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Fall is here! That means you can take a trip out to Sweet Eats Fruit Farm in Georgetown for their fall festival.

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Socially distanced visits with Santa, reindeer, and outdoor activities are all part of the event in Georgetown. FOX 7 Austin’s Tierra Neubaum has a look at what you can expect.

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October is here!

Just ignore the 90 degree temperatures. 

But yes, October is here!  It’s time to get spooky and pumpkin spice everything in sight.  So you may be wondering, “Sean, where can I go to surround myself with all the fall things?”

My wife and I went to one of those exact places last weekend.  The Sweet Eats Fruit Farm is currently holding their Fall Festival throughout the month.   You want Fall activities?  Oh, they got Fall activities!

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Join us for our 2021 Easter Egg Hunts at Sweet Eats Fruit Farm just 30 Minutes North of Austin ADDRESS: 14400 East State Highway 29, Georgetown, TX 78626 We will have hunts every Half-hour from 9:30 am – 5:30pm. (9:30am hunt is a “Quiet Hunt” for our friends with special needs.) We are limiting the first hunt of the day to just 20 kids, all other hunts will be a max of 50 Kids so act fast before we’re all sold out! We have hunts for 3 weekends (Saturdays and Sundays).

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Fresh berries are inherently cheerful. Apples are virtuous, bananas are convenient, oranges are nice when you’re warding off a cold—but berries are the Cyndi Lauper of fruits. They just want to have fun! Whether you bake them in a pie, churn them into ice cream, or pile them in a bowl with a dusting of sugar, berries of all kinds are always a mood-booster—especially if they’re a locally grown variety. Grocery store berries, bred for size and sturdiness, simply can’t compete with the rich, sweet flavor of a freshly picked strawberry or blackberry.

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Kid-friendly, socially distanced, and just a darn good way to spend a Saturday, the state’s berry farms are open for visitors. A customer picks Albion strawberries at Sweet Eats Fruit Farm in Georgetown. Fresh berries are inherently cheerful. Apples are virtuous, bananas are convenient, oranges are nice when you’re warding off…

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At this event, guests will be able to take their own photos with Santa with the reindeer in their pen nearby. Photos are on a first come, first serve basis and will follow a number system. Activities also includes pony rides, petting zoo, jump pad, duck races, treasure mountain, face painting, and lots more available on both dates.

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The corn maze is open during our normal business hours but on Friday & Saturday nights every weekend in October we will be open late (7:30pm – 10pm) for guests to enjoy the maze in the dark!

Admission to the flashlight maze is included in admission to the farm activities – so to get the most value – we recommend coming early to enjoy all the farm has to offer and staying for the flashlight maze after hours.

TIME: (Sunday) 9:00 am – 6:00 pm

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AUSTIN TEXAS FALL FESTIVAL

Hey AUSTIN, TX the 2020 Sweet Eats Fruit Farm Fall Festival is finally here! Looking for the picture-perfect Austin Texas Fall Festival Pumpkin Patch and corn maze fall time selfie? You’ve found just the spot with over 4.5 acres of a carefully carved corn themed maze. The design this year IS A BIG SECRET and will be revealed on the FIRST day of this year’s Fall Fest. *Hint* THE DAYTRIPPER had a huge hand in helping us out… (Check our fall festival and corn maze Facebook event for the reveal)

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AUSTIN TEXAS SUNFLOWER FESTIVAL

 

This year we will feature 2 separate sunflower fields, both with “Pick Your Own” options.

 

Field #1: Day 1-10 of festival:
Field Of Yellow: 1.5 acre field Featuring single stem non branching yellow sunflowers; 3ft – 14ft tall
Field #2: Day 10-End of festival:
Main Event: 4 acre field featuring over 35 different varieties of multi branching sunflowers with a wide range of color & height. We will have 12-14ft tall yellow giants surrounding the field as well as 3-9ft tall black, purple, green and yellow sunflowers.

