Located in Deepstep, Georgia (Kaolin capital of the world), we are situated on 50 acres of land and surrounded by undeveloped Timber and Mining land. Our alpacas has plenty of room to roam and plenty of well established pastures to graze on. We are originally from North Florida and finally had enough of the hustle and bustle. We left that behind for the tranquility of small town life and the peace that raising alpacas offers.
This is a small family farm started by us (Tony and Theresa) in preparation for our daughter's return from the Air Force. She still has several years of duty left and will return to take over the farm while we watch from our rocking chairs on the porch.
We are home to 61 alpacas, both Suri and Huacaya, 9 Llamas, most of which are rescues that we got from Southeast Llama Rescue (SELR).
Tony & Theresa Pitts
3646 Deepstep Creek Road
Sandersville, GA 31082
904-509-7200 (Tony's Cell Phone)
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Directions to the farm
From Milledgeville, GA:
Beginning at the intersection of US441 and W Hancock Street (in front
of the college), continue East on W Hancock for 4.5 miles. Take the
SR24 fork to your right. Follow SR24 for 3.2 miles. Turn left onto
Deepstep Road (there are a lot of advertisments posted at this
junction). Follow Deepstep Road for 1.96 miles. Turn left on Prosser
Road. Follow Prosser for 4.3 miles. Turn right on Indian Trail Road
(this is a dirt road). Landmark here is two white churches across the
street from each other. Follow Indian Trail for 1.2 miles. Turn left
on Deepstep Creek Road. Follow Deepstep Creek Road for .3 miles. Our
farm is on the left.
From Sandersville, GA:
From US15, turn West onto W Church Street. Follow W Church Street for
.2 miles. Turn right onto Virginia Ave. Landmark here is the cemetary
on the West side of Virginia Ave. Follow Virginia Ave til it ends (only
a block). Turn left onto W Haynes St. Follow W Haynes St for 1.58
miles. This will be a stop light at SR88 (The Fall Line Freeway).
Continue straight onto Deepstep Road. Follow Deepstep Road for 9.61
miles (you will pass through the small town of Deepstep). Turn right
onto Deepstep Creek Road. This is a dirt road and is the first dirt
road after leaving Deepstep. Follow Deepstep Creek Road for 3.66 miles
(this is a heavily wooded and non-populated road. Don't worry, you are
on the right road). Our farm is on the right.
***PLEASE NOTE*** If you use a GPS to get here, make sure that it is
taking you to the correct place. We have had lost travelers who have
depended on their GPS systems.
Our farm is also dedicated to the remembrance of our son who left us too early. RIP Jessy, we miss you!
Updated September 10, 2011