Being able to spend an entire day playing with animals sounds ideal, but who really wants to trek to a zoo full of kids running around screaming? Being able to actually interact with fluffy animals that are free to roam a farm may be more up your alley and there is a place right here in Georgia. One of the more unique things to do in Georgia includes exploring this alpaca farm for a fun weekend activity.
Creekwater Alpaca Farm is located near Stone Mountain, Georgia and is a 52-acre farm that has alpacas, goats and other animals running around. You can take a tour of the farm and get up close and personal with these furry friends.
Alpacas produce some of the softest fiber in the world, which is used for socks and other clothing items. Don't worry, though, as gathering alpaca fur does not harm the animal, it's just like shedding.
There are 52 alpacas that live and thrive on this farm. They get to roam around and you can pet and feed them on your visit. It is usually a $10 fee to take a tour and interact, but not this week!
From now until January 5, you can see these alpacas for free. If you've been wanting to visit, now is the time.
If you're anything like us, we're always looking for something new and exciting to do on the weekends, for cheap. This might be very out of the ordinary, but you probably haven't done anything like it before.
While you're in the area, you should check out this treehouse Airbnb that's surrounded by an alpaca farm, so you can keep the theme of the weekend going.
Creekwater Alpaca Farm
When: Now until January 5
Address: 2742 Centerville Rosebud Rd., Snellville, GA
Why You Need To Go: You can play and interact with these fluffy alpacas for absolutely free, which is rare. You can feed them and get up close and personal with them.