931 Stony Hill Road, Yardley, PA 19067 | 215-968-1670
Shady Brook Farm is located in Yardley, PA and is a family-friendly farm with seasonal offerings. In the Fall they have a wine concert series, a Fall Fest (includes wagon rides, corn mazes, pumpkin/apple picking, farm animals and more) and a haunted house. In the Winter they have a drive-through holiday light show and visits with Santa. In the Spring they have Easter egg hunts and a strawberry festival. Lastly, in the Summer they have sunflower festivals, strawberry festivals, and fireworks. The farm is also home to an outdoor garden center and an indoor farmers market, which can be accessed from a paved parking lot with designated parking spaces. The pumpkin, strawberry and sunflower fields are wheelchair accessible, however, the hayride is not. The parking to access the farm is housed in a large, unpaved field with no designated parking spaces, potentially making it difficult to navigate.
47 Riverside Drive, Johnson City, NY 13790-2734 | (607) 644-1190
Shamrock Athletic Center is a state of the art work out facility which provides many types of equipment for individuals of all abilities to use. The gym is very user-friendly providing participants adequate room with the very good placement of the machines, which are organized and well maintained. The gym personnel are very friendly and are willing to help with any questions or concerns. Overall the facility is a great place to enjoy a physical activity of personal choice, while establishing a healthy lifestyle.
4390 US Route 9, North Hudson, NY 12855 | (518)532-7538
According to the agency website: "The facility location is best suited for daily hiking excursions in the Adirondack High Peaks, since it is a short distance from some of the most renown or notable hiking areas in the state, and is only minutes from Exit 30 on the Route 87, Northway. Sharp Bridge Campground is located on the west shore of the Schroon River. Camping equipment from tents to 45' RVs can be accommodated. Campground offers a variety of recreational opportunities including: Canoe and boating, fishing, hiking, and bicycling."
436 Van Wyck Lake Road, Fishkill, NY 12524 | (584)897-4320 ext.10
Sharpe Reservation’s 2,300 acres is the site of the Fresh Air Fund’s five summer camps. During the rest of the year, three of the camps serve as residential facilities for school groups, serving over 10,000 children who attend to learn about the environment. Groups also make use of the Sharpe Reservation Environmental Center, Gufstation Planetarium, high and low ropes courses, and the numerous nature trails the reservation provides.
646 Main Street, Buffalo, NY 14202 | (716) 847-1410
Shea’s Buffalo Center for the Performing Arts is located in the heart of downtown Buffalo’s Theatre District. They are located on Main St. right across from where the subway emerges from the tunnel. They have a historic presence that adds to Buffalo’s architectural heritage. It is one of 2 theatres that had the interior design done by Tiffany. Shea’s Buffalo Center for the Performing Arts was built in 1 year from 1925-1926, went $1.8 million over budget, but was built in less time than was anticipated. You are sure to enjoy your evening by attending a performance at the Shea’s Buffalo Center for Performing Arts.
6903 Great View Drive n, Memphis, TN 38134 | 901-222-7275
Shelby Farms Park lies in the heart of Shelby County in Memphis, Tennessee – 4,500 acres of green space, a community treasure. The park is open sunrise to sunset each day. You can walk, picnic, paddle boat, walk dogs, cycle, play- the possibilities are endless. Shelby Farms Park also provides volunteer, youth, adult, family and educational programs!
2445 Willakenzie Rd, Eugene, OR 97401 | (541) 682-5312
Sheldon Community Center is part of two building facilities (the community center and the pool). The community center is operated by the City of Eugene Recreation Division. The building is welcoming of people of all abilities and ages. The center works closely within the recreation department to provide inclusive programs to the public. The community center and the city all work together to bring recreation services to the public however they can.
85 Golf Course Rd, Roxbury, NY 12474, Roxbury , NY 12474 | (607) 326-7121
According to the agency's website: "Shepphard Hills was originally part of the estate of Helen Gould Shepard, daughter of railroad magnate Jay Gould, a Roxbury native son. Construction of the 9-hole facility began around 1916. Upon the death of Finley Shepard, the property was deeded to their daughter, Helen Anna, and remained in the family until 1972 when it was sold to a private developer. At that time the course was leased to the Shephard Hills Golf Association becoming a membership-driven organization open to the public. Longtime Shephard Hills golfer Frank Adamiak purchased the course in 2000 and now oversees its operation.The nine-hole course offers challenging terrain with spectacular mountain views. The full service clubhouse and pro shop are located in the estate’s former guesthouse, a remarkable stone structure commissioned by the Gould family in 1911. Sheppard hills offers their restaurant, the Shephard Hills Tavern, and is open during the golf season for lunch and dinner, specializing in pub food. They also feature a full-service bar with all your favorite beers, wines and mixed drinks. The offer a 9 hole course, golf lessons, memberships, leagues and golf tournaments. Sheppard Hills also offers special events.
759 Route 13, Cortland, NY 13045 | (607) 758-8585 or (607) 758-8907
Shipwreck Mini-Golf is located on Route 13 in Cortland. The facility is home to two, 18 hole mini-golf courses: the pirate outdoor course and the indoor black light course. There is also a bounce house and play center for children ages 2-10.
