Welcome to Sweet Eats Fruit Farm

Sweet Eats is a great place to have fun with your whole family. We have a lot of family friendly activities that all ages from 1 to 100 can enjoy.
Come, pick fruit and only pay for what you pick, or stay and enjoy all the fun farm activities.
Admission to the activities section of the farm varies from $10 to $16 per person, and kids under 2 are free! See our tickets page for more information.Β 

Things to Do
Things to Do

From pony rides & petting zoo, to lounging around in our hammocks listening to live music, there is plenty to keep you entertained for hours.

Plan Your Visit
Plan Your Visit

We are located just East of Georgetown on Highway 29. We’re open most weekends from 9am – 6pm.

Birthdays & Private Events
Birthdays & Private Events

Interested in having a birthday party, field trip, or other private event at the farm? We’ve got loads of fun options.

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Beautiful weekend to come out to the farm!

Open Sat from 9am-10pm (flashlight maze is the only activity at night; see our FB events for details)
Sunday 9am-6pm
Monday 9am-6pm

Here's some inspiration for y'all!
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Beautiful weekend to come out to the farm! 

Open Sat from 9am-10pm (flashlight maze is the only activity at night; see our FB events for details)
Sunday 9am-6pm
Monday 9am-6pm

Heres some inspiration for yall!

Comment on Facebook

That’s scary πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

We are planning to spend the afternoon with y’all—should we bring rain boots to manage the mud??

How muddy is it out there today?

Are you all open on Tuesday? 🀞

Friday and Weekend Update: 10/11 - 13. We are going to close the farm today, Friday, October 11th. The temperature is a little chilly and the wind is picking up making it even colder so this afternoon we will be closed.

The good thing about the wind is that everything will be all dried out and we will be ready to go for the wonderful weather this weekend!

We will be open Saturday and Sunday from 9am - 6pm.

ALSO, we will be open on Columbus Day, Monday, October 14th from 9am - 6pm.

All of our activities will be available on Saturday, Sunday, and Columbus Day. Admission is $16/person (under 2 free).
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Friday and Weekend Update: 10/11 - 13.  We are going to close the farm today, Friday, October 11th.  The temperature is a little chilly and the wind is picking up making it even colder so this afternoon we will be closed. 

The good thing about the wind is that everything will be all dried out and we will be ready to go for the wonderful weather this weekend!  

We will be open Saturday and Sunday from 9am - 6pm.  

ALSO, we will be open on Columbus Day, Monday, October 14th from 9am - 6pm.  

All of our activities will be available on Saturday, Sunday, and Columbus Day.  Admission is $16/person (under 2 free).

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Martin Ebanks this is where I want to go tomorrow

Harlan Elam open Monday!

Leanna Borsellino Swingler

Chris Clark

Sean Hannan

Miza Delgado vamos el domingo?

Terry Glispie let’s goooooo!

Billi Schilling

Hope the weather clears up for you. It's pouring right now in round rock.

Now that my youngest is 2, a trip here is so expensive for a family of 4😭😭😭😭

Is admission the week day price for Columbus Day since it’s a Monday? Or is it the full weekend price?

Will the flashlight maze still be going on tomorrow night?

Is only weekends???

Can kids do everything there and the $16 covers it or is it additional for things they do

Is a Pumpkin included with admission?

If we come for the afternoon and pay admission and are pla ning on doing the flashlight maze as well do we leave at 6 then return later and pay an additional admission?

Is the fee also for adults who dont participate in any activities?

Shaunna Stevens Chapman

Kathey Kathleen Austin well guess not this afternoon

Marshall Sloane

Amanda Trahan Parker made that decision easy, 😊

Dani Nicole Garcia is this your hopes and dreams?

Sarah Wolfe

Michele King to take bubba

Nathali

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Fun Fact Friday about our Wild West Corn Maze:

Trail Traffic Jams. You think you have traffic problems? Well, the western emigrants had their share of traffic woes. That vision you have of a lone wagon, making its way slowly through the prairie--well, that's probably not very realistic. Wagons of folks traveled on trails in enormous groups. Historians have noted that there were sometimes so many wagons on the trail that you could see dozens and dozens of them, for as far as the eyes could see. No big deal right? Well, if you were at the rear of the pack, the dust that was kicked up by the giant wagon train could get incredibly thick and miserable. A pair of goggles was necessary for one to be able to see. The horses and animals that brought up the rear often had nowhere to graze, as the animals that were leading the way had already overgrazed the land.οΎ  The earlier travelers often had made latrine facilities near the trail that would eventually contaminate the water supply of those that came along later.

www.halloweenexpress.com/blog/9-strange-but-true-facts-straight-out-of-the-wild-west-d023bb/
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Fun Fact Friday about our Wild West Corn Maze:

Trail Traffic Jams. You think you have traffic problems? Well, the western emigrants had their share of traffic woes. That vision you have of a lone wagon, making its way slowly through the prairie--well, thats probably not very realistic. Wagons of folks traveled on trails in enormous groups. Historians have noted that there were sometimes so many wagons on the trail that you could see dozens and dozens of them, for as far as the eyes could see. No big deal right? Well, if you were at the rear of the pack, the dust that was kicked up by the giant wagon train could get incredibly thick and miserable. A pair of goggles was necessary for one to be able to see. The horses and animals that brought up the rear often had nowhere to graze, as the animals that were leading the way had already overgrazed the land.οΎ  The earlier travelers often had made latrine facilities near the trail that would eventually contaminate the water supply of those that came along later.

https://www.halloweenexpress.com/blog/9-strange-but-true-facts-straight-out-of-the-wild-west-d023bb/
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