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If you’ve been thinking about moving to Austin, you’re not alone. Thousands of people move to Austin each month because it is hands down one of the best cities to live in, in Texas and the nation.

Austin originated as the tiny riverside village of Waterloo located in the buffalo-hunting region of the Tonkawa and Comanche Indian tribes. Over the years Austin has matured to be the fourth-largest city, and in the opinion of many, the most fun and intriguing city in the State of Texas.

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This Georgetown adventure farm has a limited amount of strawberries still available to pick, plus a full schedule of pony rides, pig races, a petting zoo and apple slingshots. No pets allowed. Strawberries are $3.50 a pound. If visitors wish to do other activities besides pick fruit, a general admission ticket costs $13.99. (Children under 2 get in free.) Hours: Mon.-Sun. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Address: 14440 E. Hwy. 290, Georgetown.

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Whether you go to pick fruit, enjoy live music, attend a special event, or just have a great time with your family, Sweet Eats Farm has plenty to offer to keep you entertained. There’s pony rides, a petting zoo, face painting, live music, beer & wine, and special events!

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GEORGETOWN — Deep in the heart of Williamson County, just east of Georgetown, is a hidden treasure of place called Sweet Eats Fruit Farm. And while there are indeed orchards full of fruit trees, that most certainly isn’t the main attraction. And it isn’t the rows of flowers that are farmed there either. Once you walk past those two things, you enter a wonderland of adventure on a farm.

I had heard that Sweet Eats Fruit Farm was one of the larger fun areas to take a family, but when I saw how large this place was, I was flabbergasted. Acres upon acers of things for kids to do and climb on. All of it under the shaded canopy of tall trees that have been there for decades, and seated along the banks of the San Gabriel River.

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From Principal Tasha Briseno
 
“Our second graders had a blast feeding animals, learning about planting strawberries and using map skills to get through the hay maze. Although we had to return early due to the rain, our students kept a positive attitude and made some great memories!”

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Located east of Georgetown on the banks of the San Gabriel river shaded by pecan trees, Sweet Eats Farm is a peach orchard that offers activities for the whole family to enjoy. This fall, Sweet Eats will be hosting a fall festival featuring classics like hay rides, face painting, and a pumpkin patch.

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This fantastic “adventure farm” in Georgetown, TX has just announced that strawberries will be ripe for picking during their Easter weekend festivities. (Keep an eye on their Facebook page for updates.) Besides their seasonal fruit picking, Sweet Eats is open 7 days a week from 9 a.m. –  6 p.m. with a huge petting zoo, giant jump pad, apple slingshots, pony rides, pedal carts, obstacle course, and many more activities that offer a hours of fun for kiddos. They also have egg hunts planned all Easter weekend. Click here for more details and to purchase tickets. There is a $12.99 admission fee that includes the activities, but you do not need to pay admission to just pick fruit. You only pay for what you pick by the pound ($3.50).

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Also open until Sunday, November 8 is this “Central Texas Adventure Farm” in Georgetown, celebrating its Fall Festival every day of the week. Admission is $16 per person for unlimited access to all activities. Pick your own pumpkin is offered for $0.79 per pound. There is no admission charge just to purchase a pumpkin. Sweet Eats Fruit Farm has a Corn Maze, Pony Rides, Pig Races, giant Petting Zoo and Hay Maze. Guests may pick fruit from the trees and pay for what they pick. Birthday parties can also be scheduled at the farm. The farm was started in 2013, and in 2014 owners planted 32,000 blueberry bushes and 5,500 fruit trees, but gave up on the blueberries due to the salty water in the area. Sweet Eats Fruit Farm is located at 14400 E. State Highway 29, Georgetown, Texas 78626.

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Travel: Sweet Eats farm offers fun for the whole family.

