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."
545 Kenneth E Marcus Way , Marietta, GA 30060 | 770-794-5630
This agency provides exercise equipment, a muti-use gym, and exercise rooms. Offers open play gymnasium; basketball, volleyball, and badminton/pickle ball. Director is a CTRS. The park also contains soccer fields.
840 Upper Front Street, Binghamton, NY 13905 | (607) 772-8958
Cutler Botanic Garden is located on Upper Front St. in Binghamton, NY, at Interstate 81 Exit 5. Garden tours, conducted by Cornell Cooperative Extension - Broome County staff and volunteer Master Gardeners, are scheduled by request. Visitors are always welcome in the Cutler Botanic Garden. The garden is open daily from 9:00 a.m. until sunset during the summer, free of charge. Look for the brochures located in boxes by each garden within the Botanic Garden. The brochure describes the plants in that garden and gives additional information about the garden.
281 Midland Avenue, Rye, NY 10580 | (914) 967 2535
Rye Recreation is recognized for its distinctive approach to providing high quality programs, special events, activities and facilities to all people of all ages.
4812 Cook Road, LaFayette, NY 13084 | 315-677-5121
Adams Eden Camp is a year-round retreat and recreational facility in LaFayette, NY. Located in the heart of apple country, AEC has two truly unique landmarks: Bare Mountain and Rattlesnake Gulf. The summit of Bare Mountain, otherwise known as the “Overlook”, is perhaps the most scenic overlook point in all of Onondaga County. Rattlesnake Gulf borders on the south edge of the property and features two awe-inspiring waterfalls: Wedding Falls and Great Falls.
10 Crested Butte Way, Mt. Crested Butte, CO 81225 | 970-349-2296
The Adaptive Sports Center enhances the quality of life of people with disabilities through exceptional outdoor adventure activities. The successful programs the ASC provides are inclusive to families and friends, empower our participants in their daily lives and have a positive enduring effect on self-efficacy, health, independence and overall well-being.
10475 Harlow Road, Darien Center, NY 14040 | (585)5479242
According to the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation Website, "Darien Lakes State Park's terrain is hilly with woodlands, ravines, streams and 12-acre Harlow Lake. The park has a total of 154 campsites, 141 with electricity and 13 primitive sites without. Also available are heated comfort stations and showers, a beach, playgrounds, fishing, hiking and horseback riding trails, picnic areas and a rustic bridge over the lake channel to Picnic Island. In winter, multiple-use trails are open for hiking, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. Darien also has two picnic shelters available for a fee by reservation only."
1230 Pulaski Highway, Goshen, NY 10924 | (845) 651-7000
3180 De Veaux Woods Drive, Niagara Falls, NY 14303 | (716)284-4691
According to the agency website: "De Veaux Woods State Park has two ball diamonds, a playground, nature trails through a meadow and Old Growth Woods, and a path that leads across the Robert Moses Parkway to Whirlpool State Park with access to the Niagara gorge trail system."
45920 Country Route 191, Fineview, NY 13640 | 315-482-2722
According to the agency website: Dewolf Point State Park has a cabin colony, camping area, stone gazebo and dockage for boats on the Lake of the Isles in the St. Lawrence River. Fishermen and nature lovers appreciate this small park's rustic beauty.
2678 Lower Lake Road, Seneca Falls, NY 13148 | (315)568-5163
Dean's Cove Boat Launch is a boat launch site, including power boats, with fishing access.
220 W. McKinley Ave , Decatur , IL 62526 | 1-217-872-9622
The Decatur YMCA focuses on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. The YMCA works on three main areas, nurturing the potential of kids, helping people live healthier, and supporting the local neighborhoods in the central Illinois area. The YMCA provides numerous opportunities to live a healthy lifestyle through group exercise programs, aquatic programs, and a wellness center. Its primary mission is to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit,mind and body for all.The non-profit organization is continually providing support for all incomes, ages and abilities.The staff is always helpful and willing to assist with the needs of everyone.
180 Deer Haven Lane, Oneonta, NY 13820 | (607) 433-9654
Situated on 75 acres, Deer Haven offers a high quality, family oriented camping facility that provides a superior alternative to hotel and home rental accommodations. Deer Haven Campground & Cabins is located across the street from the Cooperstown All Star Village, less than one mile from the Wright National Soccer Hall of Fame and 2 miles from Cooperstown.
46549 State Hwy 10, Delhi, 13753 | (607) 746-3849
The main purpose of the Assocaition is to preserve and promote the history of Delaware County.
