Sweets Berry Farm

Pick Your Own!

Rutledge, GA

U-Pick Fruits and Berries

Field Rules           
All persons entering the field are requested to review these rules. Persons violating farm rules will be asked to leave and will not be entitled to a refund or invited to return.
  • No pets are allowed on the farm except service animals being used in a service capacity. Please bring your service certificate.
  • Our farm is a setting for families, some with small children.  Appropriate clothing and language (at the discretion of our workers) are mandatory.
  • All minors shall be accompanied by and remain under direct supervision of an adult.
  • No smoking anywhere on the property.
  • Only containers from Sweets Berry Farm are to be used and these must be returned prior to leaving.
  • We are not responsible for damage to vehicles caused by you or other patrons...  Please secure your personal belongings in your locked vehicle.
  • No ladders of any type are allowed on the property due to insurance requirements. For tree fruits we have fruit picking tools.
  • No climbing in trees or on farm equipment.
  • Sampling for berry taste and quality are expected, but that is not a license for abusive consumption.  We have to eat too!
  • No carry bags are allowed in the field.  Please lock your bags in your car.
  • Please use provided trash bins.
  • Please report to farm personnel anything that may be dangerous or require maintenance.
  • You may encounter wildlife on the farm including, but not limited to, foxes, coyotes, rodents, bees, snakes, spiders, and fire ants.  Watch your step and keep an eye on smaller children.  Fire ants build mounds quickly and are hard to control.  Their stings are painful and can cause allergic reactions in some people.
  • Security video cameras are in use at the farm including the parking area and video is remotely recorded and monitored in real time.
  • No one is permitted on the farm outside business hours.  Trespassing is automatically detected and will be immediately reported to the county sheriff.

Vandals will be prosecuted.