1 Shove Park, Camillus, 13031 | (315) 487-3600
Shove Park is located in the Town of Camillus and is administered by the Town Parks and Recreation Department. There are many activities at the park, including a skating rink, ball fields, picnic areas, and a playground.
515 Loudon Rd, Latham, NY 12211 | (518) 783-2300
The Marcelle Athletic Complex, or "the MAC," opened in 1992 and continues to be the hot place to be on campus. Siena students work out on exercise equipment, join aerobics classes, swim in the pool, jog on the elevated track, play racquetball, squash, basketball, volleyball or take part in one of the many intramural activities.
4229 W Lake Rd., Castile, NY 14427 | 585-493-3600
According to the agency website: Silver Lake State Park provides a boat launch facility for boating and fishing on the lake. The area also has picnic facilities and a comfort station which is open year round. The upland section of the park is available for hunting in season by permit.
28 Webster Street, Box 11 , Rockland, MA 02370 | (781) 807-2117 ext. 4
Sing Explore Create! has recreation, art, and music as well as music therapy for all ages and abilities. Located in Rockland, the studio is one floor with a ramp access and one assessable parking spot. Sing Explore Create! teaches inclusive painting classes, craft classes, and multimedia classes. It offers a drumming circle class for adults with disabilities and a music class for families with children as well as music and art lesson for all abilities. The agency has adaptable items for art classes, such has adaptable brushes, a small table top canvas holder on wheels, holders for brushes that can be used to paint with ones mouth. The studio space is very large and wheelchairs can easily get through the area to the classrooms.
2050 Tilden Avenue , New Hartford , NY 13413 | 315-797-3114
According to the Sitrin Health Care Center website, Sitrin is a "preeminent health care provider, Sitrin is dedicated to providing compassionate, professional care, and continues to seek innovative solutions to meet the medical, social, behavioral, recreational, and support needs of those it serves with respect, dignity, and fiscal responsibility." Sitrin provides services such as residential-style long-term care homes, comprehensive outpatient rehabilitation facility (CORF) and diagnostic and treatment center, independent senior living apartments, Cedarbrook enriched housing and assisted living facility, five certified residences for medically complex individuals with intellectual disabilities, military rehabilitation, medical model and social model adult day health care, STARS Adaptive Sports Program, child care center, dental services, respite care, and long-term care for Huntington's Disease and ALS. SItrin also provides a wellness gym and two therapy pools that are open to both residents and the public. Sitrin is a well adapted facility with a goal of serving a wide variety of individuals.
1551 Staterville Road, Ithaca, NY 14850 | (800) 260-0612 or (607) 272-9463
Ithaca’s own winery for over 20 years, specializing in premium Finger Lakes Wines and an exclusive line of handcrafted Spirits by Battistella, including Vodka, Gin, Limoncella, and Grappa, all distilled from grapes.
3361 Tower Hill Rd., Watkins Glen, NY 14891 | (607)776-2165
According to the Agency Website: Between them, Sugar Hill State Forest and Goundry Hill State Forest comprise more than 11 thousand acres in Schuyler County. Among its many attractions is the Six Nations Recreation Trail System, primarily designed for horses and snowmobiles. The trail system traverses the hills separating the Keuka and Seneca lakes.
NYS Boat Launch Fire Ln 15, Skaneateles, NY 13152 | (518)402-8920
Skaneateles Boat Launch is located off Route 41A, 2.5 miles south of the Village of Skaneateles. This concrete ramp provides water access to the beautiful Skaneateles Lake and has parking for 35 cars and trailers.
49 East Genesee Street, Skaneateles, NY 13152 | (315) 685-5135
The Skaneateles Library is located on East Genesee Street in the village of Skaneateles. The library has joined the Onondaga County Public Library (OCPL) system, which allows patrons access to all of the books, videos, and other materials from every library in the County. As a member, you can place any of these items on hold and have them shipped right to the Skaneateles Library.
97 State Street, Skaneateles, NY 13152 | (315) 685-2266
The Skaneateles YMCA and Community Center provides a broad range of activities and programs for people of all ages. The Mary H. Soderberg Aquatics Center offers a competition pool, a water slide, a zero-depth entry leisure pool that includes Waterworks, and a large hot tub. The indoor William G. Allyn Ice Arena offers year-round skating opportunities, including open skating, hockey and ice bumper-boats. The facility also has a fitness center, several program and meeting spaces, a game room, pro shop, and concession area. The Center’s many programs include fitness classes, swim lessons, child care, and summer recreation programs. Visit the website at auburnymca.org/ to learn more about the programs and activities at the Skaneateles YMCA and Community Center.
3401 Old Vestal Road, Vestal, NY 13850 | (607) 797-9000
According to the Skate Estate website: "With a newly redesigned interior and a reconditioned exterior, Skate Estate offers its patrons the newest innovations in skating fun. Our philosophy is, our customers should have the most exciting experience that we can provide, without costing an arm and a leg. Our number one goal is to make families happy. We have tried to tailor every aspect of Skate Estate to the needs of our customers. We will continue to strive to do so for the next twenty-five and beyond. The fun never stops at Skate Estate Family Fun Center. Skate Estate has been designed to fulfill any child's need for entertainment and fun. Whether its Skating, Laser Storm, The Arcade, The Water Wiz, or Putt Estate, Skate Estate has something for everyone".
