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Schedule a Field Trip

Interested in having a Field Trip at the farm?

Bring your kids to the farm for a fun and educational experience! See why we have schools from Burnet to Houston have their field trips at Sweet Eats Fruit Farm!

*Booking a Field Trip is no longer done through our contact form, instead it is now automated through a specific web page. Please book your Field Trip online by clicking here.

Birthday Party Reservation

Interested in having a birthday party at the farm?

We can custom tailor your experience to fit your needs and budget. The birthday kid gets in free & discounted tickets are 20% off!  Children under 2 are also free. 

*Booking a Birthday Party is no longer done through our contact form, instead it is now automated through a specific web page. Please book your Birthday Party Reservation online by clicking here.

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How can we help y'all make a Magical Memory?

Don’t see a contact form? Send us an email directly at – info@sweeteats.com

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Sweet Eats Fruit Farm is hiring a part time (25 hours a week, 1 weekend day) baker to help produce amazing baked goods for our customers.

Summary:
The Baker's primary duties are to: maintain a clean environment, bake PARS for the day under the direction of a shift lead or our bakery manager, remain organized, produce high quality, visually appealing treats, some cashiering might be necessary.

Essential Functions:
• Professionally interact team members and customers
Maintain a clean work space
Use top cleanliness standards
• Work weekends and holidays
• Regular and prompt attendance

Job Qualifications
• One+ year of commercial bakery experience required
• Diplomatic team player able to foster relationships with Members, Employee Partners and guests

Physical Requirements:
• Climbing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, reaching, standing, walking, lifting, pushing, pulling, picking, pinching, grasping, feeling, talking, hearing and repetitive motion of the hands, wrists and/or fingers.
• Continuously standing on concrete, walking on concrete
• Very heavy work. Exerting in excess of 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or in excess of 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or in excess of 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects.
• Close visual acuity to perform an activity such as: preparing and analyzing data and figures; transcribing; viewing a computer terminal; extensive reading; visual inspection involving small defects, small parts, and/or operation of machines (including inspection); using measurement devices; and/or assembly or fabrication parts at distances close to the eyes.
• Subject to sufficient noise to cause the worker to shout in order to be heard above ambient noise level.
• Exposure to multiple, high-stress situations at any given time and must maintain a high level of alertness.
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Ashley i cant tag meli but look!!!

You guys keep sharing cute pictures in that old fashion bathtub, so I was really disappointed when it wasn’t set up and ready for pictures during the sunflower festival.

It's only August, let's slow our roll.

Haleigh Coy Kristal Miiller Coyplease let’s take the kids

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Rob Bauer can't wait to go again! Xoxox

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Mustache Leon can’t wait go pumpkin farms this year with Nikko!

Ixtzel DeLuna that’s the place

Dominic Young!!

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All of these Activities are available EVERYDAY:
🐖 Pig races (daily: 11AM, 2PM, 5PM)
🍎Apple Cannons (1 apple included in GA ticket)
🦘 Jump Pads
🏇 Unlimited pony rides
🤖 Face Painting
🐐 Petting Zoo
🐴 Donkeys
🐐 Goats
🦙 Alpaca
🐓 Free Range Chickens
🐣 Baby Chicks
🐇 Bunnies
🚠 Swing Line
🚴 Pedal Carts
🤾 & SOO MUCH MORE!!
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All of these Activities are available EVERYDAY:
🐖 Pig races (daily: 11AM, 2PM, 5PM)
🍎Apple Cannons (1 apple included in GA ticket)
🦘 Jump Pads
🏇 Unlimited pony rides 
🤖 Face Painting 
🐐 Petting Zoo
🐴 Donkeys
🐐 Goats
🦙 Alpaca
🐓 Free Range Chickens
🐣 Baby Chicks
🐇 Bunnies
🚠 Swing Line
🚴 Pedal Carts
🤾 & SOO MUCH MORE!!

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How much are tickets or admission on like Saturday

Eric J Torres Reyes

Desmond Thomas let’s go

Carmina Dominguez

Come join our team here at Sweet Eats! Learn that hard work and fun go hand in hand 🙂

Take care of animals, serve up tasty treats, work the night corn maze, walk a horse, greet customers, organize pumpkin patch!!

Starting pay is $11/hr for first time job.
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The heat is so much more manageable from 9am-2pm. If you’re looking to get outside but away from the heat that’s the best time to come out to the farm today.
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The heat is so much more manageable from 9am-2pm. If you’re looking to get outside but away from the heat that’s the best time to come out to the farm today.

Did y’all know?

Goats were one of the first animals to be tamed by humans and were being herded 9,000 years ago.

Llamas can shoot green spit up to 10 feet away. Although they seldom spit at humans (unlike their camel cousins), llamas will spit to establish pecking order within the herd. Their spit is sometimes green as a result of undigested food.

All ducks have highly waterproof feathers. A duck's feathers are so waterproof that even when the duck dives underwater, the downy underlayer of feathers right next to the skin will stay completely dry.

Chickens are able to distinguish between colors. They also see ultraviolet light and iridescent hues. Chickens have been found to prefer blue objects with red being the next preferred.

Sheep have rectangular pupils which allow for a wide field of vision, around 270 to 320 degrees. This means that sheep can see almost everything around them, except for what’s directly behind them, without having to turn their heads.
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14400 E. State Highway 29
Georgetown, TX. 78626

Phone: (512) 766-3276