255 Tompkins Street, Cortland, NY 13045 | (607) 756-7057
37 Franklin Street, Cortland, NY 13045 | (607) 753-6161 or (607) 756-2627
The purpose of Cortland Repertory Theatre is to offer residents of Central New York an opportunity to experience, at an accessible price, the range and scope of excellent professional theatre. CRT serves the region by providing a long term commitment to cultural enrichment and by endowing its community with a sense of pride and ownership.
22 Tompkins Street, Cortland, NY 13045 | (607) 756-2893
The YMCA is a place where individuals and families can come to participate in a wide range of programs that build a healthy mind, body and spirit. YMCA offers a wide vaiety of programs and activities including: swimming lessons, basketball leagues, gym, fitness classes, karate, family fun nights and much more.
35 Port Watson St, Cortland, NY 13045, Cortland, NY 13045 | (607) 753-3021
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35 Port Watson St, Cortland, NY 13045, Cortland, NY 13045 | (607) 753-3021
According to the agency website: "The Youth Center facility offers a safe and comfortable environment for teens to interact with one another and qualified staff members. The Youth Center is open to all youth ages 11-18 or in 5th-12th grades. Those in 5th and 6th grades are welcome to attend weeknights from 3-6 pm. Teens in 7th through 12th grades are welcome to attend the Center during all open hours. Parents are always welcome to visit the Center or spend time volunteering with us.
2192 Crompond Road, Cortlandt Manor, NY 10567 | (914) 737-4550
Cortlandt Lanes is a bowling alley in Cortlandt Manor, NY. They offer summer and winter leagues, open bowling, moonlight bowling, birthday parties, and other specials. While the bowling alley generally does not include programs structured for persons with disabilities, nor does it have inclusion orientation training with staff, it does have patnerships with Norwest and local group homes. All persons who come to bowl are treated with respect.
3132 Main Street, Peekskill, NY 10566 | 914-736-0498
This site is offered by the town for the youth to have a safe place to go during the evening and weekend hours. It is located next door to a local movie theater. Most of the time the youth wait here while they wait for the movie to begin or for a ride home.
White Ln, Argyle, NY 12809 | (518)402-8920
Cossayuna Lake boat launch is located off county route 49 and East Lake Road on White Lane. This launch on the east side of the lake has parking for 30 cars and trailers.
3915 Golden Valley Rd , Golden Valley, MN 55422 | 612-775-2277
This beautiful campus in Golden Valley, Minnesota, you’ll find a wide range of rehabilitation services for children and adults. In addition, there are numerous community services available. Whether you’re recovering from a short-term injury or managing a long-term condition or disability, there are many outlets for recreation to choose from.
Church Street, Cortland, NY 13045 | (607) 753-3021
Courthouse Park is a community park located at the corners of Church Street and Court Street in the heart of Cortland, New York. Many annual festivals and concerts are held in Courthouse Park throughout the year including the Cortland pumpkinfest and Arts in the Parks. The CYB also facilitates youth programs in Courthouse Park now and then. The CYB has plans in the near future to build a more permanent stage structure in the park where the current statue stands. There are also talks of building a public restroom facility in the park.
124 Lake Street, Coventry, CT 06238 | 860-742-4068
The Town of Coventry Connecticut is located in eastern Connecticut. Their mission statement is to "Foster active lifestyles, social well-being and environmental stewardship." (Coventry CT, Parks and Recreation Dept. website) They also employ an 'Inclusion Services' document whose mission statement is "To provide inclusion services that allow persons with and without disabilities to recreate together in environments that are safe, fun, and respectful."
11165 Vale Drive, Morongo Valley, CA 92256 | 1 (760)-363-6454
Covington Park provides the Morongo Valley community and visitors a place for recreation and relaxation. The park offers many activities for children and adults. They can enjoy the accessible playgrounds that include, the climbing platforms, slides, swings, spin cup and other playground furniture. The two playgrounds are surrounded by fall-safe rubber surfaces as well as a accessible route. The shaded pavilion, picnic tables, water fountains grills and restrooms are additional amenities available for park visitors. Visitors can also play tennis on the newly resurfaced tennis courts, and/or skateboard in the skate park provided to you by the park.
