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Harvest Hosts RV Guests

Spend the night in your RV with us!

We are proud to be host members for Harvest Hosts, a wonderful program where Harvest Host members can spend the night in their RV at unique locations such as our farm.


We love our Harvest Host guests and enjoy learning about their travels and showing them our alpacas.

 

Here is what you can expect during your stay at the farm:


 


  • Easy RV access to the farm.  We can accommodate RV's of most sizes, even those pulling vehicles.  We do recommend coming into the farm from the North if you have a larger RV setup.
  • Pretty level parking area - many of our RV guests have been surprised to find their RV is level at the first attempt at set up
  • Plenty of space to park
  • Well behaved RV dog and cat travelers welcome (please keep your dogs on a leash during your visit)
  • Generators are fine (please be considerate of other RV guests if we have any during your stay)
  • Alpacas galore plus a few other friendly creatures too!  We have over 60 alpacas, a horse, a jersey cow, a bevvy of barn cats, chickens and guinea fowls and our farm dogs.
  • We will do our best to give you a brief tour of the farm, but that does depend on other ongoing activities at the farm.  You can even help with chores if you wish to!
  • Access to the farm store for an array of products made from alpaca fiber or with an alpaca theme. (Our rugs, socks, yarn and postcards are popular with our RV guests)
  • Fresh Chicken and guinea fowl eggs are available for purchase, depending on availability.
  • Starry skies, stunning sunrises and sunsets (weather permitting!)
  • Miss Rosemary's famous Giant Oatmeal welcome cookies
  • A warm welcome!

 

We strongly advise getting directions to the farm by putting Windrush Alpacas into Google Maps and requesting directions.  Other GPS and map systems often do not have our correct location,

 

Please make sure you contact us to check for availability prior to your arrival.

 

Updated October 14, 2019