Alpacas at Legacy Ranch

Legacy Ranch is a small family farm specializing in high quality breeding stock alpacas. We are a King County conservation farm of merit.

We sell exceptional blue ribbon yarn, raw fleeces & the animals themselves from our Fall City, WA location. Our yarn is in all natural colors including the popular ROSE GRAY and SILVER GRAY. Wool gift creations and knitted garments inspired by these peaceful animals are also available.

Store hours are weekends in Nov. and Dec. Farm tours are by appointment or during our Open farm Days. We are senior and child friendly ! If you are passing by, feel free to call us from the road. Spur of the moment visits are welcome! 425-222-3533

For the best selection of raw fleeces, see us in June. Tandela, our multiple National Award winner in fawn sells out quickly! Babies (cria) are expected in late summer. There are few things on this earth as sweet as baby alpacas! Come see for yourself.

Listing last updated on Dec 17, 2013

The alpacas, dogs, chickens and cats are looking forward to your visit - and so are we. Our low key country lifestyle will bring you closer to nature. Whether you are interested in buying animals or clothing or just talking 'paca' and getting a cuteness fix - Legacy Ranch has what you seek. All the best things in life to you, The Solene Family



Schedule and Location:

Farm store located on site. Store hours by appointment on weekends and evenings.
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-Visa and MC accepted
-Special holiday open house times in the fall. Email for schedule.


Alpaca Worsted Yarn - Charcoal Grey
($12.00)
100 yard skein is approx 3.5 ozs, worsted weight, approc G guage

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