This years drought will also impact your pumpkin buying this Halloween.
At Anchored Christian School, they have a patch full of pumpkins of all sizes.
But the pumpkins were shipped in from New Mexico from an Indian reservation.
"I know locally we've had this big drought and no pumpkins are really turning out very well so it's just a good year to start. We think that we have all these pumpkins that are perfect pumpkins--beautiful pumpkins that have coming in from New Mexico," explained teacher Rachel Stucy.
Along with picking pumpkins at the pumpkin patch, there are a number of activities from hay rides, a petting zoo and face painting.
The pumpkin patch is open every day except Sunday, beginning at 10 a.m.
All proceeds from will go toward the Glendale Baptist Church Youth Dept.