225 Ridge Street, Rome, NY 13440 | 315-337-8744/315-339-0651
Skate-A-While is a locally owned & operated roller skating rink that has been providing fun to the community for over 40 years. They are "dedicated to provide our community with the finest facilities in which to enjoy the sport of roller skating for good fellowship and wholesome recreation". With disco lights, a DJ booth, and a retro appeal, Skate-A-While caters to fun for all ages and will make you feel like you are a teenager again.
1024 Broadhollow Road (Rt.110), Farmingdale, NY 11753 | (631) 694-4666
SkyDrive Golf Center is an outstanding sports facility. The facility has 72 driving stations which are all-weather range-heated stalls that are ideal for use during winter months. The facility also has a beautiful 18-hole miniature golf course. The mini golf course is perfect for throwing birthday parties which can be catered on-site from the snack bar/restaurant.
8621-8743 Number 4 Rd, Lowville, NY 13367 | (315)785-2252
According to the agency website: "The Smith Road Campsite offer a drive-to primitive camping opportunity. Accessible features at the campsite include a privy, picnic table, tent pad and fire ring. The surface of the campsite is a firm stable surface suitable for mobility devices.
3605 Compound Road, Yorktown, NY 13060 | (914) 734-7627
Welcome to Snap Fitness of Yorktown Heights! We look forward to providing you with a fast, convenient and affordable fitness option minutes from your home.
184 Uphill Rd., Dubois, WY 82513 | 307-455-3084
For over 35 years, SOAR camps for kids with ADHD / ADD and LD have helped youth with learning differences develop self-confidence, social skills and life skills. Campers participate in exciting adventure activities such as rock climbing, horseback riding, SCUBA diving, llama treks, whitewater rafting, surfing, and much more! We are proud to be accredited by the American Camp Association.
184 Uphill RD, Dubois, WY 82513 | 307-455-3084
According to the agency website: "SOAR was founded in 1977, by an adult with a learning disability, who believed that focusing on an individual’s strengths, rather than their deficits, was critical in ensuring success. Throughout the past 35 years, our programs have been adapted around the specific needs of the ... youth we serve. Our understanding of this population is in everything we do- in the way we approach challenges and adventures, in the way we structure each day, in the way we handle conflicts, and in the way we celebrate each participant’s abilities. The SOAR community, comprised of committed instructors and motivated participants, plays an integral role in the success of each student.
Fish Creek Road, Lowville, NY 13367 | (315)376-3521
According to the agency website: "The Soft Maple Reservoir Waterway Access Site provides access to a great opportunity for smallmouth bass fishing. The site provides parking and a short accessible path designed for use with mobility devices and is suitable for launching a canoe or small cartop boat onto the reservoir. This access came about through an agreement with the power company which owns the shoreline of Soft Maple Reservoir and access roads cross Croghan Tract of the Champion Conservation Easement lands. These facilities are in the Town of Watson.
1737 Milton Avenue, Solvay, NY 13209 | (315) 488-8072
The Solvay Recreation Alley is a small town family owned business that offers open bowling as well as bowling leagues.
151 Charlotte Street, Canandaigua, NY 14424 | 585-394-4922
According to the Agency Website: Sonnenberg Gardens & Mansion State Historic Park is one of the nation's most extensively preserved country estates from the Victorian era. This 50 acre site features beautiful formal and informal gardens, a historic mansion, the Lord & Burnham greenhouse complex and beautiful views of Canandaigua Lake.Sonnenberg's magnificent Queen Anne style mansion, the former summer home of Frederick Ferris and Mary Clark Thompson, was built in 1887. The surrounding gardens were developed between 1902 and 1920 and reflect a variety of styles, including Victorian, Italian, Colonial, and Japanese influences.
640 Northern Blvd, South Abinghton Township , PA 18411 | 570-586-2111
The South Abington “Rec” Park is located at 642 Northern Boulevard, adjacent to the South Abington Elementary School. Many groups use the athletic fields for various events, such as softball, t-ball, little league practice, soccer. Basketball courts, adjusted seasonally for lights, are available. A childrens' playground, updated during the summer of 2014, is a popular feature year round, as is the Walking Trail which starts at the Basketball Court and ends at Layton Road. There are two covered bridges along this trail. The trail is used by many throughout the region, and is decorated during the holiday season along with the remainder of the Park. All dog walkers are asked to pick up a “doggie bag”, compliments of Abington Veterinary Referral Center, before you begin your walk. In the summer months, the renowned “Splash Park” is operational, weather permitting. There is also a picnic pavilion; reservations are not accepted. The Township operates on a first come, first serve basis. There are also newly installed handicap accessible bathrooms. The Park is also available to groups for events such as flea markets and car shows. The Park is open dawn through 11:00 PM, and rules are posted at the entrance.