I'm going out of order here. You regulars know how that freaks me out a bit, but it's OK, I'm going with it, living on the edge.
On 10 October Hubby and I took the kids to Sweet Berry Farm. Since this is our THRID time back in the Hood, we know a few hidden gems; Sweet Berry Farm is one of them, nestled in the heart of the sweet little town of Marble Falls.
For those of you planning visit to Sweet Berry Farm, take plenty of cash with you, as that is the only way you can pay (They do have a cash machine on site). You could spend all day at SBF and parking and entry into SBF is free, but you pay for each thing you choose to do.
We bought pumpkins, pumpkins and more pumpkins! At SBF you have a HUGE selection of pumpkins to choose from. I love getting the funky/ugly pumpkins for our front porch!
They have big pumpkins, little pumpkins and every size in between, and don't forget your gourds!
AT SBF you can build your very own scarecrow and take him home with you! They provide everything (for the price of $14.50), shirt, pants, hay, sack head, staples, twine to tie off the legs and hands!
Sweet Berry Farm has two different corn mazes. One is in the shape of Texas and it takes at least an hour to go through (and $7 per person). You have to find different cities in the state of Texas and mark them off on your maze sheet. Then there is a smaller corn maze just for the little ones. The cost for this maze is $2.50 per child. Here are two of our little clowns in the maze....
SBF has a free petting zoo, ok; there are only goats, but whatever. You can buy food to feed the goats (50 cents) if you would like, or you can just pet them....
SBF has hay rides ($3.50 pp), pony rides (4.75 pp), sand art ($3 pp), barrel train rides(4.75pp), face painting ($1-5 pp) and flower picking ($2 per cup)....
If you plan to spend the day at SBF, there are a few other things I would like to suggest....1) Try the pumpkin ice cream, it is great! 2) Have a cup of their strawberry lemonade, simply divine! And 3) Bring a picnic with you....there are many places to throw a blanket! They also have picnic tables if you don't like hanging out on the ground with the bugs.