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International trail directory Braille trails, signs and senses – Nature for all. At the end of this article you find more accessible outdoors tips to share.

The purpose of the website Nature for All is to make information about accessible Braille nature trails and sensory gardens available to the public to increase awareness and use of the increasing number of such trails in the United States and around the world.

We share their links for you (including location) – a fantastic 111 trails in the United States and more than 100 around the globe. Germany, Italy, South Africa, and the United Kingdom have quite a few trails to explore.

Many trails are in sensory gardens, botanical gardens and in state or national parks. Enjoy the many videos we added to the information we found at Nature for All.

At their website you will also find a list of travel agencies and tour operators that offer tours for blind and visually impaired people.

Over 200 trails: Nature for all
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The visually impaired and others with physical disabilities are found in every country and community in the world, but finding places for accessible outdoor experiences is challenging as many do not know they exist.

These trails and gardens can be enjoyed by those with and without physical disabilities, connecting people to nature while educating about the importance of providing inclusive opportunities for the visually impaired and others with disabilities and also conserving public natural areas and gardens worldwide.

What can be done to help the visually impaired and others with disabilities experience the outdoors?

Build a new Braille trail or sensory garden. Often Braille signs and guides can be added to existing trails and gardens to make them accessible.

For information on how to get started, please fill out the contact form for a guide to creating a Braille nature trail and available resources.

Lead a nature walk for the visually impaired along a trail or through a sensory garden. Contact a local organization or school that serves the blind to arrange a group visit. If possible provide one volunteer per visually impaired participant to join them and enjoy the experience together.

Trails by State in the United States of America

Source: Nature for all
READING TIP: Scroll down to the section after trails listed in the United States to find International Trails in 34 more countries
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  2. Trails by State in the United States of America
  3. International Trails by Country

Click on the name of state or the name of the trail to see all detailed information of the location.


Madison County Nature Trail – Huntsville


Elsie McCartny Sensory Garden – Glendale

Judith Tunell Accessible Trail – Phoenix


Trees of the Forest Trail – Perryville


Alice Keck Sensory Garden – Santa Barbara

Berns Environmental Study Loop – Laguna Beach

Central Park Sensory Garden – Davis

Golden Braille Trail – Los Angeles

Nature Path for the Blind – Carmichael

Oak Creek Canyon Whole Access Interpretive Trail – Oak Creak

Orange County Sensory Garden – Anaheim

Pierce College Braille Trail – Woodland HIlls

Relevation Trail – Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park

Santee Lakes Sensory Garden – Santee

Trail of the Phoenix – San Bernardido



Beaver Brook Braille Nature Trail – Genesee

Braille/Discovery Trails – Aspen

Denver Botanic Sensory Garden – Denver

Mork Braille Trail – Denver

Ute Loop Sensory Trail – Boulder


Braille Trail at Valley Falls – Valley Falls

Lake McDonough Braille Trail – Buckhamstead

Trail of the Senses Braille Trail – Litchfield

What it looks like at Nature for the Blind – the trail page of Valley Falls Braille Trail

The Braille Trail at Valley Falls Park in Valley Falls, Connecticut can be found at the front of the park. With a guide rope to grasp and eight stations with Braille educational signs, visually impaired visitors can wind their way through many of the relics and foundations remaining from the Valley Falls Industrial era.

Nearby City: Valley FallsState: Connecticut
Location: Historic Vernon Park
Braille signs: Yes
Sensory Garden: N/A
Guide rope: Yes
Tactile Pathway: N/A
Wheelchair accessible: N/A
Audio: N/A
Length or area: 0.5 mile
Loop: Yes
Number of stations: 8
Other: N/A


Brandywine Creek Sensory Trail – Wilmington

Planting Hope Garden – New Castle



Cotee River Lions Handicapped and Braille Trail – New Port Richy

Dreamers Garden Sensory Garden – Gainesville

Grace Taylor Sensory Garden – Rockledge

Florida – The accessible Brackenridge Trail, Naval Live Oaks unit of Gulf Islands National Seashore

