Children laughed and tractors roared as families visited the annual La Verne Heritage Park Pumpkin Patch, a seasonal fixture now in its 25th year.
Heritage Park, which sits on 1.5 acres in north La Verne, is home to the last of the original orange orchards that used to blanket the city.
For the annual pumpkin patch, besides a garden of pumpkins of various sizes, shapes and colors, the park hosted a petting zoo and tractor rides through the tangled rows of orange trees.
The bumpy tractor ride wove through the orange orchard, giving riders of all ages a view of the historic orchard.
Old smudge pots, tractors and tools were scattered beside the orange trees along with other historic pieces.
The event runs every October and is attended by preschool and elementary school classes, as well as families.