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Baby Goat Watch |Come see brand new baby goats being born at Sweet Eats Fruit Farm
Date: Apr 24, 2021 9:00 am to Apr 24, 2021 6:00 pm
Location: Sweet Eats Fruit Farm, 14400 E State Hwy 29, Georgetown, TX 78626

Sweet Eats on CBS Austin

It’s the first day of Fall. The temps are in the 70’s at least for early this week.

It’s time to go pumpkin’ patching in Central Texas.

There’s a few spots outside of Austin already opened for families.

Because of the pandemic, the farms all have new protocols, like wearing masks and contactless payments.

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They have loads of activities, too: Pony Rides, Petting Zoo, Feeding the Animals, Fruit picking (seasonal; additional charge), Face Painting & Temp. Hair Coloring, Traverse Wall, Hay Maze, Jump Pad, Treasure Mountain, Obstacle Course, Swings, Swing Line, Sam’s Stone Skipping Site (San Gabriel River), Artists Corner, Wiffle Ball / Kickball Field, Corn Hole, Bull Roping, Tether Ball, Adult Obstacle Course, Live Music!, Special events (Easter Egg Hunt, Pumpkin Patch, etc), COMING SOON:, Built in Slides, Scavenger Hunt (UPDATED: April 14, 2018, JBS) (ADDED: June 17, 2017)

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Sweet Eats Farm has plenty activities for the whole family, from live music to a petting zoo and more as well as over 70 acres of berry picking. This Georgetown farm offers seasonal fruit picking, beginning with berries in the spring and continuing with peaches, pears and more into the summer.

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Eden Woolever and Charles Costlow pull their wagon full of pumpkins during the Fall Festival at the Sweet Eats fruit farm in Georgetown Texas on Friday, October 30, 2020. Eden Woolever and Charles Costlow say that every Friday they carved a pumpkin together. The Central Texas adventure farm fall festival runs through September 19th, 2020 – November 8th, 2020 [RICARDO B. BRAZZIELL/AMERICAN-STATESMAN

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Fall will start next week, and there are events kicking off this weekend to remind us that the season is on its way. Now is the perfect time to plan your trip to The Robinson Family Farm for its annual Fall Days, check out the Central Texas Fall Festival Pumpkin Patch at Sweet Eats Fruit Farm, or take the opportunity to better your community at the Copperas Cove Fall Sweep.

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Not even pumpkin patches can escape the coronavirus crisis of 2020. The ongoing pandemic means many of the region’s pumpkin patches have adjusted hours, regulations and activities for the fall. If you’re looking for a pumpkin patch to get a great pumpkin for jack o’lantern carving, pumpkin pie, or just a fun afternoon with the family, Patch can help.

Here is a list of some of our favorite pumpkin patches near Georgetown.

 

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CENTRAL TEXAS — It’s nearly fall in Central Texas, which means… It’s pumpkin patch time!

Get ready for hayrides, corn mazes, petting zoos, fall festivals and more at some of our local fave pumpkin patches!

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Sweet Eats Fruit Farm offers a great way to spend quality time with your family. Located in Georgetown, TX, they have seasonal fruit picking, pony rides, a hay maze, giant petting zoo, jump pads, apple slingshots, and so much more. Admission is $16 for ages 2 & up which you can purchase online here. Now open daily from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.

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In the county seat of Georgetown, Texas, the Fall Festival with Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch is scheduled through Nov. 8. The site features not one, but two pumpkin patches — one allowing visitors to pick their own to take home and the other configured as a photo-staging area abounding with a variety of gourds reflective of the fall season. Visitors can partake in more than 30 activities at the farm: Pony rides, a petting zoo, a hay maze, face painting, jump pads, treasure mountain, pumpkin sling shots, pipe races, and more. This year, there will be two added features sure to thrill visitors: A corn maze and pig races. You read that right: Pig races. Live music fills the air each afternoon, and food trucks abound (including beer and wine for parents needing to take the edge off as the kids go prancing about with wild abandon).

