A NOTE TO OUR GUESTS
Visiting Applewood Llamas is easy and fun. There is a large block of rock at the top of our llama pasture. It is the perfect place to sit and enjoy the grazing llamas and the fantastic view of the Blue Ridge Mountains. If you quietly sit on this rock and you are lucky, a few of the llamas will eventually come over to the check you out. They may even come over to sniff you. Stryker and Jonas are the most inquisitive. They probably won’t get close enough to touch, but certainly close enough for good pictures. And llamas do like to pose!
Just make sure when you enter and exit the pasture, you close the gate securely. We would not want any or all of them to find their way into our garden.
If getting up close is not your thing, another good vantage point is from above the pasture. We keep the grass mowed so you can walk up and around the pasture to get above it. From there you can see in all directions. Since the llamas seem to like the views, too, they often hang out up there. Conveniently, it also makes for some pretty cool pictures.
When visiting Applewood llamas, we always recommend that visitors wear shoes with good traction. The grass is often wet from dew and the terrain is steep.
Visiting Applewood llamas is limited to Cottage guests, so book early to get the best seat in town.