Bell House Alpacas
We purchased our farm to grow organic vegetables. Initially we used composted horse manure to fertilize the gardens. Then we discovered alpacas! We still grow veggies, but switched to alpaca manure, as alpacas became our main love and endeavor.

We are retiring! The alpacas have all moved to other farms. The farm store will be closing by the end of 2022. We still have some yarn and roving from our animals in natural and hand-dyed colors, as well as alpaca sweaters and accessories for women and men. The store is open by appointment only. Please contact us via email or text to schedule a time to visit.

We’ve enjoyed meeting the many people who have visited the alpacas and farm store over the past 18 years. Thank you for your patronage!

The Bell House Story
History Galore! Our house was built in 1792. It was a one day’s couch ride from downtown Baltimore, for travelers heading north to York, Pennsylvania and beyond. At day’s end, the coaches would arrive at the Gunpowder River, at the bottom of the hill. The horses were usually too tired to pull the coach further. A large bell resided at the bottom of the hill for travelers to request assistance. The owner of our house took draft horses down to pull the coach up the hill. The travelers would find lodging in the old Wiseburg Inn across the road, while the horses rested in our barn overnight, before continuing their journey the next morning. Hence, we live in what was once called "The Bell House".

Located in Parkton Maryland, in Baltimore County, our farm store is a short drive from Baltimore, Timonium, and Hunt Valley, Maryland, as well as locations in southern Pennsylvania.

Bell House Alpacas Farm Shop

The Farm Store features products from our alpacas. We are open by appointment only. Please email or text (410-371-6078) to schedule an appointment.



18119 York Rd.
Parkton, MD. 21120



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