Accessibility at Cedar Pond
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.
- Universally accessible All Persons Trail
All Persons Trail
On the All Persons Trail, follow the post & rope guide as the trail loops around in a circle through forest and meadow landscapes. Explore 17 multisensory enrichment stops including tactile exhibits to learn about the animals that make Cedar Pond Wildlife Sanctuary their home.
Woodland Loop (0.9 miles)
This ADA-compliant All Persons Trail is surfaced with a stone dust mixture and is equipped with a navigational post-and-rope guiding system for nearly its entire length. The trail is generally level with a few areas of very gentle incline and decline. The trail has six seating areas spaced every 500 feet.
Two different kinds of beads are attached to the rope guide. A spherical bead indicates that an interpretive stop marker is within arm’s reach with the name of the stop in large print and braille. A cube-shaped bead indicates that a multi-use seating area is nearby. It typically takes 45 minutes to 1 hour to fully experience both segments.
- Post and rope guided trail
- A scenic meadow overlook with seating
- A picnic area
- Tactile displays
- An abundance of multi-use seating throughout the trail
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