3387 County Route 15, Pulaski, NY 13142 | 315-387-2657
According to the Agency Website: Sandy Island Beach State Park is part of the Eastern Lake Ontario Dune and Wetland System, a 17 mile stretch which extends from the Town of Richland, Oswego County, north along Lake Ontario to Jefferson County. The Dunes were formed by wind and wave motion of a giant inland sea that preceded Lake Ontario. The area is the only significant freshwater dune site in the northeastern United States. The Eastern Lake Ontario Dune system offers many opportunities for hikers, birdwatchers, canoeists and kayakers. Walkovers and viewing platforms have been built to protect the fragile dune environment.
6659 Round Lake Road, Savona, NY 14879 | (607)776-2165
According to the agency website: "The Sanford Lake Day Use Area features a picnic area, with picnic tables, gravel concrete boat ramp, a canoe/kayak launch and a floating dock. Portable toilets are provided Memorial Day to Labor Day. No trash pickup is provided. This is a carry in-carry out facility.
51500 Hwy 74, Palm Desert , CA 92260 | 760-862-9984
Rising abruptly from the desert floor, the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument reaches an elevation of 10,834 feet. Providing a picturesque backdrop to local communities, visitors can enjoy magnificent palm oases, snow-capped mountains, a national scenic trail, and wilderness areas. Its extensive backcountry can be accessed via trails from both the Coachella Valley and the alpine village of Idyllwild.
324 Whiteface Memorial Highway, Wilmington, NY 12997 | (518)946-2211
According to agency's facebook page: "Santa's Workshop open in 1949 and is the forerunner for the modern day theme park. Still connected to its roots, it brings us back to a simpler day when family was all that mattered.
159 Sapsucker Woods Road, Ithaca, NY 14850 | (800) 843-2473
Sapsucker Woods is a non-profit that works to advance the understanding of nature and to engage people of all ages and abilities in learning about birds and protecting the planet.
"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.”
109 Main Street, Saranac Lake, NY 12983 | 518-891-4190
The Saranac Lake Free Library is a public library offering various programs and services to community members.
3 Main Street, Saranac Lake, NY 12983 | (518) 891-4150 ext. 235
The Saranac Riverwalk is a 1.5 mile multi-use path that follows the Saranac River from the Village offices at 3 Main Street and winds through downtown to Grand Union on Church Street.
19 Roosevelt Drive, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 | (518) 584-2000
According to the website: Saratoga Lake State Boat Launch, located on Route 9P on beautiful Saratoga Lake, is open year-round and has parking capacity for up to 100 trailers. - See more at: http://parks.ny.gov/parks/120/details.aspx#sthash.yBwm0tMj.dpuf
49 Henry Street, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 | (518) 584-7860
According to the website, “The mission of the Saratoga Springs Public Library is to inform, to inspire, and to entertain. It must provide access to the universe of knowledge through a variety of materials, programs, and services. As a publicly supported institution, the library should make primary services available without charge.”
6 Small World Ave, Saugerties, NY 12477 | 845-247-2590
Kiwanis Ice Arena is a great location the offers multiple variations of ice skating/ Hockey for individuals with disabilities. The location is extremely accessible and there is guarantee of accessibility to either participate or be a spectator.
1800 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains, NY 10605 | (914) 995-4480
Saxon Woods Park is a 700 acre property offering a variety of recreational facilities including a pool, picnic areas and a 18 hole miniature golf course. It is also the site of the county’s only playground that is accessible to the disabled.
8728 State Route 9, Pottersville, NY 12860 | (518)494-2631
According to the agency website: "Scaroon Manor Campground is located on the west shore of Schroon Lake on Taylor's Point and with 1200 feet of shoreline. The campground is a great place to fish, motorboat, paddle, bicycle, picnic and swim. The campground, located in the Town of Chester in Warren County and bordering the Town of Schroon in Essex County, has storied history as a resort and is an important component of the local cultural heritage...This one of a kind campground, completed in 2011, has been designed from the ground up to provide accessibility to people of all abilities."
