Apple Hill Farm

Apple Hill Farm
Lee Rankin
400 Apple Hill Road
Banner Elk, NC 28604
WATAUGA County
Phone: 828 963-1662
applehillalpaca@aol.com

A place where animals talk and people listen

Special News
Saturday 2pm - 1.5 hour guided walking tours. Mid may - mid Oct. Adults $10, children under 10 - 5$, under 3 is free. Reservations reuqested 828-963-1662

About US
Apple Hill Farm sits on top of Valle Mountain on the site of a 45-year-old apple orchard. The remaining apple trees serve as the focal point for the farm, which is now home to a menagerie of animals. Magnificent mountain views, wooded footpaths, and landscaped gardens are the visual backdrop for the barns and animals.

The mission of Apple Hill Farm is to educate people about animals and farming. A 1 1/2 hour guided walking tour starts at the Horse barn, winding around the farm to visit alpacas, donkeys, llamas, goats, chickens, vegetable garden, and horses. Tour guides give information about the animals, their stories and their purpose to the farm. The terrain is hilly. Wear comfortable walking shoes and don't forget to bring a camera.

The Apple Hill Farm Store (upstairs in the barn) features clothing made from alpaca fiber, arts and crafts from local artisans and a unique selection of gift items. We also have eggs, garden produce in season and honey.

Our Products
Alpaca products, alpaca socks, alpaca scarves, alpaca sweaters, alpaca yarn, felted hats, eggs, soap, goats, alpacas,

Directions
Located between Valle Crucis and Banner Elk off of Highway 194. Take Oliver Hill up and turn right on Bladed Road, second left onto Apple Hill Road. We are at the end of Apple Hill Road.

Hours of Operation
Public tours Saturdays at 2pm, Mid-May through Mid-October. Adults $10, Age 10 and under $5, Under 3 are free. (Reservations are requested) Private tours available for groups and individuals year round, please call for rates. 828-963- 1662.

Web Site
www.applehillfarmnc.com

Here's where you can find our products
Apple Hill Farm Store at Apple Hill Farm and at the Great Train Robbery in Banner Elk.

 


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