Brenda Crum is being called the alpaca whisperer. She looks over more than 200 alpacas at the Golden Spirit Alpaca Ranch in Odessa.
“Most people do say, ‘What is an alpaca?’” Crum said. “It’s a common question. They are from the camel family.” The animals are also related to llamas. “They are a docile, gentle animal,” Crum said. “Their spirit is so sweet.” The ranch offers tours where you can get up close and personal with alpaca. “It has the name of a tour, but it’s really an experience, because you learn about the alpaca,” Crum said. “You get to touch them, learn about their personalities and have a little close-up photo-op, which is real fun for people.”
Our finest alpaca fashions and accessories are sold at our EveryWear alpaca store. You will find clothing, toys, scarves, belts, hats and many other items made from alpaca. Our specialty yarn from our very own alpaca in natural or dyed colors will make yarn enthusiasts melt. Shopping can take place by appointment or during tours and during the holiday season to accommodate all of your gift-giving needs. Consider buying the special people in your life a unique and timeless gift of products made from alpaca fleece. They will love them! We have items for babies, kids, men and women – plus items for the home.
We look forward to your visit and hope to see you in some alpaca merchandise!
Book a one of a kind tour . . . to see a one of a kind animal!
Tours are the fun way to learn about and see alpaca.
Ticket price is only $28.50 per person and we ask that at least one adult be registered for every 7 children in a group. We now offer group rates for groups of 10 or more – please call for rates (727-809-2253). We have also limited the tour size to a total of 16 people, so if you have a larger group, please contact us via email to see if scheduling a tour is possible. Tickets can be purchased through the link below.
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