Some good news--the pandemic is not stopping a popular fall tradition in the Poconos this year.
Every fall, thousands flock to Klingel's Farm in Saylorsburg for Mazezilla, one of the biggest corn mazes in the region.
Owners have been getting lots of calls form people wondering if they're opening the maze. They say they've cut the paths a little wider and put plenty of safety measures in place to make Mazezilla possible in 2020.
"We're trying to think of everything, we contacted the necessary offices to get some guidance with that so I think we're on the right track," said Stewart Klingel, who owns and operates the farm.
The corn maze is more than 11 acres so Klingel says there's plenty of room to spread people out.
They'll be limiting the number of guests at one time, requiring masks, and doing extra sanitizing.
Mazezilla opens the weekend of September 12th and 13th.