311 Mamaroneck Road, Scarsdale, NY 10583 | (914) 722-1292
This pool facility is complete with 4 pools, including a diving pool with 3 diving boards, a large main pool with lap lanes that is 3.5-4.5 feet deep, an intermediate pool that is 2-3 feet deep and a baby pool. Two of these pools are shallow enough for any person to utilize, and the smaller of these pools has a zero foot depth of water at its entry point, making it the most accessible of the pools. There is also a concession stand with outdoor seating, picnic benches and covered tables, a playground, tether ball court, sand volleyball court and an outdoor basketball court.
23 Long Dock Rd , Beacon, NY 12508 | (845) 473-4440
From the agency website: Long Dock Park contains a kayak pavilion and beach for launching boats, rehabilitated wetlands and meadows that attract wildlife, a river overlook deck and a shaded plaza for informal dining. Kayak and paddleboard rentals are available through Mountain Tops Outfitters (845-831-1997). Bicycle rentals are available Thursday through Sunday from Cold Spring Bike Rental & Tours (347) 638 -7707). One of the most popular attractions in the park, at Long Dock's tip, is Beacon Point, a shoreline installation by renowned artist George Trakas. The work projects out over the river (at high tide, water actually flows through it), making this a perfect place to fish, sunbathe and admire magnificent vistas of Newburgh Bay and the Hudson Highlands.
Schiller Park Road , Syracuse, NY 13203 | 315-473-4780
Schiller Park Bova Community Center and park have many amenities outdoors that are wonderful for everyone! The swimming pool is up past the recreation center and the fields are right around the center. They offer various programs for young kids and teens that are worthwhile.
1100 Rugby Road, Syracuse, NY 13203 | 315-443-9343
The Monday Mile route starts in Schiller Park and then goes through the residential neighborhood nearby. The path is about 4 feet wide in most places. The narrowest point along the route is 20 inches wide and occurs on the brick path in the part along the start of the route. It should be noted that the narrow width is caused by temporary construction blockades set up. Maps of the Monday Mile route along with turn-by-turn directions are available on the agency website.
2419 North Point Dr, Stevens Point, WI 54481 | (715) 346-1374
Schmeeckle Reserve is a field station of the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point used as an outdoor classroom. The nature reserve offers recreational trails, pavilions, and a visitor center with museum and gift shop. Public programs are provided throughout the year including hour long interpretive programs and community candlelight hike events held biannually. The Green Circle Trail travels through the reserve.
1 Schodack Way, Schodack Landing, NY 12156 | (518) 732-0187
According to their website: Schodack Island State Park sits off the eastern shore of the Hudson River just south of Albany. A day-use facility, the park has been designated a State Estuary, and a portion of the park shelters a Bird Conservation area (BCA) that is home to bald eagles, cerulean warblers and blue herons, that nest in cottonwood trees. Eight miles of multi-use trails wind through a variety of ecological communities. In addition, the park has an improved bike trail, volleyball nets, horseshoe and a kayak/canoe launch site. Interpretive signage highlights the park’s historic and environmental significance. Picnicking tables and grills are available and the park offers group reservations for a fee.
121 Warnerville Cut Off, Warnerville,, NY 12187 |
The Cobleskill Creek Trail is currently a 1 mile trail out to the end. It follows the edge of fields of a working farm. Part of the trail follows the Cobleskill Creek and there is an access point to the creek behind the pavilion. Parents need to closely supervise children along the trail as well as at the water. Bicycles are allowed on the trail but must be aware of pedestrians. During the winter, the trail is used for cross country skiing and snowshoeing. Occasionally students from the college will ride horses along the trail.
515 Malcolm X Blvd, New York, NY 10037-1801 | (212) 491-2200
"The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture is a national research library devoted to collecting, preserving and providing access to resources documenting the experiences of peoples of African descent throughout the world. The Center's collections first won international acclaim in 1926 when the personal collection of the distinguished Puerto Rican-born Black scholar and bibliophile, Arturo Alfonso Schomburg, was added to the Division of Negro Literature, History and Prints of the 135th Street Branch of The New York Public Library. Schomburg served as curator from 1932 until his death in 1938. Renamed in his honor in 1940, the collection grew steadily through the years. In 1972 it was designated as one of The Research Libraries of The New York Public Library and became the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. Today, the Schomburg Center contains over 10,000,000 items and provides services and programs for constituents from the United States and abroad".
