OPEN DAILY

9AM - 5PM

Farm Tours, Family Fun, New Crias (babies), Fiber House Boutique, Daily Bath Time, Grizwal the Llama Feeding

$6.00/Person*
$18.00/Car*

*Taxes not included

5627 Route 12
Birch Hill, PE
C0B2C0
Canada

902-831-2559

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 Welcome to Green Gable Alpacas 

 

Green Gable Alpacas is located in Birch Hill, PE. We have 35 animals grazing on 11 acres of land. Stop by for a personal tour of the farm to learn about these furry animals and their fiber. Take a look in the Fiber House Boutique where you can see and purchase the beautiful products that are made from their fiber. Our friendly animals and even friendlier staff are eager to give you the experience of a lifetime.

 

 

Where Measured Results Breed Lasting Memories

 

At Green Gable Alpacas we pride ourselves in offering our clients and customers a unique and memorable experience.  Whether it is assisting in your selection of champion breeding stock or choosing the perfect yarn for that special project, providing after sales support or conducting a personalized farm tour where you will learn about the Advantages of alpaca products and ownership, our goal is to leave you with a desire to return.  Our farm is always open to the public and a personalized tour awaits every visitor or group.  Located in the friendly and pastoral community of Birch Hill, Prince Edward Island, Canada, we are easily accessible to Eastern and Atlantic Canada as well as the North Eastern United States.  Call 902-831-2559 or e-mail today to arrange your visit.

 

Read about our journey and farm in the Summerside Journal Pioneer or listen to our story on the half hour radio documentary on CBC's Maritime Magazine here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Autumn Update

Posted on September 29th 2011 | 0 Comments

It is hard to believe that the Summer of 2011 has drawn to a close.  The days are getting shorter and the nights a little cooler but we have been blessed with pleasant weather the last several weeks.  What a wonderful start to Autumn!

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