8797 State Route 46, Rome, NY 13440 | (315) 337-4670
Delta Lake State Park is located on a peninsula extending into Delta Reservoir. You'll find the terrain is wooded and generally flat. Year-round visitors can enjoy the day in one of many picnic areas, or on one of the many hiking and nature trails. There is also a boat launch and shoreline fishing for trout, pike, bass, bullhead and perch. Campers can enjoy 101 tent, trailer or RV camping sites and there is a sandy beach with swimming in the summer. For winter visitors there are cross-country ski trails.
8797 State Route 46, Rome, NY 13440 | (315)337-4670
According to the agency website: "Delta Lake State Park is located on a peninsula extending into Delta Reservoir. You'll find the terrain is wooded and generally flat. Year-round visitors can enjoy the day in one of many picnic areas, or on one of the many hiking and nature trails. There is also a boat launch and shoreline fishing for trout, pike, bass, bullhead and perch. Campers can enjoy 101 tent, trailer or RV camping sites and there is a sandy beach with swimming in the summer. For winter visitors there are cross-country ski trails. - See more at: http://www.nysparks.com/parks/66/details.aspx#sthash.sl17WFoz.dpuf"
148 Front Street, Deposit, NY 13754 | (607) 467-2081
Deposit State Theater is a non-profit group that shows movies and performs community theater. One of the main goals of the agency is to pass on the love for the fine arts (acting, dancing) to the community. Fund-raising is done to maintain a low ticket cost. The threatre is also available for rent by other businesses.
Smith Park and Railroad St., DeRuyter, NY 13052 | 315-443-9343
The DeRuyter Monday Mile is an asphalt track that encircles the DeRuyter Fairgrounds. It is a looped track that is 6 ft wide in most places. The track itself is half a mile around and signage indicates that you have to go around the track twice to complete the mile. The narrowest point on the track, which is 61 inches, is the dirt and packed gravel path that connects the accessible parking to the actual track. This portion of the route is about 10 feet in length. At the time of assessment the fairgrounds were closed so the dirt track was the only point of entrance. Otherwise the main gate to the fairgrounds can be used, which is a continuation of the parking lot and directly connects the Monday Mile to the parking with no change of surface. Due to the season, the restrooms on the fairgrounds were closed as well. The track is unobstructed along its entire length. There are small patches of loose gravel in some places, but in general it is smooth, flat and even. There is one sign on the actual track indicating that you are walking the Monday Mile. The other two signs are at the entrance of the fairgrounds indicating the start and finish of the Monday Mile. The start sign is visible as you approach the fairgrounds and it contains a map of the route. The finish sign is visible as you leave the fairgrounds. Map of the route and directions are also available on the agency website.
Robert Moses Parkway, Niagara Falls, NY 14305 | (716)284-5778
According to the agency website: "Devil's Hole State Park overlooks the Devil's Hole Rapids. The park has picnic areas, scenic overlooks and hiking trails, and is one of the more popular spots for fishing. A stone staircase leads down to the base of the gorge and the Devil's Hole Trail, which offers spectacular views of the rapids and gorge rock layers."
New York 3, Saranac Lake, NY 12983 | Summer:(518)891-7450 Winter: (518)891-2697
"This assessment was completed by the IRRC as part of the New York State Scenic Byways Program accessibility project managed by the IRRC and the Adirondack North Country Association, funded by the Federal Highway Administration and administered by the New York State Department of Transportation.”
115 Cedar Street , Batavia, NY 14020 | (585)-344-8508
The DeWitt Recreation Area is a multi-purpose recreational park located on Cedar Street in Batavia, New York. The park offers multiple recreational and outdoor activities such as hiking, fishing, camping, boating, and etc. The recreational area also has a fully accessible playground and pavilion areas for visitors throughout the park. The DeWitt Pond is also located in the middle of the surrounding area for people to enjoy as well. The DeWitt Recreation Area is fully accessible for anyone and also includes an accessible ramp and dock. This park is open year round and no membership required.
201 Dillingham Center, Ithaca, NY 14850 | (607) 274-3345
Dillingham Center, located on Ithaca College’s campus, houses two separate performing arts theaters. Each semester there are approximately six shows, each with several performances. Students are cast in every performance. Dillingham Center recently completed renovations that made the building more accessible for everyone. The administration is very flexible in providing accommodations, but the theater must be notified prior to each performance of the necessary accommodations.
52 Main Street, Saranac Lake, NY 12983 | (518)
According to agency website, "The Adirondack Artists' Guild Gallery is a place for members to show and market their work in the region in which they live. The Guild promotes development of the arts in the community year-round by featuring the work of guest artists, hosting an annual juried show, and sponsoring cultural events."