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Bet you didn’t know that bringing your kids to the pumpkin patch this fall contributed to the whooping 11-billion-dollar travel and tourism industry throughout the United States. Hundreds of families visit Sweet Eats Fruit Farm and pumpkin patch each weekend throughout October for the Fall Festival. The pumpkin house is just one example of the many photo opportunities the pumpkin patch has to offer. Jon Meredith, owner of Sweet Eats Fruit Farm, discusses the ins-and-outs of operating his agritourism business located in Georgetown, Texas. Noah and his dad, Oscar Ortiz, relax and enjoy a gentle tractor ride from the pumpkin patch at the front of the farm to the other activities offered further on the property. Many agritourism farms, like Sweet Eats Fruit Farm, offer a variety of activities and entertainment for the entire family. Noah Ortiz, age 2, holds a chicken, immersed in his visit to the petting zoo of Sweet Eats Fruit Farm. A mother and her son climb the tower of tires, looking for a good spot to watch the pig races. Babe Ruth prepares for her next win as the next pig race is set to begin in 15 minutes. Lex Chevallier-Boutell, Lucas Chevallier-Boutell and their two sons sit down to a quiet picnic after the excitement of the wild west showdown seen at Sweet Eats Fruit Farm. Rows of budding Christmas trees can be seen when walking back towards the parking lot of Sweet Eats. The farm has begun preparations for their next seasonal agritourism venture.