Ron & Terry Miller
520 The Great Rd
PO Box 280
Peacham, Vermont 05862
802-592-3153


Snowshoe Farm is not open to the public. We have neither the facilities nor the staff to conduct farm tours. If you are interested in raising alpacas, please contact us to schedule a visit. We want to be able to give you our undivided attention!


Please take note if using a GPS or online service such a Mapquest to find our farm! You are very likely to be directed to use Field Rd which is an unmaintained Class 4 road. This road is often not passable due to mud or snow. We recommend you follow the directions below.

Snowshoe Farm is located in Peacham, Vermont, 8 miles west of I-91, about an hour north of the White River Junction, VT/Hanover, NH area and about 1-1/2 hours southeast of Burlington, VT.


Directions to Snowshoe Farm:

 

From I-91:

Take Exit 18, Barnet-Peacham.

Head west towards South Peacham.

Continue about 6 miles to the stop sign in South Peacham.

The Bayley-Hazen Country Store (closed) is across the intersection.

Go straight (to the left of the store) onto Gov Mattocks Rd and follow to the end (about 3/4 mile).

Turn left onto County Rd.

Travel approx 2 miles to Snowshoe Farm, staying left at fork in road

White house is on right with barns on both sides of the street.

From Route 302:

In the village of Groton, follow the sign to Peacham and turn north onto Minard Hill Road.

Continue for 1-1/2 miles.

Bear left onto Great Road (dirt road).

Travel about 4 miles to Snowshoe Farm.

White house is on left with barns on both sides of the street.

From Route 2:

In the village of Danville, follow the sign to Peacham and head south on the Peacham-Danville Road.

Continue through the village of Peacham into South Peacham.

At the 4-way intersection, the Bayley-Hazen Country Store (closed) will be on your right.

Turn right onto Gov Mattocks Rd and follow to the end (about 3/4 mile).

Turn left onto County Rd.

Travel approx 2 miles to Snowshoe Farm, staying to left at fork in road

White house is on right with barns on both sides of the street.