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Warmer weather in Austin means it’s almost berry picking season and we have no shortage of awesome farms in the Austin area! There are several farms in and around Austin where you can pick your own (or in some cases, just pick up) sun-ripened berries and other produce. Picking your own fruit is a great way to get outside and maintain social distancing.

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If you’re looking for something closer, try Sweet Eats Fruit Farm on 14400 E State Hwy 29, Georgetown, TX 78626. They are open Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Tickets are only for activities, you can show up and pick fruits and only pay for what you take home. Sweet Eats has many fruits and vegetables you can pick and pumpkins are $0.79/Lb. They have a corn maze and pumpkin patch and a sunflower festival in the summer.

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Located 45 minutes from Austin on the outskirts of Georgetown, Sweet Eats Fruit Farm is 77 acres of pure berry-picking goodness. Sweet Eats is a fabulously family-friendly farm. There are all sorts of activities here that the kids will love, including a petting zoo and pony rides. Block out a solid chunk of your day if you’re heading to Sweet Eats to really take advantage of all there is to do here, in addition to the awesome fruit picking.

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Weather determines whether or not Sweet Eats is open so call before making a trip out. They offer a variety of activities including pony rides, a petting zoo, a hay maze, giant slides, pig races, an art wall, and more. If you are only going to pick berries you do not have to pay admission. Pick your own strawberries are $3.25/lb.
When open, hours are usually from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. but call to confirm.

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1. Pick pumpkins and explore a corn maze at local farms.
Head on down to the farm for some old-fashioned harvest fun, such as exploring the five-acre corn maze and feeding the farm animals at Barton Hill Farms in Bastrop (October 3 – November 14, select dates); picking your own pumpkins and gourds from the pumpkin patch at Sweet Berry Farm in Marble Falls (September 19 – November 8); or going for a hay ride and meeting the animals at the petting zoo at Georgetown’s Sweet Eats Fruit Farm (September 19 – November 8).

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Enjoyed a beautiful day outdoors with kids!
Dec 2020 • Family
I visited this location on a weekday with my two girls ages 6 & 11 and we enjoyed it! Lots of outdoor activities! The staff was friendly and attentive! It was not crowded and we were able to enjoy all of the activities at our leisure!

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Fredericksburg gets all the love around here when we think of Texas peaches. But it turns out we have a great peach farm even closer. Sweet Eats Fruit Farm in Georgetown grows peaches, nectarines, pears, blackberries and strawberries on their 80-acre farm.

In addition to picking seasonal fruit, kids can go on pony rides, bounce on the jump pad, play tons of games, and traverse the obstacle course. There’s also a petting zoo with goats, bunnies pigs, and alpaca. And in the fall, there’s a corn maze and pumpkin patch, plus an apple slingshot and pumpkin launcher.

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Get tickets here sweeteats.ticketspice springandsummer2020 austin texas fall festival pumpkin patch and corn maze! (september 19. 2020 sweet eats fall festival (september 19 – november 8) 14400 e. state highway 29 georgetown, tx. 78626 2515. the 2020 sweet eats fruit farm fall festival is finally here! looking for the picture perfect selfie? you’ve found just the spot with over 4.5 acres of a carefully carved corn maze. 14400 e. state highway 29 georgetown, tx. 78626 2515. halloween has never been better with our extended hours pitch black flashlight only corn maze!. the the daytripper themed 4.5 acre corn maze is open during our normal business hours but on friday & saturday nights every weekend in october we will be open late (7:30pm – 10pm) for guests to. Find the perfect pumpkin while also trekking through a 6 acre corn maze at gallagher corn maze and pumpkin patch in clark. before you leave, don’t forget to pick up their all natural beef and. Fall time at the farm means pumpkins, hayrides, corn maze, sunflowers and fall weather! bring the whole family for a fun filled day in the country. our 12.5 acre, 600,000 stalk corn maze opens every day at 9:00am with the last entry at 4:00pm.

