Johnsburg, NY 12843 | (518)897-1310
According to the agency website: "The Siamese Ponds Wilderness (SPW) is one of the larger Wilderness designated areas in the Adirondack Park. It extends some 24 miles north and south and 18 miles east and west and contains approximately 46,138.43 hectares (114,010.1 acres) of Forest Preserve lands. Associated with the SPW are the Dug Mountain, Forks Mountain and Chatiemac Primitive Areas. During the early part of the nineteenth century, logging became an important industry in the region, and most of the Wilderness was heavily cut over. Devastating fires at the turn of the century continued to significantly impact this natural resource.
2180 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10029 | (212) 860-1363
Although only a few blocks long, this friendly neighborhood park is packed to the brim with things to do. On busy days, runners circle the track while groups of friends shoot hoops, hit balls, and take advantage of the baseball and handball courts. The small recreation center on its grounds offers a fitness room, exercise equipment, and classes for those looking for a good workout.
Watertown, NY 13601 | (315)785-7775
According to agency website: "Watertown 's historic Thompson Park serves as a central gathering place for a variety of community uses, events and for visitors to the City. The Park is an Olmstead Park and rich in activity and scenic trails. The Park is home to the local Zoo where one can see a collection of animals that are native to the area. The Park has:
261 Lake Road, Pine Plains, NY 12567 |
The Nature Conservancy is a conservation organization that offers its protected lands to the public for outdoor recreation.
Thornden Park Dr, Syracuse, NY 13210 | (315) 473-4330
Thornden Park is a 76-acre park located next to the Syracuse University Campus. The Haskin family originally purchased it in 1854 as farmland. In 1873, Major Alexander Davis acquired the land and planted shrubs and a variety of vegetation that is still present today. The city purchased the land in 1921 and has added such features as the E. M. Mills Rose Garden, the pool, and the amphitheatre. The park is a popular place for runners and walkers as well as those who want to play any type of recreational sport in the many open areas. It is also well known for its excellent views and many special events that often feature the spectacular Rose Garden.
Thornden Park Drive, Syracuse, NY 13210 | 315-443-9343
The Thornden Park Monday Mile is on a pedestrian path that is located on the inner loop of Thornden Park Drive. The path is approximately 4 feet wide. The loop has significant elevation changes. The path goes past attractions such as the park's swimming pool, playground, outdoor amphitheater, rose garden and lily pond. At the time of this assessment, the Start/Finish sign was missing from the trail head. There is a public restroom along the loop that is seasonally available. The park is located between Syracuse University and the Westcott neighborhood. Maps of the Monday Mile route along with turn-by-turn directions are available on the agency website.
8787 New York 12E, Chaumont, NY 13622 | (518)402-8920
According to the agency website: "The Three Mile Bay Waterway Access Site...provides additional access to Chaumont Bay on Lake Ontario. This access site, which is located on State Route 12E in the hamlet of Three Mile Bay, Town of Lyme, in Jefferson County, features a single-lane concrete launch with a floating dock. Parking accommodates six vehicles with trailers and 9 additional vehicles."
8898 Smokey Hollow Rd, Baldwinsville, NY 13027 | (607)775-2687
According to the agency website: "The Three Rivers Wildlife Management Area was christened "Three Rivers" because of its proximity to the junction of the Seneca and Oneida Rivers which form the Oswego. The area is situated in Onondaga County about 18 miles north of Syracuse between Baldwinsville and Phoenix. Interstate 690 and NYS Route 48 provide easy access to the area. To reach Three Rivers WMA take Sixty Road out of the Village of Baldwinsville or Route 690 to Route 48 turning right on Kellogg Road. The 7½ topographic maps covering the area are Baldwinsville and Lysander."
55 Ferris Street, Corning, NY 14830 | (607) 936-2400
A charter school of Master Ken Kuaek’s USA Masters Academy. The agency teaches and offers programs in self-defense, Tai Ji, Tae Kwondo and competitive competition.
200 N. Levitt St., Rome, NY 13440 | (315) 339-7656
According to the agency website: "Liberty Gardens/Thron Park is a neighborhood park located at 200 North Levitt Street.
1851 South Dixie Drive , St. George, UT 84790 | 435-627-4500
Designed as a dinosaur-themed park, its overall design will cater to all children and adults alike. There are many places to stay in the shade and beautiful gardens to walk around. The All Abilities Park and Playground is a unique and premier all-abilities parks , the cost to ride the train is minimal and the overall design is inclusive. The environment fosters socialization between people with disabilities and without disabilities. Staff are are valued members of the community that have an array of abilities and disabilities. The hope is that when children start interacting and spending time together, understanding and appreciation will take place. There is a wheelchair-accessible train, sandbox, and ways to interact, compete and play along side other children of all abilities. Service animals are welcome but pets are not.
292 Fort Ti Rd, Ticonderoga, NY 12883 | (518)402-8920
Ticonderoga boat launch is located on Route 74 at Ticonderoga Ferry. This hard surfaced ramp provides water access to Lake Champlain and has parking for 52 cars and trailers.
9988 Wehrle Dr., Clarence, NY 14031 | (716)372-0645
According to the Agency Website: Tillman Road Wildlife Management Area is a wet lowland with an emergent marsh, open water, grassy fields, a deciduous swamp and hardwood forest. Walk the boardwalk during the spring and summer and listen to a serenade of song from seven different species of frogs.Two hiking trails and a self-guided nature loop trail provide access, and a boardwalk with a viewing platform is located at the Bergtold Road entrance.
