Follow Brookhollows Barnyard on Facebook for announcements of upcoming events OR go to our website: www.brookhollowsbarnyard.com 

 

To schedule an event, email 

 tina@brookhollowsbarnyard.com

or call 201 400 4505

 

 

 

 

 

Nestled between Denville, Smoke Rise and Mountain Lakes is the quaint community of Boonton Township. Despite the rapid development of surrounding areas, the Township remains rural to this day. Here in Boonton Township the Johanson family has owned farmland since the 1930s. Our land has been used for dairy and sheep farming, pumpkin, Christmas tree and ornamental tree growing, horse and alpaca breeding and now our wonderful new Barnyard which features an array of farmyard animals to delight your whole family! 

Home to some of the best known elite alpacas in the country, Brookhollow Farm is also a wonderful place to visit with your family and friends. Our newest addition, Brookhollow's Barnyard, attracts visitors from 2 to 92! Supervised animal petting is featured.  Our young visitors particularly love the baby bunnies and "kids" that are born every spring.

 

Bruce, the Royal Yak and Melanie MooCow, our Highland cow, are among the farm favorites as well as

Babydoll and Icelandic sheep, peacocks, alpacas, mini horses, donkeys and llamas...and more!

 

The very young particularly enjoy the covered sandbox and playhouse

 

Open from May through October, the Barnyard offers a fun and enjoyable excursion for your entire family.  Plan your child's birthday at our popular birthday barn.  Watch for announcements of new features! 


Herdsires

Brookhollow Farm is justifiably proud of its champion world-class herdsires  We invite you to take a look at some of these superb animals.
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Snowmass Invincible

Snowmass Invincible
Snowmass Invincible fits his name, as he beat out the entire US in a growing competitive group of ultimate white alpaca males to take 1st Place in his class at the 2003 All American Futurity of Sires.

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