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The farm will be open to all homeschool children (and parents) from 9:00am – 6pm on 1 designated day each month during the school year. We have lots of fun things to do at the farm: petting zoo, treasure mountain, a huge jump pad, tons of different swings, and lots more! You can bring a sack lunch and enjoy it on one of our many picnic tables under the trees.

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14400 E. State Highway 29 Georgetown, TX. 78626-2515

The 2020 Sweet Eats Fruit Farm Fall Festival is finally here! Looking for the picture-perfect Selfie? You’ve found just the spot with over 4.5 acres of a carefully carved corn maze. The design this year IS A BIG SECRET and will be revealed on the FIRST day of this year’s Fall Fest. *Hint* The Daytripper had a huge hand in helping us out…

We will have a GIANT Texas sized pumpkin patch filled with over 40 different varieties of pumpkins along with our skillfully difficult corn maze partnered with food trucks, live music and over 30 different activities that are included with your general admission ticket. Pony rides, giant petting zoo, hay maze, jump pads, treasure mountain, apple slingshots, pipe races, and so much more!

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ver 30 activities that are included with admission. Pony rides, a petting zoo, a hay maze, face painting, jump pads, treasure mountain, pumpkin slingshots, pipe races, and so much more!

New this year – a Corn Maze and Pig Races! (included with admission). Big corn maze for everyone and a smaller corn maze that will be great for younger kiddos.

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Sweet Eats Fruit Farm was a last minute decision on my way back home to Houston and I’m so happy I made it. It was an amazing experience, even when just by myself. I had been seeing beautiful photos of people at a gorgeous pumpkin farm recently and didn’t know where they were being taken. When I found out they were at a farm right outside Georgetown, I was so happy I was nearby!

I arrived RIGHT when they opened at 9:00 a.m. and there were already 5-10 cars there waiting for them to open. Honestly, I was shook there were people there already on a Friday morning. Nonetheless, I grabbed my camera bag with my tripod and headed in. If you’re just buying pumpkins and taking photos, you don’t have to pay to enter, but you do have to fill out a release form. Always be sure to ask if photos are okay when you’re anywhere to be honest. They said yes and directed me to the pumpkin patch. It was only a 2 minute walk down a dirt path, not bad at all. I scoped out the area then set up my tripod and started taking photos! How cool is this pumpkin house?! I loved the back of this old pick up truck too! Once I took all my photos I walked around and found the perfect pumpkin! I grabbed a little baby pumpkin too and then trekked back to the entrance to pay. It was only $10 for a BIG pumpkin + a baby one. The pumpkins are $0.79/ lb and they accept card!

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Sweet Eats Farm is a pick-your-own fruit farm in Georgetown that also hosts fun farm activities from Pony Rides and Pig Races to their Hay Maze & Giant Petting Zoo.  Come, pick fruit and only pay for what you pick, or stay for all the fun farm activities and enjoy unlimited access to all the farm fun. This Fall, they are teaming up with The Daytripper to create a fun themed hay maze!

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I am obsessed with sunflowers for many reasons. I love seeing whole fields of these happy flowers but my most favorite of all is finding them growing in the most obscure places. They are surprisingly resilient. They also track the sun when they are younger in their flower days, before they are too heavy to move. It’s desire to soak up the sun gives me all the warm fuzzies as a sun lover myself. This truly is the flower that just keeps on giving. One minute it’s a beautiful masterpiece to look at. The next minute it’s a delicious snack or salad dressing. The next minute it’s used to help treat respiratory aliments, or at least it used to be. Now I’m hoping that by this point you are also thinking “wow! what a cool flower!” Yes, yes it is! And you know what else is super cool? A trip to a Sunflower Festival at our local Sweet Eats Fruit Farm! We paid a whole $14 a ticket to be able to enjoy the sunflower field and all the extra activities which was a steal in my book. I dunno about y’all but my family has been feeling a little cooped up these days. So a chance to get outside and enjoy some fresh air with plenty of wide open space was an opportunity I jumped on. I was super thrilled to drag along my cousin and her little one as well because everything is better with family.