Lighthouse Sensory Garden – Fort Lauderdale

Peggy Park Trail – Tampa

Saint Augustine Braille Trail – Saint Augustine

Therapeutic and Sensory Garden – Escambia County

Tuscawilla Sensory Garden – Daytona Beach


Big Pine Braille Trail – Rome

Forsyth Park Fragrance Garden – Savannah

Freedom Braille Trail – Cartersville

Whispering Woods Braille Trail – Buford


Oahu Urban Garden Center Sensory Garden – Manoa

Oahu Urban Garden Center Sensory Garden in Manoa


Idea Garden – Wheaton

Little Red Schoolhouse Accessible Garden – Willow Springs

Mount Prospect Historical Society Sensory Garden – Mount Prospect

William T. Bacon Sensory Garden – Chicago


The Shepherd’s Garden – Sioux CIty


Audio-Reader Sensory Garden – Lawrence

Sally Stone Sensory Garden – Wichita


Lerner Garden of the Five Senses – Boothbay


Catoctin Creek Park Multi-Sensory Trail – Frederick

Grove for the Senses – Bel Air

Lake Waterford All-Sensory Trail – Pasadena

Patapsco Valley All Sensory Trail – Baltimore

Stephen Knolls Sensory Garden – Silver Springs near Washington DC



Boston Nature Center Sensory Trail – Boston

Button Bush Trail – Eastham

Buttonwood Park Sensory Garden – New Bedford

Dennis Braille Trail – Dennis

Manchester-Essex Wood Braille Trail – Manchester

Perkins Pond Braille Trail – Watertown

Riverfront Braille Trail and Sensory Garden – Watertown

Stony Brook Sensory Trail – Norfolk


Scripps Park Sensory Garden – Detroit


Clotilde Irvine Sensory Garden – Chaska

Muriel Sahlin Sensory Garden – Roseville


Elephant Rocks Braille Trail – Belleview

Ozarks Sensory Garden – Springfield

Zimmerman Sensory Garden – Chesterfield


McNair Braille Trail – Saint Charles

Shelter Sensory Garden – Columbia


Garden of the Senses – Omaha


New Jersey

Fragrance and Sensory Garden – Somerset

Garden for the Blind and Physically Handicapped – Iselin

Laurelwood Sensory Garden – Wayne

Marsh Discover Trail – Lyndhurst

Morris Canal Greenway Trail – Stanhope

New Mexico

La Pasada Encantada Nature Trail –  Cloudcroft

New York

Alice Recknagel Ireys Fragrance Garden – Brooklyn

Garvies Point Preserve Braille Trail – Nassau

Nassau County’s Sensory Garden – Long Island

Pelham Bay Park Sensory Garden – New York City (more information: NYC Parks)

Planting Fields Sensory Garden – Long Island

Sharon’s Sensory Garden – Honeoye Falls

Shelter Island Braille Trail – Long Island’s eastern end

North Dakota

Solien-Denault Sensory Trail – Jamestown


Beech Creek Sensory Garden – Alliance

Corll Meadows Braille Trail – Austintown

Fort Wright Sensory Garden – Cincinnati

Heinzerling Foundation Sensory Garden – Columbus

Sensory Garden for the Blind and Physically Disabled – Cleveland

The Cincinnati Zoo is one of the oldest in the United States. Great leadership that will hopefully inspire many other zoos around the world


The Hill – Oklahoma City



Hull Park for the Blind – Sandy


Garden of Five Senses – Lancaster

Latodami Nature Access Trail – Pittsburgh

Lycoming County Master Gardeners Sensory Garden – Montoursville

Main Line Sensory Garden – Philadelphia

Wildlands Trail – Emmaeus

Wynnewood Valley Park Sensory Garden – Wynnewood

Puerto Rico

Punta Tuna Hiking Trails – Maunabo

South Carolina

Children’s Nature and Sensory Trail – Myrtle Beach

Palmetto Trail – Spartanburg

Pioneer Garden Braille Trail – Clemson


Lions Narnia Braille Trail – Kingsport

Little Garden Club Sensory Garden – Memphis

Pot House Loop Trail – Chattanooga

Sensory Garden for the Blind – Franklin


Garden for the Blind – San Antonio

George and Milly Rhodus Sculpture and Sensory Garden – Odessa

Riverside Nature Center Sensory Garden – Kerrville


Norfolk Sensory Garden – Norfolk

The Lion’s Tale Trail – New Market



Cispus Braille Trail – Randle

Seattle Sensory Garden – Seattle


Fern Trail – Door County


Lee McCune Braille Trail – Casper

Nature for all

International Trails by Country

Over 200 trails: Nature for all

Source: Nature for all – in alphabetical order – click on the name of the trail or the country name


Brisbane Braille Trail – Brisbane

Wodonga Sensory Garden – Wodonga


Styrian Association of the Blind and Partially Sighted Guided Forest Path – Stubenberg

University of Innsbruck Fragrance and Touch Garden – Innsbruck


Garden for Those Who Are Not Blessed with Sight – Paget


Garden of Sensations – Curitiba

Rio de Janeiro Sensory Garden – Rio de Janeiro



Courtyard of the Senses – Montreal

Dogwood Trail – Oshawa

Elsie King Trail – Saanich, Victoria

First Lake Braille Trail – Lower Sackville near Halifax

Lucy Maud Montgomery Garden of the Senses – Norval

Scents and Sensibility Garden – Saint Andrews


Aberdeen Country Park Trail for the Disabled – Hong Kong

Chenshan Botanical Garden for the Blind – Shanghai

Nanjing Botanical Garden for Visually Impaired People – Nanjing

Tongjing Park Botanical Garden for the Blind – Suzhou

Costa Rica

Carara National Park Universal Access Trail – Tarcoles

Czech Republic

Olomouc Botanic Garden to the Senses – Olomouc

Prague Botanic Garden – Prague

Prague Botanical Garden

Dominican Republic

Path for the Senses – Santa Domingo


England (United Kingdom)