Reed Street, Coxsackie, NY 12051 | (518) 731 2718
The Coxsackie Boat Launch is located in the downtown section of the Village of Coxsackie. It provides a serene park-like setting on the Hudson River; well suited for a picnic or family get-together.
777 McLean Avenue, Yonkers, NY 10701 | (914) 377-6450
Charles Lindbergh Blvd., East Garden City, NY 11530 | 516-572-4111
The Cradle of Aviation Museum is an aerospace museum located on Charles Lindbergh Blvd. in Garden City, New York. Located on "Museum Row" with easy access off the Meadowbrook Parkway, near the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum on Long Island. It is located on land once part of Mitchel Air Force Base which, together with nearby Roosevelt Field and other airfields on the Hempstead Plains, was the site of many historic flights. Travel through accessible exhibits as young men and women become inspired by the ingenuity of the pioneers of flight. The museum is one of the more popular Air and Space museums in the United States and is well known for its innovative installations, including unique audio-visual, hands-on and interactive exhibits. They are currently improving as exhibits and program offerings through generous grant money. In addition to the museum itself, the complex houses the DOME theater featuring IMAX 70 millimeter format films as well as a state-of-the-art digital planetarium, and the Red Planet Cafe, decorated to look like a space station on Mars. When you call ahead, you can even arrange a private guide to accommodate your special needs. It is a must stop on your next visit to Long Island. A great place to spend a rainy day.
9 1/2 Riverside Avenue , Rensselaer, NY 12144 | (518) 463-8738
According to the website: Crailo is the museum of the Colonial Dutch in the Hudson River Valley. Originally a part of the vast landholding called the Manor or Patroonship of Rensselaerswyck, the Crailo farm was named after the Van Rensselaer's estate in the Netherlands, variously spelled Crayloo or Cralo in the 17th century, and meaning "crows' wood" in Dutch.
243 Lone Pine Road, Cranberry Lake, NY 12927 | (315)848-2315
According to the DEC Website: "One of the largest remote lakes in the Adirondacks and it's proximity to 50,000 acres of wilderness, intermingled with 50 miles of well developed trails makes Cranberry Lake the outdoor enthusiasts perfect vacation spot. Whether it's fishing, boating or just laying back and enjoying your well deserved vacation, Cranberry Lake is the spot for you. The lake has been stocked with trout in the past and many of the ponds, streams and rivers support excellent trout fishing. The perfectly formed forest canopy in the campground provides excellent shade on hot summer days while the undergrowth provides excellent privacy for campers. From Cranberry Lake to other Adirondack Campgrounds requires only a short trip on a major highway."
Crandall Pl, Glens Falls, NY 12804 | (518) 615-0446
The City of Glens Falls provides many recreation and leisure opportunities for its residents and visitors. For more information, please email the Recreation Department at firstname.lastname@example.org
South Crescent St. and Genesee Place, Rome, NY 13440 | (315) 339-7656
According to the agency website: "Crescent Park (also formerly known as Genesee Park Place) is a pocket park located on South Crescent Street and Genesee Place. It mainly serves the population from Riverview Parkway North to Crossgates Street to Oakwood Street.
35th Avenue, Bayside, NY 11361 | (718) 225-2620
The Crocheron Tennis Park offers ten full sized tennis courts.
Massena, NY 13662 | (315) 769-8663
Croil Island State Park is property owned by the state which is currently undeveloped. There are no known physical or social amenities of the park which could be assessed at the time of our visit.
Golf Course Road, Warrensburg, 12885 | (518) 623-9336
According to the agency website: Cronins Golf Resort offers golfers of all levels the ability to enjoy every aspect of Adirondack Golf.
