm but can't find an answer?
E-mail us at heidi@EverAfterAlpacaFarm.com.