The Story of Spring Acres
DR. ALBERT CAMMA PURCHASED THE LAND IN 1980 AND ALWAYS SAW THE POTENTIAL IN THE ROLLING HILLS AND FIELDS OF THE UNUSED FARM.
Since then, Spring Acres has grown into a working farm, that supplies food for the animals on that farm, and is a registered tree farm as well. Featuring two houses, three barns, chickens, alpacas, llamas, dogs and cats. Spring Acres is the perfect place to come rest, relax and unwind.
Domesticated over 6,000 years ago, alpacas were treasured by the Incas for their soft and elegant fiber. Suri fiber, in particular, was revered as fiber only for royalty! However, with the arrival of the Spanish Conquistadors, who preferred their native sheep, alpacas were nearly exterminated, and it wasn’t until the mid-1800’s that alpaca fiber was “re-discovered” by the British textile industry.
Suri fiber is experiencing a wonderful “renaissance” today as artisans come to appreciate its lustrous, cool feeling and its presentation of drape and elegance. As a result, Suri is showing up in all sorts of applications – just take a look!
The Alpacas Of Spring Acres
At the Spring Acres Bed And Breakfast. This beautiful 4-Bedroom guest house is located on 180 acres of farmland.
For your next event, meeting or conference in our 1,800 Sq Ft. custom built facility.
For Suri Alpacas, Alpaca Yarn and other unique Alpaca Products.
Fiber arts experiences such as weaving, spinning, knitting and crocheting.
Book your next trip or conference today!
Contact us about making reservations at our Bed & Breakfast, booking our conference center, making an appointment to visit our Alpaca Store or make an inquiry about purchasing one of our Suri Alpacas.