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.
Weather permitting, we’re open most weekends from 9am – 6pm. 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 is $12/kids, $10/adults, and kids under 2 are free!

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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15 hours ago

Sweet Eats Fruit Farm

Weekend update #2 (Sunday 1pm): Finally got hit with a good sized thunderstorm and looks like it's going to rain on and off the rest of the day so we're going to shut it down early.

Homeschool day is still on for tomorrow unless we get tons of rain...

Peach and nectarine harvest begins Saturday!!
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Ruby Garcia Keith Moreno here is the one just outside of Taylor on 29 from Georgetown. Maybe we can meet up again here.

Susan, Melody peaches Saturday 😍

Cole we will be going to this next weekend for peaches. DO NOT forget! 😂😂

Weekend Update: (5/19-20). We are open this weekend with all of our normal activities (petting zoo, face painting, hay maze, pony rides, etc...). We have some strawberries left for picking - we recommend coming on Saturday morning for the strawberries because they will go quickly.

Our peaches and nectarines are not quite ready yet but we are almost positive they will be ready for picking next weekend!

We do have fresh eggs for sale at the farm! $5/dozen
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Weekend Update: (5/19-20).  We are open this weekend with all of our normal activities (petting zoo, face painting, hay maze, pony rides, etc...).  We have some strawberries left for picking - we recommend coming on Saturday morning for the strawberries because they will go quickly. 

Our peaches and nectarines are not quite ready yet but we are almost positive they will be ready for picking next weekend!  

We do have fresh eggs for sale at the farm!  $5/dozen

 

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Do you still have bing cherries?

How much are strawberries?

Yvette we should go peach picking next weekend!!!

Shane Cunningham

Andrea Alford

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5 days ago

Sweet Eats Fruit Farm

Farm Update!

Peach & Nectarine update:

The time is near! We'll make a decision this Friday to open up the first two blocks for picking, or wait till next weekend. We are checking the trees every day to gauge when we have enough ripe fruit.

The first variety of nectarine is an early white flesh variety called Artic Star. Even though it's white flesh, if it ripens on the tree, the flesh will develop a beautiful red blush on it. As an early variety and a nectarine, these are small (about the size of a plum). They are semi freestone and sub acidic.

Our first variety of peach is a June gold (see picture below). This is a yellow flesh freestone peach. These are blushing and sizing currently. We've found a couple of ripe ones so far. They flowered over a long period of time, so we expect the harvest to be over a long period as well.

After those, we'll move onto the Galaxy Peach (White flesh donut shaped), La Feliciana (Yellow Peach) and Sierra Rich (Yellow Peach); and finally to Summer Sweet, Valley Sweet, and Sweet Henry varieties. We expect the harvest to go until late July or early August, but we'll see. This is our first 'real' harvest so there is a lot for us to learn as well!

Peaches & Nectarines are $2.50/lb. Stay tuned to our FB page/Website for updates!

Fruit test updates:
Strawberries are winding down. We learned a lot this first year and we're excited to put that knowledge into action for this next year. Expect more quantity and better quality for next year!

We're currently testing some other fruit to see how the varieties and root stock does in our climate. Anyone care to guess what the flowering tree is?

Camp / activity update:
We still have a few spots left for the first week of camp, but they are filling up fast! Register on our website!

Some of the new things we have added for camp & the weekends: Gaga ball (Israeli dodge ball.. apparently all the rage at camps these days!); and we're working on getting a misting system up and going as well to keep everyone cool, and play in the mud!

Finally, last summer we had issues with the jump pad getting hot in the direct sun, so we recently installed a shade cloth. Y'all will continue to stay cool out here even during the heat of summer!
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Any update on if you will open this weekend?

Chris since our tree doesn’t produce

Peach update?

Christopher Delossantos you know my baby loves nectarines. We should take her over memorial day weekend

Updates on white flesh nectarines please

I drove by this yesterday!!

Flowering tree is cherry?

Cole Oppliger When the peaches are ripe we're going. I need me some more delicious peaches🤤🤤

Nikki Vines maybe check this place out for the nectarines?

Cori Rose- peaches 🍑

Vance WilsonMay this place is in Georgetown!!!

Gad!

Yaridia Adams Corcino esta es la Granja

Linh Nguyen this is in Georgetown!

Katie Lunsford Uhl

Stacie Cary

Ray Valdes

Mary Contreras

Brittanie Garrigan

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