Creek House Honey Farm
A Bit About Us
The Nester family began growing pumpkins in 2011. While it was only a small operation, the owners Paige and George decided to get some beehives to help pollinate their plants. Two hives turned into four, four turned into eight, and the rest is history!
George has a doctorate in Pharmacy.
Paige has a teaching certificate in art and biology.
Over the years, their collective love for science was fine-tuned into a perpetually growing love for beekeeping. Today, running Creek House Honey Farm, along with the help of family and friends, is their full-time job.
Upon graduating college, their daughter, Blake Nester, decided she wanted to help run the farm as well! With the addition of an event rental space and the highly esteemed Honey Buzz Winery, they’re all very busy bees.
Behind the Creek House Name
Serving as the inspiration for the honey farm, the affectionately named “Creek House” was the vacation cabin of Dr. Charles Nester and his wife, Sally.
Sitting on the bank of the Tierra Blanca Creek, the Creek House was used as a calm getaway for the Nester Family and friends. It was a quiet setting used to escape the busyness of life.
During the weekends and holidays, friends and family would gather at the Creek House to grill out and enjoy each other’s company.