Accessibility at Habitat Education Center
Mass Audubon strives to create a welcoming presence for a wide range of visitors, including making our sanctuaries and nature centers more accessible for all to enjoy. Find out more about Mass Audubon's accessibility work.
- Nature Center
- Garden Terrace
- All Persons Trail
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All Persons Trail
Completed in May 2014, this half-mile trail loop follows a wide, gently sloping path with a smooth, packed surface. The trail construction complies with ADA guidelines for accessibility and is designed to accommodate wheelchairs, walkers, and other mobility devices. This trail beckons all visitors to explore Habitat's special places.
The trail begins at Habitat's parking area, goes by the community gardens and photo-voltaic solar array, winds through the pine forest, meadow, and birch woods, and reaches Turtle Pond.
This All Persons Trail project was developed cooperatively between Mass Audubon and the Recreational Trails Program.
0.5-mile trail loop
- Wide, gently sloping path with a smooth, packed surface.
- Accommodate wheelchairs, walkers, and other mobility devices, as well as baby strollers.
- Boardwalk section and pond observation platform offer great views of waterfowl, painted turtles, and other wildlife.
There is an audio tour for our accessible trail. You can access the audio tour three ways:
- You can call 617-449-7520 on your cell phone. This tour is available by phone April through December.
- You can borrow an audio player at the Nature Center admission window.
- You can download the Audio Tour from our website and play it on your personal audio player when you visit.