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 per person 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.

News

Update: A winner has been announced.

If you are interested in purchasing blackberry plants please contact us soon.
The plants are bare root and need to get in soil relatively soon. Details are below.

Hello Friends! We are still doing work around farm right now. One of the projects we just finished was planting blackberries! They will not be ready for pick your own at the farm for 2 years, but..... we do have some extra plants.

For Win it Wednesday one lucky person will win 10 Triple Crown Blackberry plants! Like this post and we will pick a random winner at the end of the day.

For those of you that do not win we have plants for sale! They are $3 each with a minimum purchase of 10 plants. The plants are bare root.

Send us a message if you are interested in purchasing.

About Triple Crown Blackberries: They are thornless! The Triple Crown Blackberry is named for its three attributes; flavor, productivity and vigor. It’s also disease resistant and can grow huge berries. The berries offer a tasty blend of sweetness and tartness.
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Update: A winner has been announced.  

If you are interested in purchasing blackberry plants please contact us soon. 
 The plants are bare root and need to get in soil relatively soon.  Details are below. 

Hello Friends!  We are still doing work around farm right now.  One of the projects we just finished was planting blackberries!  They will not be ready for pick your own at the farm for 2 years, but.....  we do have some extra plants.

For Win it Wednesday one lucky person will win 10 Triple Crown Blackberry plants!  Like this post and we will pick a random winner at the end of the day.  

For those of you that do not win we have plants for sale!  They are $3 each with a minimum purchase of 10 plants.  The plants are bare root.

Send us a message if you are interested in purchasing.  

About Triple Crown Blackberries: They are thornless! The Triple Crown Blackberry is named for its three attributes; flavor, productivity and vigor. It’s also disease resistant and can grow huge berries. The berries offer a tasty blend of sweetness and tartness.

 

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Christine Harding you are the winner!!! Congrats! Send us a message and we can workout the details on picking up the plants.

What a great giveaway! Briana Homerstad remember the raspberry plants when we were kids?? Our kiddos would love this!

I would love some blackberry plants!

I would like to purchase 10 plants

Are these thornless?

Sweet Eats Fruit Farm any homeschool days planned this year?

Do you still have bareroot blackberries available for sale?

Blackberries are the best))) My daughter loves it. 🥰🥰🥰

Oooohhh yummy blackberries would be awesome if we had these as the first things planted in our garden.

My son was going on how he would love to grow some blackberries 😁

Yes pick me. Would love to grow and share berries from my backyard

Anyone plants left?

I would love to have some plants in my backyard

Thank you so much for the plants, they were planted within 2 hours of us getting them home and the weather is nicely watering them them in.

I would love to have some

We love blackberries and my daughter loves picking them!

We love Blackberries!

Look so yummy and a great antioxidant!

I love blackberries and I would love to have some to plant and pick on my own!

I want 10 plants

Yummy those look great

Is this a farm where you can pick berries? Where is it located??

Perfect timing - I'm having a "sick of winter, when does berry season get here" kinda day 🙂

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Love to win!!

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2 months ago

Sweet Eats Fruit Farm

Happy New Year friends! We are closed to do some regular farm maintenance for a bit. Thank you to everyone that came to visit in 2018! We will open in late February/March and are looking forward to an awesome 2019!

Can't wait to see y'all this Spring! The animals will be happy to see y'all!
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Happy New Year friends!  We are closed to do some regular farm maintenance for a bit.  Thank you to everyone that came to visit in 2018! We will open in late February/March and are looking forward to an awesome 2019! 

Cant wait to see yall this Spring!  The animals will be happy to see yall!

 

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Sweet Eats Fruit Farm will you be open on Friday March 8? Would LOVE to bring my daughter on her 5th bday!

Sweet Eats Fruit Farm are you guys open tomorrow??

They do have a shelter on the property, right? Miserable weather on the way. (Please say yes.)

When do your peach trees start blooming? I have a family that would love to get their photos taken in the orchard (if that's ok)

2 months ago

Sweet Eats Fruit Farm

Weekend Update (12/15-16). We will be open - Saturday from 9am - 6pm and Sunday from 9am - 4pm. Please note: we are closing early on Sunday (4pm).

It looks like it will be a beautiful weekend to visit the farm!

Santa and the reindeer will not be here this weekend. All of our usual activities are available this weekend and they include - pony rides, petting zoo, face painting, pumpkin sling shots, the jump pad, treasure mountain, duck races, pipe racers, and much more!

We still have some Christmas Trees left if you need one.
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Are y’all open this weekend (12/22-12/23)?

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