Route 89, Savannah, NY 13146 | (585)226-2466
The Tim Noga Memorial Youth and Universally Accessible Blind is located within the Northern Montezuma Wildlife Management Area. The hunting blind was designed to provide youth and people who have disabilities with an accessible area to hunt and view the area’s abundant wildlife.
New York 91, Tully, NY 13159 | (607)674-4017
This trail leads from the parking lot through the woods for a quarter mile to the beautiful Tinkers Falls
201 Erie Street, Owego, NY 13827 | (607) 687-0690
The Tioga County Boys and Girls Club provides a safe place for kids to play, learn and have fun. For over 60 years, deticated staff has provdied year round programs, facilities and experiences to kids and community members.
No street address, Raquette Lake, NY 13436 | (315) 354-4101
According to the agency website: Tioga Point is a primitive campground with no potable water. It is accessible by boat only. There are picnic tables, fireplaces, outhouses,15 lean-to's, and 10 tent sites.
85 North Main Street, Suite 110, White River Junction , VT 05001 | 802-280-1700
Tip Top Pottery is a creative arts and craft studio located in downtown White River Junction, Vermont. They offer classes and independent work time in pottery, painting, felting, and other creative arts. They host birthday parties, adult paint and sip night programs, and offer summer camps for youth in the area. From the website:
750 Mary Street, Clayton, NY 13624 | (315) 686-4104
Where can you tour a magnificent 106' historic houseboat, row an elegant St. Lawrence skiff, take a thrilling triple-cockpit runabout ride, explore fascinating exhibits about the legendary 1000 Islands and see more than 100 historic pleasure boats on display, all in the same day? The Antique Boat Museum, of course, home of North America's original antique boat show and auction.
240 East 109 Street, New York, NY 10029 | (212) 860-5837
Formerly Jefferson Park Junior High School 117, this conglomeration of education programs was renamed in honor of the musical great Tito Puente in 2004. The complex includes four middle school programs, one elementary school program, and one special needs school with a total of 1.010 students. The complex combines arts and education, and therefore is appropriately named after a great Puerto Rican musician who was also an educator. One of the programs is called the Tito Puente Academy for the Performing Arts.
215 Johnson Road, Malone, NY 12953 | (518)483-3740
According to agency website: "In this modern era of mega-resorts and mega-prices, Titus Mountain remains committed to welcoming all of our guests with a very special Snow Sports experience. Adirondack beauty! Affordable! Safe! Fun! That’s what Titus Mountain is all about. Short lift-lines. Un-crowded slopes. Good food. Magnificent grooming. Friendly staff. Low, low prices. This year, join us at Titus Mountain and discover a unique & timeless Adirondack way to savor winter!"
Shaw Road, West Monroe, NY 13167 | (315) 426-7448
Toad Harbor is a small community located on the northern shore of Oneida Lake in Oswego County. Toad Harbor fishing access pier is not on Oneida lake, but on an inlet of the lake. The fishing platform at this location is accessible and located on a shaded cove. There is a large open area provided for parking. There is no restroom or port-a-john at this location.
198 N Washington St., Rome, NY 13440 | (315) 339-7656
According to the agency website this is one of several passive parks in the City of Rome. Picnics, walking, and other such activities are permitted.
170 North Street, Dryden, NY 13053 | (607) 844-8222
Facility is socially and physically accessible. Accomodations are made as needed. Individuals with disabilities and disability organizations often use the facility. Contact the agency for more information on membership and open hours.
17 North Street, Dryden, NY 13053 | (607) 844-8222
The center is very accessible, both socially and physically to people of all abilities. Individuals with disabilities and disability organizations often use this facility. The facility is open to the community with a membership. Contact the facility for more information regarding membership fees and hours of operation.
170 North Street, Dryden, NY 13053 | (607) 844-8222
The TC3 library supports learning and information needs of the the TC3 college community by acquiring, organizing, and maintaining knowledge resources and by providing assistance and instruction in the use of those resources.
170 North Street, Dryden, NY 13053 | (607) 844-8222
The TC3 pool is open for family swims, lap swimming, college swims (TC3 students only), water aerobics and swim lessons.
170 North Street, Dryden, NY 13053 | 607-844-8222 ext 4450
The student center is a facility where students come to break free of the other areas of campus. They have activities to help the students keep their minds off other aspects of college life. They provide transportation services for students with disabilities to and from the student center. The student center helps to prepare students for what is beyond TC3 and gets them ready for the rest of their lives. TC3 is a diverse campus whom welcomes students of any background. They pride themselves on being a diverse college using resources such as the diversity council.
101 E Green Street, Ithaca, NY 14850 | 607 272 4557
The Tompkins County Public Library is a very open and welcoming space for everyone. Whether someone needs to use a computer or check out a book, the staff is there to help to the best of their ability. There is only one floor to the building, so overall it is physically accessible. The organization is not designed with a focus on inclusion, but there is a lot of progress going on behind the scenes. The staff members are exceptionally accommodating and willing to do as much as they can to help the local community.
Tooley Pond Road, Colton, NY 13625 | (315)265-3090
According to the agency website: "Tooley Pond is a remote waterway in the southeastern Town of Clare that is popular with local campers and canoers. The waterway access, picnic and camping site, renovated in 2011, features an accessible path to the water's edge and designated accessible parking, along with an accessible tent camping site across the road. The campsite features a new accessible privy, a large area with a hardened surface, and an accessible picnic table with a great view of the pond."