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Fun animal interaction

Friendly staff, friendly animals. Lots of fun for kids and adults who are animal lovers. Doesn’t... read more

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cpdawg
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Athens, Georgia
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Lots of fun near Atlanta

Tickets can be purchased online or at the farm. I visited on Sunday about one pm and my tour group... read more

Reviewed January 5, 2020
81cathy
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Atlanta, Georgia
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Reviewed September 21, 2019

What a wonderful place to go with your family and/or friends!
This local business is managed by extremely friendly and knowledgable staff. For $10, you are given a tour of the barn where you can enter the pen with the alpacas. You are also given free food to feed the animals with. The alpacas will come right up to you!
There are also goats, bunnies, and guinea fowl on the property.
You could easily spend 1-2 hours here. Perfect for any age group, but make sure you wear sneakers.

Date of experience: September 2019
3  Thank pickykelly
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Reviewed July 28, 2019 via mobile

Awesome place to visit. Alpacas are so friendly and staff is very nice. Went with two teenagers and their smiles were unbelievable.

Date of experience: July 2019
2  Thank coachheil
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Reviewed June 26, 2019

We visited the Creekwater Alpaca Farm with my grandkids. We had a wonderful visit, very fun and educational. Jeremy (our guide) was a natural with the kids, and so knowledgeable about the animals. The Alpacas were eager to visit and scarf up the food we offered, and we enjoyed the goats and bunnies, and Guinea Fowl -- and their adorable Keets (chicks.) We picnicked and colored Alpaca pictures on the picnic table under the big shady pecan tree. (After we washed our hands well using the sink & soap provided.) They have a shop with beautifully crafted handknit items, using the fibers from the farm's Alpacas, as well as some fun Alpaca items like hats, finger puppets and more. This is far better than "petting zoo" due to the guided aspect of the tour. We like to teach our kids and grands about animals and the environment, so this was a perfect addition to our adventures.

Date of experience: June 2019
Thank KAPAtl
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