238-10 Hillside Avenue, Bellerose, NY 11426 | (718) 479-0505
The Cross Island YMCA is located at 238-10 Hillside avenue in Bellerose/Queens, NY. It is accessible via the Q43, N26, and N22 bus routes, which stop directly in front of and across the street from the facility. It is open from 5:00AM to 10:30PM on weekdays and 7:00AM-8:00PM on weekends. The facility offers an array of sports, activities and exercise programs. Accessible parking is available at both the main parking lot facing Hillside avenue and in the back parking lot which allows access to the tennis court, two running tracks, and rear entry wheelchair ramp. There is a Special Populations and services office should anyone need particular accommodations or have questions about using adaptive equipment. The facility has two indoor swimming pools, both of which have chairlifts and steps with handrails. Lifeguards and staff are always on hand to assist. There is a wheelchair accessible changing room and bathroom on the main level as well as access to either swimming pool. There are locker rooms on the lower level which are accessible via stairs. The Cross Island YMCA offers group activities such as Water Exercise Class for Adults with Disabilities, Chair Yoga, and occasionally, Wheelchair Tennis. All activities can be adapted to suit the needs of individual members. All members have access to personal trainers. The floors are grouted tile and the surface is flat. For more information contact the Director of Special Populations and Services (718) 551-9300.
615 Francestown Rd, Bennington, NH 03442 |
Crotched Mountain Accessible Recreation and Sports (or CMARS for short) is a program of Crotched Mountain Foundation that brings people living with disabilities together with family and friends in sporting activities. Every winter, people with disabilities throughout the region enjoy the thrill of skiing and snowboarding with the CMARS Program. Our certified recreation therapists and trained volunteers offer lessons to people with disabilities at all skill levels from first-time skiers to seasoned skiing veterans.
Route 129, Cortlandt Manor, NY 10520 | (914) 864-7275
Croton Gorge Park is a 97-acre property at the base of the Croton Dam and affords impressive views of the dam and spillway. The park is a popular spot for fishing, picnicking and hiking, with direct trail access to New York State’s Old Croton Aqueduct, which begins here. In winter, the park is a favorite spot for cross-country skiing and sledding. Westchester County Parks operates many other sites and facilities throughout the area.
784 Bridge Road, Crown Point, NY 12928 | (518)597-3603
According to the DEC website: "Because Crown Point Public Campground rests over battlefields and fort locations dating back to 1775, remnants of structures and sites remain for visitors to view. The lighthouse, rebuilt in 1911-1912 and positioned on the campground shore overlooks the 281,600 acre Lake Champlain. The campground is located on the lower southwestern shore of Lake Champlain, north of the village of Crown Point. Positioned so that it is majestically overlooking Lake Champlain and neighboring Vermont, the Crown Point bridge looms on the northern most shore of this campground and is one of the few bridges connecting New York State and Vermont. Sites are capable of holding any size RV and are blanketed with grass all summer long. There is one on site lean-to. The entire Crown Point Reservation, including all 49 acres of the campground, are listed in the National Register of Historic Places and have been designated by the United States Secretary of the Interior as a National Historic Landmark."
21 Grandview Drive, Crown Point, NY 12928 | (518) 597-4666
According to the website: Long before the Revolution, the British and the French both claimed Crown Point in the struggle for a North American empire. Four failed campaigns to oust the French between 1755 and 1758 were mounted by the British. It was not until 1759, however, that the abandoned French Fort St. Frederic was taken over by the British.
Muncy Road, New Bremen, NY 13327 | (315) 785-2252
The Crystal Creek accessible trail is located at Indian Pipe State Forest in the town of New Bremen. A short ATV trail open to individuals with CP-3 permits provides access to Crystal Creek from the general parking area. An accessible fishing pier is located on the edge of the creek, where anglers can fish for wild brook trout.
1964 Campus Drive , Hyde Park, NY 12538 | 845-451-1247
The Culinary Institute of America is a cooking school that is located on 1946 Campus Drive, Hyde Park, NY 12538. The Culinary Institute of America provides an environment that promotes inclusion throughout their campus. The parking lots are accessible to all individuals. The staff is very welcoming and willing to help students and visitors. The gym does not provide adaptive equipment, but the staff is more than willing to help individuals that may need assistance. The school is always willing to make accommodations when needed and requested.
152 Cumberland Head Road, Plattsburg, NY 12901 | (518)563-5240
According to the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation Website: "Cumberland Bay State Park, on the west shore of Lake Champlain, is very popular with campers and day-users because of its large natural sand beach and picnic grounds with tables and grills. The park has a playground and playing fields. Cross-country runners frequent the park in the fall."