Animals at Fruin Farm

If you would like to get up close and personal with our animals please call to book in for one our activities below:

​Alpaca/Llama Farm Walk (approx 30 mins)
Gentle stroll around the farm suitable for the young and old. £10 per person

​'Wee' Farmers Farmyard Tour (approx 1 hour depending on group size)
Educational as well as interactive and fun. Come and help us with our daily duties. We will feed the animals, learn about them, what they eat, how we look after them and what they need to stay happy and healthy.  This activity will be tailored to age and ability
£30 per session for groups of 4 or less
OR £7 per person for groups of 5 or more (maximum groups size 8)

​Pond Dipping (approx 30 mins)
Dip your net for watery creatures and using a special chart identify what you have captured. All creatures will be returned to the water once inspected. All props needed will be provided
£5 per child, adults free (minimum 2 children)

Animal Parties
Combine an animal activity of your choice with a party banquet in the barn afterwards

Llama Treks
 From a gentle stroll along the shores of Loch Lomond to tackling the nearby Arrochar Alps, contact us to discuss potential routes and prices

We are delighted to work with groups young and old and welcome inquiries from individuals and groups with additional needs
We are also able to set up regular sessions e.g. weekly/ monthly basis
 School bookings please contact us to discuss your syllabus and requirements

All children under the age or 16 must be accompanied by an adult

Animal Activities are conducted by Rebecca Cleworth DIP Animal Anatomy and Physiology. MSc Applied Animal Behaviour and Animal Welfare
PTTLS (teaching qualification)


Some of our animals you might meet on a farmyard tour!

​Additional Information

Everyone who enters animal enclosures will be required to dip their feet in disinfectant before leaving the farm therefore wellies are a MUST (walking boots/ trainers etc are not a suitable alternative)

Please ensure you wash your hands after any animal contact, in particular, before eating. Anyone who is not feeling well or has open wounds on their hands should avoid animal contact and pond dipping

For animal welfare and land managements reasons not all of the animals shown on our website may be visable at any one time

Unfortunately due to the limited size of our car park it is not possible to wander around freely at Fruin Farm
 ​The car park is for Fruin Farm patrons only