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Dogwood Trail

Dogwood Trail
In the McLaughlin Bay Wildlife Reserve in Oshawa, Ontario, one can find the Dogwood Trail, a wildlife trail designed to give the visually impaired access to nature in the reserve. The wheelchair accessible paved path has a guide rope with Braille and large print panels at specific points along the path. The panels encourage touching plants and Dogwood trees, listening to woodland birds, and learning about the history of the area, including the Indian tribes that lived there 250 years ago.

Nearby City: Oshawa
Country: Ontario, Canada
Location: McLaughlin Bay Wildlife Reserve
Braille signs: Yes
Sensory Garden: N/A
Guide rope: Yes
Tactile Pathway: N/A
Wheelchair accessible: Yes
Audio: N/A
Length or area: 4.5 miles
Loop: N/A
Number of stations: N/A
Other: N/A