The Town of Suffield is committed to fair and respectful treatment of all people, enhancement and promotion of inclusivity and diversity, and elimination of racism, discrimination and bias.
Roaring Acres Alpacas spans over 30 scenic acres and is home to huacaya and suri alpacas, a llama, painted desert sheep, mini horses, goats, mini donkeys, pigs, and a variety of ducks, chickens, and geese, including rare and heritage breeds. Open Saturdays, weather permitting, their farm welcomes everyone to interact with and feed the alpacas in the main pasture during open hours. Explore their on-site boutique featuring exquisite alpaca fiber products, from socks to winter gloves and scarves, all crafted from their own alpacas.
Located at 685 Hale Street, the farm encourages guests to pick up fresh, pasture-raised eggs, local honey from Jake's Bees, and more. Not just a farm, Roaring Acres hosts weddings, private events, and offers sponsorship programs for animal lovers. Visit or shop online at our Etsy shop.
Dan Leonard is the Recreation and Sports Programmer of the Parks and Recreation Department. Dan has been working for the town since August of 2021. Some of his favorite Town Programs that he has been a part of are Summer Camp at Sunrise Park, the Hot Dog Eating Contest at the Suffield Summer Fair, and a Kickball Tournament for Suffield Elementary youth.
Dan has a dog named Walter and loves to play basketball and travel. His favorite place that he has traveled to is the Great Sand Dunes National Park in Colorado. You can find Dan at the Senior Center in the Parks and Recreation Department if you need any assistance with registering for programs, or have any questions regarding sports leagues, camp, after school programs.