We are situated in Ashdown Forest, East Sussex, on the A22 about 5 miles south of East Grinstead.
Linda, the owner of the Llama Park, purchased the site in 1995 when it consisted of a few dilapidated buildings and a caravan.
The Park now has more than a 100 llamas and alpacas living happily on the 32 acres of beautiful parkland. In 2007 Dasher and Blitzen, two handsome reindeer, arrived at The Park and are now part of a growing herd with babies born each year.
Take a llama for a walk through the stunning scenery of the Ashdown Forest. Lead your own personal llama and smile as he enjoys his trek stopping to nibble on his favorite leaves and like a naughty child try to wander off course into the bracken.
Llamas are bred for treking and will happily walk beside you and will peacefully accept your commands.
The walk is a relaxed enjoyable experience and is suitable for anyone over the age of 14 years and physically fit as you should be capable of walking for an hour at a steady pace on undulating and sometimes uneven ground. Walking shoes or wellies are sensible.
Llama Hen Parties
Ladies, try a Hen party llama walk. How many brides do you know who can boast of wedding album photos with llamas?
Fancy going out with a tall, strong, good looking boy? Choose from Lionel, Tom, Nicholas, Lorenzo, Leroy or one of the other handsome male llamas who would love to spend some time with you.
Come early and come fancy dressed. Have breakfast, meet and choose your llama and enjoy a pleasant walk through the beautiful Sussex countryside of the Ashdown Forest.
When you return to the park, take more photos and maybe manage a delicious lunch and a chance for some retail therapy in our stylish shop.
Llama Corporate Event
Looking for an unusual team building event ? Liven up your colleques and enjoy an amusing and interesting walk with the llamas. Private walks can be arranged at a time and date to fit in with your days agenda.
A usual team building event here at the park starts with an early morning coffee 10.00 followed by an interesting and informative talk about the history and background of these interesting animals. Your team will then be given thier llama - we try to match personalities so a slow and shy llama can go with a similar member of your team. A llama can be shared by two or more people or they may like to have a llama each (subject to maximum numbers). The walk sets off at 11.00am and can be as short as half an hour or as long as two hours depending on the 'fitness' of your team or how you have planned your agenda for the day.
When your team return to the Park they will be hungry so they can fill up with either a buffet lunch or a hot meal chosen from our menu.
We have a Conference Room for use if you want to continue your meeting in the surroundings of the Park.