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Stony Brook Sensory Trail

Stony Brook Sensory Trail
The Stony Brook Sensory Trail is a self-guided trail for the visually impaired at the Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary in Norfolk, Massachusetts. The wide, wheelchair accessible trail has 11 stations through woodland, fields, and wetland habitats. Round fishing floats on guide ropes indicate stops along the trail, while square floats designate benches and areas to touch natural features like tree bark or enjoy surrounding scents like pine trees. Braille signs at each stop give information about the local ecology and the social history of the 250-acre sanctuary.

Nearby City: Norfolk
State: Massachusetts
Location: Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary
Braille signs: Yes
Sensory Garden: N/A
Guide rope: Yes
Tactile Pathway: N/A
Wheelchair accessible: Yes
Audio: Yes
Length or area: N/A
Loop: N/A
Number of stations: 11
Other: N/A