Summer Farm Camp

Summer Farm Camp 2020

Join us for fun-filled learning where kids experience life on a real working farm! Campers gain self-confidence, learn to work as a team, and learn to care for animals and the environment all while having an unforgettable, good time. Each camp session has a different theme, but all have common program goals: Challenging ourselves, learning to work in a community, experiencing simple living and connecting with nature.

Summer Camp 2020

Alegre Farm Summer Camp is a wonderful opportunity for children to learn about life on the farm.

Campers will learn about composting, gardening and animal care through hands-on activities in our gardens and with our animals.


During this 3-day morning camp, we will feed and care for all our animals each day. Campers will help collect fresh eggs and learn how to take care of chickens, roosters, and baby chicks. We will groom, ride, and even bathe our horses. We will learn about goat care through feeding, grooming, and milking our nanny goats.


Campers will tend to and harvest items from our garden. We will spend time cooking and eating using our fresh herbs, vegetables, and honey from our beehives! Campers will learn all about animal respect and safety and will see what living on a farm is really like. We will also take nature walks, create some animal arts and crafts, perform science experiments, and many more fun activities.


In between all these awesome activities, the campers will work as a team, enjoy being outside and make new friends while learning about the farm.


SESSION 1: June 1-3

SESSION 2: June 15-17

SESSION 3: June 29 – July 1

SESSION 4: July 13-15


COST: Early bird sign up of $99 + Eventbrite processing fee per child until April 30th then the price goes up to $125.


TIME: (9:00 am – 12:00 pm) 


AGES: Ages 4 and up

Kids on the farm


Angie Mallard is a lifelong educator with over 20 years of teaching experience, eleven years were spent right here as a Gwinnett County Elementary teacher. Angie is passionate about helping little farmers learn all about farm life, utilizing each interaction with nature to reinforce scientific experiences with the children and to promote the preservation of the earth and its natural resources. Her experience teaching in Georgia gives her unique insight into state and county standards and she makes sure to align all activities at the farm with these standards when students come for field trips and summer camps.

“I enjoy making our farm experience fun and educational
for students and stress free
for teachers and parents”,
states Angie.