Meet and visit with the curious personalities of an 80+ alpaca herd. Marquam Hill Ranch offers scheduled tours of the farm by reservation, so call ahead, or drop in, during open hours (you can buy a bag of grain and feed the alpacas on your own time). Check out their store featuring luxuriously soft alpaca wool goods.
- Public Restroom,
- Floor Pump,
TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
OMG look there’s Alpacas
While driving to Mt Hood we happened across this place and decided to stop just to get a couple pics. The husband and wife that run this place were wonderful! They explained all about the alpacas and what they do and produce for us. We even got to see a 2 wk old baby! This is a must stop!!
Wonderful Summer Outing
Today I took my two grandkids, ages 9 and 12, to Alpacas at Marquam Hill Ranch. Bill, the owner, gave us an alpaca short course--what they eat, when they are shorn, how their fleece is used. The kids got to feed them, too. They have a lovely gift shop so we could see what wonderful products are made from alpaca fleece.
Bucket List Item! Open and come visit now!
We visited this past Saturday (June 13) and had a wonderful time at the ranch. The owner and employees were so gracious educating us and of course the alpacas were exceptional up-close. You can tell it is a professional, fun atmosphere and certainly loved every moment with tons of pictures taken and memories made. Planning to visit again in the near future and do not miss out either! Btw, make sure you buy some feed for the alpacas and do the tour!
Nice place and beautiful store with handmade rugs and clothes. Bought some dryer balls that are made of alpaca hair. They have some great gift ideas.
Excellent Service, Excellent Alpacas
Visited the ranch on 6/12/2020. The ranch is open for business, 10-4! I called ahead and the owner answered all of my questions and was very helpful. Showed up and the owner remembered speaking with me over the phone and was excited that we made it in! I did the $5 feed bag option to get to meet the animals and the owner brought them to the gate and told me about each and everyone of them as they all ate from my hand! (There is a feeding option not from your hand.) Then the owner explained the shearing process to me and let me feel the wool myself. She went back into the gift shop with us and explained in great detail the rug making process and answered all of our questions! Hand sanitizer and masks are aplenty on the ranch. I definitely recommend a visit to see these beautiful animals! The owner is very friendly and will be just as excited to see you!