Adopt an Alpaca

 A perfect gift for those who have everything, suitable for all ages. We offer two alpaca adoption packages -

The adoption pack : £60

  • An adoption certificate and photograph of your chosen alpaca

  • An alpaca toy

  • A sample of their fleece

  • Quarterly electronic newsletter for 12 months

  • A meet and greet for 2 people

The luxury adoption pack : £120

  • The adoption pack  PLUS

  • A farm visit and Devon cream tea for 2 people

  • An alpaca walk and feed the alpacas

  • A greetings card of your choice from your adopted alpaca (birthday, anniversary, Christmas or other special occasion)

Note: Our adoption pack includes a meet and greet for 2 people, which is upgraded with the luxury adoption pack to an alpaca experience for 2 people. Bring a friend for £20 on your meet and greet or for £40 for the luxury adoption pack experience. Under 5s are free with a paying adult.  We cannot guarantee that you will be able to walk your adopted alpaca on your visit but there are lovely alternative alpacas available for you. 


Please note that the items in the pack are subject to availability and dependent on your chosen alpaca

For more information or group visits please contact us. Each meet and greet will last an hour, an experience will last for about two hours. Prior booking is essential to avoid disappointment. Please contact us with your requirements.

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Adopt an alpaca - which one?

Please let us know which alpaca you would like to adopt.  We have a variety of alpacas to chose from, whether you prefer black, white, brown or fawn; boy or girl; long eye lashes or singing alpacas.  We cannot promise that you will be able to walk your alpaca when you visit but we have lots of other alpacas who will love to meet you, especially if you have their favourite treat. 


Hello my name is Nala. 
I was born in Lakemoor's Lion King year.
This year I have enjoyed walking around the farm with my friends and seeing the beautiful views of Dartmoor.
I am very friendly, love tickles on my neck, and if you are very lucky I might come and give you an alpaca kiss (a gentle sniff and tickle with my whiskers). I also love carrots and leaving grass hanging out of my mouth for later!


Hello, my name is Bonnie. I joined Lakemoor Alpacas in 2016, with my first Lakemoor baby, Eclipse. Since then I have had three babies - Butterscotch, Nube and Skyfall who is my latest cria (baby alpaca).

I love to sing whilst having my hair and nails done, and also love to have treats like carrots but am a little timid. 

I am a pure white, with a lovely fine fleece.

Stawberry Fields

Hello, my name is Strawberry - Strawberry Fields.  I was born in 2020, Lakemoor Alpacas 'Bond' year with my best friend Moneypenny.

I am friendly although a little shy at times.  If you are lucky, I may come over and take a carrot from your hand.

I visited The Devon County Show in 2021 with my Mum Ulaya and friends Moneypenny, Usla, and Nala.  I had a great time trying alpaca agility and meeting lots of people. 


Hello, my name is Ulaya and I joined Lakemoor Alpacas in 2018 with my best friend Usla because they were increasing their females and colours.

They chose me because I am very pretty and unusual along with my interesting fleece.

This year I gave birth to my first cria, a beautiful girl named Strawberry Fields who was born in Lakemoor's 'Bond' year.

 I am good on the halter, like being tickled on the neck and I am very friendly.  I have very long eyelashes and like carrots.

I love to go on walks and explore outside my field.  In 2021 I found a new talent, alpaca agility, at The Devon County Show.  It was great fun weaving between poles and jumping. 


Hello my name is Usla, I joined Lakemoor alpacas in 2018 with my best friend Ulaya because they were increasing their females and colours.

I won a 1st place rosette at my first show in North Devon.

I am good on the halter, like being tickled on the neck and being the centre of attention. I also love carrots.

In the alpaca world I am classed as a true black because of my fleece colour.  I am one of the three black alpacas in Lakemoor’s herd.

I love to go on alpaca walks with my friends and explore the farm, with it's wonderful views across Dartmoor.


Hello, my name is Butterscotch, but you can call me Scotty.  I was born a Lakemoor Alpaca in 2017 from my mum, Bonnie.

I have been to two shows – Devon County Show and The Cornwall Camelid Show in 2018. At The Devon County Show I won a first and a reserve champion, however at The Cornwall Camelid Show I won a first and champion!

I am friendly although still a little shy.  I am called Butterscotch because of my fleece colour.

I am one of Lakemoor's stud males, and am now father to two beautiful baby girls, Strawberry Fields and Moneypenny.


Hello, my name is Eclipse, I joined Lakemoor Alpacas with my mum Bonnie as a baby in 2016. Here, I met my best friend Lunar who I now do everything with.

In 2017, I visited the Devon County show as support for my friends, Aslan and Mr Tumnus.

I have a white fleece and a pink nose with a few black dots on it.

I am called Eclipse because I was born during Lakemoor’s space themed year.


Hello, my name is Lunar and I was born at Lakemoor alpaca in 2016.

So far, the only show I have been to is The Devon County Show in 2017 where I helped to keep my friends happy.

In 2016 I met a new friend, Eclipse, who joined us with his mum from another herd. We grew up together and now we do everything with each other.

I am a friendly alpaca and sometimes don’t mind a tickle on my neck.

In the alpaca world my fleece is known as light fawn.

I am called Lunar because I was born during Lakemoor’s space themed year.