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Over at the Exeter Corn Maze, you can expect similar measures to be taken.
“Back when this hit, we kind of started planning right off the bat,” said owner Artie. “Cleaning and sanitation-wise, we’re cleaning the, kind of, the high-traffic areas. We’ve got hand sanitizer at every building on the farm and we’ve put in more handwashing sinks. There’s no mask mandate but we do have masks available if they want one.”
They’ve also widened the waiting lines for the haunted houses to allow for social distancing.
“The corn maze, the paths on those are 6-foot wide and there’s an entrance and an exit,” Artie said. “So, you know, if say you should run into somebody in the maze, you can keep that distance in the maze as well. It is outdoors. You’re out on the farm. There’s really nothing safer than being outdoors on the farm. We want everybody to feel safe and be comfortable.”
This weekend was actually opening weekend for the Exeter Corn Maze and they’re open through Nov. 1 and next weekend is the opening weekend for Dungeons of Doom.
They’ll be open through Oct. 31.