Abbey Gardens Sensory Garden – Bury Saint Edmonds

Belmont Sensory Garden – Exeter

Birmingham Botanical Garden Sensory Garden – Birmingham

Dennis King Memorial Sensory Garden – East Sussex

Harold Park Sensory Garden – Yorkshire

King George’s Garden for the Blind – Brentwood

Patch Sensory Garden – Sheringham

Ralph Millward Sensory Garden – Bournemouth

Seaton Valley Countryside Park Sensory Garden – Between the villages of Seaton and Hessenford


Kaisaniemi Botanic Garden Sensory Garden – Helsinki


Garden of the Senses – Mulhouse

Jardin des Senteurs – Paris

Morvan Regional National Park Discovery Path – Morvan


Cikhisciri Holiday Centre for the Visually Impaired Adapted Path – Cikhisciri Holiday Centre for the Visually Impaired, Black Sea Coast (Kobuleti district)


Angelbecksteich Barrier Free Hiking Trail – Queloh

Bare Hands and Bare Feet Path – Mannheim

Brunstal Adventure Trail – Thuringia

Eifel Braille Trail – Schleiden

Luneburger Heide Hiking Trails – Winsen

Middle Elbe Reserve Nature Trail – Mittelelbe

Plant and Rock Garden – Plant Enclosure Trail – Igelbus

The Blind People’s Garden of Bremen – Bremen

The Park of Gardens – Bad Zwischenahn



Schinias-Marathon National Park Accessible Trails – Attiki


Calicut Braille Trail – Kerala

Chandigarh Sensory Garden – Chandigarh

Touch ‘N’ Smell Garden – Lucknow


Delta Sensory Garden – Carlow

Mount Stewart Sensory Garden – Newtownards

Saint Stephens Green Garden for the Blind – Dublin

Sensory Garden at Dove House – Abbeyleix

The Sensory and Mobility Garden – Cahir


Morris Kaufman Recreation Area for the Blind – Tel Aviv

Nahal HaShofet Nature Park – Yokneum

Tu ‘Ran Lookout Trail – Nazareth



Botanic Garden of Padua – Padua

Botanical Garden of Lucca Sensory Garden – Lucca

Garden of the Aromas – Rome

Naples Botanical Garden Tactile and Olfactory Museum – Naples

Nature Experience Trail on Malga Zannes/Zanser Alm – Bozen

Selva Gallignano Botanical Garden Sensory Trail – Ancona

Trail for Everyone – Lusevera


Garden of the Blind – Osaka

Osaka Prefecture Sensory Garden – Sakai City


Liepaja walking trails –  Liepaja

Planci Swamp Trail – Jurmala


Sonorous Trail Hoscheid – Hoscheid


President’s Kitchen Garden – Valleta


New Zealand

Louis Braille Sensory Garden – Tauranga

Sensation Walk Braille Trail – Wellington

Over 200 trails: Nature for all
Photo of a trail in Kotlina Kłodzka. near Kudowa Zdroj in Poland


Arboretum Sensory Garden – Przemsi

Karkonosze Mountains Adapted Hiking Trail – Kopa


Garden of the Scents – Lisbon


University Botanical Garden Sensory Garden – Balchik


Linburn Sensory Garden – Edinburgh

Saughton Sensory Garden – Edinburgh

Wicklow Mountains Sensory Garden – Glendalough


Pulau Ubin Sensory Trail – Pulau Ubin


South Africa

Fossil Braille Trail – Beaufort West, Eastern Cape

Kamberg Nature Preserve Braille Trail – Pietermaritzburg

Karoo Desert National Botanical Garden – Western Cape Town of Worcester

Kenneth Stain Bank Nature Trail – Durban

Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden Braille Trail – Cape Town

Lichen Trail – Mpumalangaa near Graskop

Lowveld National Botanical Garden – Nelspruit

Mossel Bay Botanical Garden Braille Trail – Mossel Bay

Namaqua Sensory Trail – Kamieskroon

PPC Discovery Trail – Eastern Cape

Pretoria National Botanical Garden – Pretoria

Rhino Perimeter Trail – Kruger National Park at Berg-En-Dal

Rob and Julie Filmer Sensory Trail – Pretoria

Sasol Sensory Trail – Johannesburg

Vrolijkheld Nature Reserve Braille Trail – Western Cape near Robertson

Walter Sislu National Botanical Garden Fragrance Garden – Roodeport, 30 km west of Johannesburg


Garden of Flavor – Cordoba

Parc de Collserolla – Barcelona

Timfanya National Park – Lanzarote, Canary Islands


Garden of Scent and Touch – Geneva

Swiss Federation of the Blind Adapted Adapted Walking Path – Saanen



Taipei Botanical Gardens Sensory Garden – Taipei


Penlan-Uchaf Farm Gardens – Pembrokeshire

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