Due to the rapidly evolving situation with the Coronavirus, and the current guidelines to avoid social gatherings in groups of more than 10 people, Dakota Ridge Farm will be closed beginning March 17, 2020, through April 6, 2020.  We may need to close for a longer time depending on the news.  If you already have an appointment, we will contact you to re-schedule.  Gift certificates will be still be valid and will not expire.
We are sorry to have to do this, but, out of an abundance of caution, to protect the safety and welfare of both our visitors and boarders from the spread of COVID-19, we feel the need.  Thank you for understanding.

*If you received Gift Certificates (or booked) prior to 2020, you will get the 2019 rates. 

You need to make an appointment to schedule a Farm Tour.
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TOUR ON A WORKING FARM
(generally held between 11 am and 5 pm, pleasant weather conditions are best): Come and visit approximately 58 llamas on a working farm, they are very gentle and easy to love. We will give you basic information on the many uses and care of llamas.  The tours are private, so you will not be in a large group.  You will have a personal hands-on experience as we bring out a llama for you to pet, brush, feed and walk.  We will bring you in all the barns, so you can see and interact with the animals, including taking photographs.  Selfies are encouraged. The tour will last about 1 hour, but, you are welcome to stay longer and visit with the animals afterwards. $12.00 per person.  $10 for Veterans.  
GROUP RATES AVAILABLE (10 or more) $9 for adults, $7 Veterans and children 15 and under. 
If you have any questions or concerns, please email to info@dakotaridgefarm.com 

You need to make an appointment to schedule Llama Shearing.   Click here to book an appointment

LLAMA SHEARING
: (Generally held between 11 am and 5 pm in the month of May only.)  If you would like to have a "working" experience for a couple of hours to shear a llama or two, we welcome you. You can assist with shearing and we will teach you to shear as well. You will love working with these wonderful creatures, and we will let you take a small bag of wool home with you. $60.00 per person.  $55.00 for Veterans.  Please email if you have any questions or concerns to info@dakotaridgefarm.com 
*If you received Gift Certificates (or booked) prior to 2020, you will get the 2019 rates. 

You need to make an appointment for a Trek/Hike/Walk with a llama.   Click here to book an appointment

TREKS WITH A LLAMA
 (Generally held between 11 am and 5 pm, pleasant weather conditions are best). Treks available Spring (April/May/June) and Fall (September/October/November) only.
Enjoy our guided woodland trails as you lead your “own” llama. The treks are PRIVATE, so you will not be in a large group.  Please wear comfortable shoes or boots (no open-toed shoes), especially if we have had rain, it could be muddy in spots. The hike is usually at a slow, easy pace and lasts approximately one hour. There are 2 steep hills on the trail.  Photos and selfies are encouraged.  $35.00 for adults, $30 for Veterans, and $25.00 for children 15 years and under.
*OR*
If you like, we invite you to bring lunch and use the picnic tables on the trail.  The llamas will carry everything for you.  Due to the extra time for the hike, the cost is $45.00 for adults, $40 for Veterans, and $35.00 for children 15 years and under.
Children must be 8 years old to lead a llama (or they can share with an adult). 
  If you have any questions or concerns, please email to info@dakotaridgefarm.com 

General Information:  Our farm accepts cash/check/credit cards through Square.  We have a gift shop with llama related items (t-shirts, llama plush toys, clothing, yarn) if you would like to take a peek.  You can park near the airplane and barns.  Feel free to pick a spot anywhere, as long as other vehicles can get by you.  We have a circular driveway, so if you miss the first one, come on in the second one.  Thank you! 

About Dakota Ridge Farm

Dakota Ridge Farm was established in 1990 when we obtained our first llama, Dakota, as a wedding present from Gary to Katrina. Since then, many more of these regal, magical and mystical creatures have arrived.
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