We are open by appointment only
Offered Daily from 10.30am
A Gentle Stroll - What to expect
Upon arrival, you will be greeted by Samantha who will guide you across the farm fields to meet the Alpacas.
After an introduction to the boys, a few alpaca facts and a short health & safety briefing, you will learn how to handle your alpaca, spend some time bonding with your new friend getting relaxed with eachother, then when we are all confident, we will set off!
The walk is usually a slow and gentle stroll lasting approximately 40 minutes around our farm alpaca track (which is a relatively flat grassy track ) around the edge of our hayfield with beautiful views of Pitstone Hill.
There will be plenty of time to take photos and we'll even show you how to take an alpaca selfie!
You may ask questions or just simply chill out and listen to the Alpacas humming (mainly Winston Churchill chatting away to himself!) or birds calling and horses neighing. An hour of pure therapy!
Once the boys are safely back in their paddock, you can take part in feeding them with their favourite treats.
You are most welcome to relax at The Stable Shack Tea Room and enjoy Tea, Coffee, Homemade Cakes and local gifts.
Things to take note
Dogs are not allowed to come, unfortunately, as much as we all love dogs, Alpacas and Unicorns don’t, and we want to make sure they are having as much fun as you!
Unfortunately this Alpaca & Unicorn experience is not suitable for children under the age of 5 or wheelchair users.
Once booked you may rearrange or cancel your visit up to 48 hours before your scheduled walk date. After this time, no cancellations or refunds are accepted.
You must be 10+ to walk your own Alpaca.
A maximum of 2 people per Alpaca. Any extra persons wishing to join the experience (no alpaca) will be charged £15.
Walking an alpaca allows you to walk YOUR VERY OWN ALPACA for the entirety of the walk.
Accompanying a walker entitles you to walk alongside an alpaca walker but not to walk an alpaca yourself.
Our farm is on uneven terrain so sensible footwear is a must (wellies in the Winter, walking boots or trainers in summer)
In extreme wet and windy weather, Park Hill Farm may cancel the walk if it is unsafe. If this is the case then a full refund will be granted.
Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your booked time for the H&S briefing. Unfortunately, if you miss this you cannot take part in the walk and will not be granted a refund.
The team at Park Hill Farm have always been delighted to attend weddings and events. The Alpacas bring that special extra to a couple’s big day or a family party.
Make your wedding even more unforgettable by adding our alpacas to your guest list. Bringing extra smiles, memories, and lots of fun photos.
A great addition to your wedding celebrations:
3 Alpaca wedding guests
1 ½ Hours of fun and photos
We will lead the alpacas around to charm and entertain your guests, allowing them to say hello and enjoy a selfie!
After this we can setup an area ready for you and your guests to learn more about these gorgeous creatures, hand feed them and take photos to capture your special day. Cost £450.
An Alpaca Ring bearer
When booking why not consider stunning your guests with a special surprise! Let them watch in awe as our Alpacas accompany your rings down the aisle. This option will require a groomsman to handle the alpaca or one of our own handlers to be in attendance. Cost £100.
Contact us for more information and bookings by phone on 07759 922135.
All About Us
Welcome to Park Hill Farm
Orgininaly established in 1966. Around 1976 we become breeders of large white pigs and south Devon cattle who were prize winners at county shows over many years. Tracey’s grandpa Gordon Walters was a judge for the British Pig Association, as well as being Tring Town Mayor. Since 1995 Tracey and her mum Ann Pool have produced a well-loved equestrian centre homing over 25 horses.
Sam is a entrepreneur who is proud of creating many successfull businesses to date. She has recently found a new passion for Alpacas and been trained by AOA and BAS certified Alpaca Judge, Nick Harrington-Smith. One could not ask for a better teacher!
"I’m delighted to be part of The British Alpaca Society in caring and teaching alpaca husbandry to others."
The team of Sam, Tracey and Ann bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to be tapped in to!