Welcome to the Braille Nature Trail Directory website. According to the World Health Organization, about 285 million people adults and children worldwide are blind or visually impaired. Navigating the outdoors is challenging for the visually impaired, and Braille trails and Sensory Gardens offer sustainable opportunities for increased mobility and access to nature.

This website provides locations and information about braille nature trails and sensory gardens for the visually impaired and those with other physical disabilities in the United States and around the world. In this directory, there are over 200 braille trails and sensory gardens in 35 countries worldwide, including over 100 trails in 36 U.S. states and Puerto Rico. Information is also provided on the importance of connecting those with disabilities to the outdoors, the history of braille nature trails, and links to other outdoor resources for the blind and visually impaired.

Thank you to all of the individuals and organizations whose efforts make these nature opportunities possible.

Numerous states and countries have braille trails and sensory gardens. Check to see if there is one near where you live or where you will be traveling. Please visit the Trail Directory and International Trails pages for more information.

Braille sign and guide ropes along the Big Pine Braille Trail in Rome, GA

For comments, inquiries, or more information about a braille trail or sensory garden on this list or one that is not included, please fill out the quick form on the Contact page.