It wouldn’t be Halloween without a corn maze, and here’s the longest continually running one in Maine. The Treworgy Family Orchards Corn Maze is a 4.5 acre maze featuring about 60,000 corn plants. It’s part of 42-acres of scenic Maine countryside, which includes pick-your-own apples (6 varieties are available), berries (raspberries are available now through the end of October), and 60 varieties of pumpkins, squash and gourds. The theme of the Corn Maze this year is “Celebrate Maine” and highlights Maine’s 200th anniversary of statehood with a lobster, lighthouse, a moose, and the state’s motto, Dirigo (“I direct” or “I lead” in Latin). In these COVID-19 times, the trails have been widen to 7 feet to allow for social distancing, masks are required in congested areas, and everyone is encourage to keep a distance of about “two adult goats” (AKA: 6 feet) from fellow maze-goers. For some Halloween fun, head to the the easternmost state in the contiguous United States to visit the Treworgy Family Orchards Corn Maze.