You Can Chill With Alpacas & Piggies At This Cute Farm Near Toronto
Apparently, they love a good neck scratch. 💛🐷
If you like animals more than people, we’ve got just the thing. You can hang out with adorable creatures at a pig and alpaca rescue farm in Ontario. You'll find this charming little farm just outside of Toronto.
Millen + Smith Acres is a family-run farm located in Peterborough, Ont. It's filled with furry critters for you to meet and fall in love with.
You can book your meet and greet on Airbnb Experiences for $35 per person.
During your visit, you will get to learn all about alpacas before coming into their pen where you can feed them.
"This is not a petting zoo so touching the alpacas is not guaranteed," the farm notes. "Sometimes they're groovy with a neck scratch, sometimes they'd rather just a photo op.”
Afterward, you’ll be introduced to Jolene and Billy Ray, the resident potbellied pigs, who unlike the alpacas, are always down for a belly rub or an ear scratch.
Towards the end of your experience, you and the pigs will head down to the pond where you can feed them and even refresh yourself with an included beverage.
According to the Airbnb listing, farm owner Jenn traded in her big city life to become a country mouse.
“I took over the family farm 5 years ago and have been acquiring misfit animals ever since,” reads a blurb on Airbnb
“We have a fondness for the underdogs and a passion for education and animal welfare. Our days are never dull and always filled with adventure of some sort, and A LOT of slobbery kisses.”
Yourwill take roughly one hour in total, but with farm cuties like this, you’ll probably never want to leave.
Not to mention, the property itself is stunning, according to recent reviews.
Reviewers are also quick to note that the hosts Jenn and Matt are extremely welcoming.
So if you've never met an animal you didn't love,to this cute farm is an absolute must.
Millen + Smith Acres Alpaca Pig Tour
When: Various dates available
Address: Peterborough, ON
Why You Need To Go: You can hang out with cute pigs and alpacas for those days when you just can't with humans.