“HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS” SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24th

After filling up with turkey on Thanksgiving Thursday and shopping till you drop on Black Friday, enjoy some Christmas music on a musical hayride through the llama trails at Walnut Ridge Llama Farm on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24TH. You will begin the adventure at the Llama Store at the Lazy Llama Campground and get picked up by a tractor and wagon to begin your trip. You will end up at the llama barn where you can pet the baby llamas called […]

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SPOOKY LLAMA TRAILS & TALES COMING IN OCTOBER 2019!!

“Spooky Llama Trails & Tales” is a storytelling / musical hayride through a llama farm that started in 2010 on Walnut Ridge Llama Farm. The idea was to provide a family friendly “spooky” fall event that was appropriate for all ages. Visitors were taken on a hayride through a pasture of over 45 llamas, and then entered the woods with spooky interactive scenes of a Wendigo cave, a wood hag, scarecrow, dancing zombies and much more. We discontinued the event […]

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TAKE A WALNUT RIDGE LLAMA FARM WAGON RIDE TOUR ON SATURDAYS

We offer Wagon Ride Farm Tours weekly on Saturdays at 6:00pm. Tour season begins Saturday, March 31, 2018. Reservations must be made ahead of time. Call 423-823-2100 for Reservations. Age 13 to Adults: $10 Children (3-12): $ 5 Children 2 & Under: Free The tour will begin at the Lazy Llama Campground at 405 Chuckey Ruritan Road, South, Chuckey, TN 37641. You need to arrive around 5:30. You must check in at the campground office to get your tickets. We […]

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Llamas Make Great Guardians & Companion Livestock for the Family Farm

The last couple of years we have had many requests for llamas as guardians for sheep, goats, and cattle.  Gelded males and older female llamas appear to be the best candidates to use as guardians for farm livestock.  Llamas bond well with all types of livestock.  We have placed several llamas the last few years as guardians and companions.  We encourage our new owners to take their llamas on hikes on the farm in addition to letting them be livestock […]

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