32 Catherine Street , Albany, NY 12202 | (518) 434-0834
According to their website: Schuyler Mansion was home to Philip J. Schuyler, the renowned Revolutionary War general, US Senator, and business entrepreneur. He and his wife, Catharine Van Rensselaer, descended from affluent and powerful Dutch families. Together they raised eight children in this home. The Georgian structure, reflecting Schuyler's English tastes - was built on a bluff overlooking the Hudson River. Originally situated on an 80-acre tract of land, the grounds once included an orchard, a formal garden, and a working farm. Throughout the Schuyler family occupancy from 1763-1804, the mansion was the site of military strategizing, political hobnobbing, elegant social affairs, and an active family life. The wedding of daughter Elizabeth Schuyler to Alexander Hamilton took place in the house in 1780.Today, visitors can enjoy a guided tour of the mansion as well as an orientation exhibition in the Visitor Center focusing on Philip Schuyler's life. Temporary exhibitions and public programs are scheduled year-round. Tours for school and adult groups, as well as outreach programs, are available by reservation. Group tour rates are available for 10 or more people.
430 College Ave, Ithaca, NY 14850 | (607)254-2700
The Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts is home to the Theater, Film and Dance Department on Cornell University’s campus. The Department produces a full schedule of performances, lectures, installations, conference and film screenings showcasing student and professional work.
205 Genesee Street, Auburn, NY 13021 | (315)255-1553
The Schweinfurth Memorial Art Center is a multi arts facility that provides various programs and activities for participants of all abilities to come and enjoy the world or art. They provide accommodations for all and are open for change.
401 West Main Street, Sackets Harbor, NY 13685 | (315) 646-1000
According to the agency website: "Located along the Eastern Lake Ontario shores of Sackets Harbor in the historic Union Hotel, c. 1817, our interactive exhibits cover a variety of topics including Maritime Heritage, Military History, Lighthouses, Natural History, Agriculture, and much more!
7101 State Route 3, Pulaski, NY 13142 | 315-298-5737
According to the agency website: In addition to spectacular sunsets over one of the Great Lakes, visitors to Selkirk Shores State Park can expect outstanding fishing and popular hiking and biking trails that lead to a lush mix of meadows and woodlands.
296 Fair St. , Kingston , NY 12401 | 845-338-2786
According to the agency website: Amidst the turmoil of a British military invasion in the fall of 1777, the elected representatives of rebellious New Yorkers met in Kingston to form a new state government. While convened in Kingston in September and October, New York's first Senate met in the simple stone house of merchant Abraham Van Gaasbeek.
100 Waterloo Geneva Road, Geneva, NY 14456 | (315)789-2331
According to the agency website: "Seneca Lake State Park overlooks blue water, creating a relaxing experience for swimmers and picnickers. Children will be especially delighted with our Sprayground and Playground facilities. The Sprayground is the first of its kind built in the New York State Parks system with over 100 water jets that spontaneously spray water. Neighboring the Sprayground is the playground with equipment for children ages 4-12. This park also offers 2 excellent marinas, with a total of 132 electric slips and 84 non-electric slips. Transient slips available at both marinas. There is no camping permitted in Seneca Lake State Park."
1000 Larsen Park Rd. , Sioux City, IA 51103 | 712-279-0198
The Sergeant Floyd River Museum & Welcome Center is a dry docked riverboat. It is home to an Iowa Welcome Center, a river museum and gift shop. Here you can learn about Native American culture, fur trapping, the Lewis and Clark expedition, hard working steamboats and more. The museum is wheelchair accessible on the main, and 2nd decks, along with the gift shop. The museum is associated with the City of Sioux City, and therefore follows city regulations for accessibility.
900 Montauk Highway, Montauk, NY 11954 | (631)668-3781
According to the agency website: "Ninety-nine acre Shadmoor State Park, located one quarter-mile east of Montauk Village, features more than 2,400 feet of ocean beach accessed by two stairways. The park, named for its open, rolling geography and the shadbush that grows there, also has bluffs, freshwater wetlands that are part of the preserve, hiking trails and elevated platforms for birdwatching and enjoying the shoreline views. Visitors may picnic and saltwater fish.