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Big Pine Braille Trail

Big Pine Braille Trail
At the Big Pine Braille Trail in the Marshall Forest in Rome, Georgia, visually impaired visitors can walk unassisted along the guide rope, stopping at Braille sign stations marked by rope knots along the path. The signs include information about the surrounding forest and encourage visitors to hug a large tree and feel its circumference, step on crunchy leaves in a creek bed, and listen to birds and squirrels scattered through the trees.

Nearby City: Rome
State: Georgia
Location: Marshall Forest Nature Preserve
Braille signs: Yes
Sensory Garden: N/A
Guide rope: Yes
Tactile Pathway: N/A
Wheelchair accessible: N/A
Audio: N/A
Length or area: N/A
Loop: Yes
Number of stations: 15
Other: N/A