Now I do have to say, I didn’t exactly think through an outdoor adventure in the middle of a Texas summer. Pretty typical of any adventure with me, I always over look one or two minor details. lol! In this case it was the humidity. I knew it was going to be hot and we packed plenty of ice cold water. Which I then sweated out so much that by the end my shorts looked like I had peed them and I was feeling pretty chaffed. I polled the local mom group and found out about a glorious product called Chub Rub for Her which is in my Amazon cart and I’ll be trying soon on my next adventure. But back to sunflowers.

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Don’t worry if you’ve already bought Ultimate or Spectacular Passes you’ve been automatically updated to (9 full days), for those who haven’t yet bought tickets we have new dates available! The 2020 Sweet Eats Fruit Farm Sunflower Festival is finally here! Looking for the picture-perfect Selfie? You’ve found just the spot with over 4.5 square acres of lush happy blooming sunflowers! We have variable early bird ticket pricing available. Make sure to act fast, This is a once in a lifetime event that you’ll be glad you had the chance to experience!

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Sweet Eats is mostly known for it’s fall festival but it’s so much more than that! It is the ultimate family friendly fun spot to be! The kids are sure to have an absolute blast here doing all the fun activities they have to offer. You’ll definitely want to plan a full day here! Some of the main attractions are:

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Miles and miles of Texas equals acres and acres of farmland. East of Georgetown on Hwy. 29, this sanctuary to “nutrient dense fruit” grows (to quote Jon Dee Graham) a big sweet life seven days a week, 9am-6pm. Strawberry plucking in the spring, corn maze in the fall, compete with farm animals, a petting zoo, pig races, tricycles, pedal carts, zip lines, two huge jumpolines, the tractor tire mountain, and loads more – coming soon, the apple slingshot upgrades to the apple cannon – all come with the price of admission to this “adventure farm,” which your kids will repay like an afternoon at the fair, only not one so designed to part you from your billfold. And should the sno-cone machine freeze up at this legit mom-and-pop business, that’s probably the owner fixing it.

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Join us for our 2021 Easter Egg Hunts at Sweet Eats Fruit Farm just 30 Minutes North of Austin. We will have hunts every half-hour from 9:30 am – 5:30pm. (9:30am hunt is a “Quiet Hunt” for our friends with special needs.) We are limiting the first hunt of the day to just 20 kids, all other hunts will be a max of 50 Kids so act fast before we’re all sold out! We have hunts for 3 weekends (Saturdays and Sundays). This includes Good Friday & Easter Sunday. All of the usual farm activities will be available if you would like to purchase General Admission to the farm. Make sure to bring your Easter basket to scoop up all the dairy & nut free candy-filled eggs. The Easter Bunny will be on location and available for photos from 9am-6pm. (FREE Photos)

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Sweet Eats Fruit Farm opened for the season March 7 and continues to offer an array of activities and fruit to pick.

Originally an equity trader who sold stocks in Austin, Jon Meredith said buying and starting the farm in 2013 was “baptism by fire.”

The family initially intended the operation to consist of the orchard only but quickly realized people loved spending time on the farm.

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The 2020 Sweet Eats Fruit Farm Fall Festival is finally here! Looking for the picture-perfect Selfie? You’ve found just the spot with over 4.5 acres of a carefully carved corn maze. The design this year IS A BIG SECRET and will be revealed on the FIRST day of this year’s Fall Fest. *Hint* The Daytripper had a huge hand in helping us out…

We will have a GIANT Texas sized pumpkin patch filled with over 40 different varieties of pumpkins along with our skillfully difficult corn maze partnered with food trucks, live music and over 30 different activities that are included with your general admission ticket. Pony rides, giant petting zoo, hay maze, jump pads, treasure mountain, apple slingshots, pipe races, and so much more!