1980 Quarry Rd., Salford, PA 18957
PLEASE NOTE: While we are available most times for tours and shopping, please call ahead to make sure someone will be here. Try either Alex at 484-431-5587 or Sandy at 484-431-9305.
Also: Many GPS’s do not recognize our zip code. If that occurs, use Harleysville 19438. That should get you here.
Here are some fun things to do at Little Lost Creek:
All activities must be scheduled ahead of time. Call to arrange a day and time.
Alex – 484-431-5587, Sandy – 484-431-9305
If you’d just like to get away from the grind, pack a picnic lunch and come visit us for an hour or two. Eat lunch at our picnic table, visit with the alpacas (you can feed them for 25 cents a portion) and hike our half-mile trail. If you’re in to more hiking, the Perkiomen Trail is just down the hill. $10 per family
If you would like to visit the farm and walk an alpaca, please call ahead to arrange a time. We are limiting the number of customers at any given time. Masks and social distancing will be in effect. We will provide hand sanitizer.
If you’d like to feed grain to the alpacas, please bring some quarters.
Get up close and personal with an alpaca.Choose your favorite alpaca. We will halter him and you can walk him for 15 minutes. $20 per family per alpaca.
If you would be interested in celebrating someone’s special day in a special way, go to our link for birthday parties to find out all the options.
If you’d like a different kind of challenge try our beginners orienteering course. After you visit with the alpacas, you will be given a map of the property on which will be marked the location of six controls which you will have to find. Each control contains a punch which you will use on a card you will be given. Fill in all the controls to complete the course. $15 per family
Learn to weave, spin or felt. Check out our workshop page for more details.
We have two shops on the farm, one which focuses on fiber, the other which offers products made from fiber such as handmade scarves, socks, hats, gloves, alpaca stuffed animals and a variety of other products.
Come and meet our New Additions
On Sunday July 11, we added two of the cutest Fainting Goats to our farm menagerie. They came all the way from Goat Flower Farm in Mt. Joy, PA. Both of them are very friendly and love to munch on treats like apples, carrots or lettuce. Ben was born on April 23, 2021 and Jerry was born on May 8, 2021. They are still getting used to their new environment, especially the dogs.
Announcing the Re-Opening of our Paca Pod
as Fiber Center
In addition to yarns, we’re now offering a wide array of carded, dyed, merino wool rovings @ 24 microns. Felting supplies, felting blocks, felting kits, and drop spindles are also available. Please call for an appointment.
If you haven’t visited our farm yet, you can take a video tour produced by Montco Happenings TV, in the comfort of your own home.
On July 10, 2018, Fox 29 visited our farm for a feature on our alpacas and 4-H Club.
We were featured at three time slots.
On June 8th we were featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer. Here is a video about the farm:
And here is a link to the story: