Campus Drive, Cobleskill, NY 12043 |
The Village of Cobleskill has made an effort to include facilities for people with different abilities and needs. The preschool playground has sensory areas as well as some climbing equipment. There is shade available on the edges of the playground. Some playground equipment for school age children ages 5-12 have been updated to increase accessibility, but some of the changes are modifications to existing equipment. A new swing set and spinner were added in 2014. The pool is open late June through August and is one of the only local community pools with a lift.
Lake Avenue, Lake George, 12845 | (518) 668-5771
From the Agency Website: Located at the foot of Lake Avenue, the park has access to the lake for small, non-motorized boat launching only
26 Old Post Road, Lake George, 12845 | (518) 668-5771
According to the agency website: Lake George is steeped in history, surrounded by majestic mountains, and caressed by the waters of one of America's most beautiful lakes. Our village offers something for everyone- to swim, to relax in the parks, browse through the many shops, or be entertained by our attractions-it is truly a tourists' paradise.
124 Transfer Road, Lake George, 12845 | (518) 668-4380
From the agency website: Located at the end of Transfer Road, it was built at the site of the former Landfill. It is used by the Lake George Youth Commission for their actiivities of baseball, softball, and soccer.
Canada Street, Lake George, 12845 | (518) 668-5771
From the agency website: Located in the center of the Village it becomes the showcase for many events including regular concerts, firemen's family days, craft shows, and other similar events. The beach is open daily during the summer with lifeguards on duty. The park contains the Centennial Fountain and the Memorial of the Ethan Allen Tragedy.
Baker Ave, Middleburgh, NY 12122 | 518-827-4545
The Village of Middleburgh created Baker Ave Park on property that had been impacted by flooding and can no longer have a structure on it. The creation of a park in the community supports green space and recreational use by the community. It is within walking distance of Main Street as well as Middleburgh Central School. The park is along side of the Schoharie Creek.
Route 30 at Route 145 intersection, Middleburgh, NY 12122 | 518-827-4545
Timothy Murphy Park is located at the intersection of Routes 30 and 145 in Middleburgh NY. It is located along the west bank of the Schoharie Creek and provides creek access for those wanting to kayak and canoe in their own boats. There is a pavilion that was built on the site and picnic tables. The pavilion and the picnic area can be reserved by calling the MIddleburgh Village office during normal business hours. Because it is easily accessible from the main part of the Village and has an area for parking, this park is used for community events.
Ampersand and Broadway, Saranac Lake, NY 12970 | 518-891-0970
The Village of Saranac Lake Recreation Department provides a playground on the corner of Ampersand and Broadway street.
Route 30, Schoharie, NY 12157 |
Fox Creek is a Village of Schoharie park. The primary use is the pavilion. It is possible to walk to the creek to fish, although there are no designated fishing locations. It is also possible to walk under Route 30 to Lilly Park, but it is not accessible for those in wheel chairs or with limited mobility. There is plenty of shade. There are additional picnic tables and grills scattered around the park for people to use. Families and groups can reserve the pavilion through the Village of Schoharie office.
Fort Road , Schoharie, NY 12157 |
Lilly Park was created through the Schoharie Promotional Association after the flooding of Hurricane Irene in 2012. Work was completed by community volunteers and is ongoing. The walking trail is a loop, allowing people to travel the entire trail. The park is small and you can see most areas of the park.
275 Main Street, Delhi, NY 13753 | (607) 746-6517
Vintage Valley Farm LLC is a horse barn that currently hosts 25 horses for boarding and training purposes. Private lessons, and 1:1 sessions are provided Tuesday-Sunday from 9:00am-4:00pm. The staff is more than willing to accommodate people of all abilities whenever necessary.
717 General Booth Blvd. , Virginia Beach, VA 23451 | (757) 385-3474 (FISH)
Over 800,000 gallons of fun await you! To make the most of your self-guided Aquarium tour, be sure to visit both buildings as well as the Owls Creek Path that connects them.
550 Commercial Drive, Yorkville, NY 13495 | (315) 736-6666
For over 25 years, Vista Lounge and Lanes has been providing entertainment to residents of Central New York. Operated by former PBA member Mel Allen, the bowling center offers parties, Blasto Bowl, a Pro Shop and more! September through May, enjoy some of the best local music and Karaoke in the Vista Lounge.
N. George St. and Walnut St. , Rome, NY 13440 | (315) 339-7656
According to the agency website: "Vogel Park is located in the middle of the North George Street traffic circle in North Rome. This park was created in 1919 for use as green space and for passive use. The location of the park is in the middle of Rome's Historic District and the park itself is surrounded by numerous examples of outstanding architecture.
1247 15th Ave E, Seattle, WA 98122 | (206) 684-4075
Located in the heart of Seattle, Volunteer Park is home to the Volunteer Park Conservatory and the Seattle Asian Art Museum. The Landmarks Preservation Board designated Volunteer Park as a Seattle Landmark on November 2, 2011. This historic Olmsted Park is beloved by residents and visitors alike. This assessment describes the inclusivity of the park grounds exclusively.
9941 Starr Hill Rd. , Remsen, NY 13438 | (315) 338-7730
According to the agency website: "The Steuben Memorial honors the "Drillmaster of the American Revolution," Baron von Steuben, whose valuable wartime services have been described as being second in importance only to those of George Washington. In 1777, Steuben volunteered his services to Benjamin Franklin to advise the ill-trained American army. At Valley Forge, he converted the ragged, starving army into an effective fighting force. His program greatly increased the morale and strengthened the army. He authored the "Blue Book," which still remains a basic reference for military training and organization.
9322 State Route 414, Lodi, NY 14860 | (866) 924-6378
According to its website, “Wagner Vineyards is one of the oldest and most recognized wineries in the Finger Lakes Region of upstate New York. Centrally located on the eastern shore of Seneca Lake, Wagner’s has been one of the region’s most popular wine tasting destinations since opening in 1979. Wagner winery & brewery are open daily year round for tastings, tours and retail sales. We also have a gift shop with an impressive collection of wine & beer accessories, clothing, logo items and a bountiful selection of unique gifts.”
3369 Walden Oaks Blvd, Cortland, NY 13045 | 607-753-9452
According to the Agency Website: Walden Oaks Country Club is a full service public golf course with a private feel. We are a fully integrated 18-hole championship golf course located in Cortland, NY. Our season typically runs from the last week in March thru December.
61 Parker Avenue, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601 | 845-834-2867
According to the Agency Website: In October 2009, the Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park opened as a legacy project of the Hudson-Fulton-Champlain Quadricentennial. The park provides access to the Hudson River's breathtaking landscape for pedestrians, hikers, joggers, bicyclists, and people with disabilities. The bridge deck stands 212 feet above the river's surface and is 6,768 feet (1.28 miles) long, making it the longest, elevated pedestrian bridge in the world.
700 Harrison St, Syracuse, NY 13210 | (315) 473-4330
Walnut Park is a small park by Syracuse University. The park is divided into three sections of open space and organizations can apply to use those sections to hold events.
246 Old Walt Whitman Rd., Huntington Station, NY 11746 | 631-427-5240
According to the agency website: The birthplace one of America's great poet's, Walt Whitman, the house is an interesting example of unusual American architecture. Built c. 1819 by Whitman's father, this newly restored farmhouse is a New York State Historic Site and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The site houses historic nineteenth-century furniture, including an old schoolmaster's desk. Walt Whitman State Historic Site also features an interpretive center which includes more than 100 portraits, original letters, manuscripts, and artifacts. Additional on-site activities include guided tours, a film, giftshop/bookstore and a scenic picnic area.
2 Dwight Park Drive, Syracuse, NY 13209 | (315)453-2291
According to Agency's website: "Syracuse and Central New York's Best Hobby Shop! From radio control to model trains we carry everything you need to enjoy your chosed hobby! We'd love to see you at our shop! Stop by anytime we are open and say hello!"
County Road 55, Brasher Falls, NY 13613 | (315)265-3090
According to the agency website: "The Walter Pratt Memorial Park features two accessible campsites designed for use with camper trailers. Each site has an accessible picnic table and a shared privy. There are also two accessible picnic sites and a privy located in the day use section of the park, the picnic tables overlook the impoundment at Redwater Dam. The park is open from mid-May to October, for camping and picnicking."
4 Water Street, Walton, NY 13856 | (607) 865-4358
Walton Lanes bowling alley is public bowling facility that offers open bowling as well as organized league bowling.
687 Beaverkill Road, Livingston Manor, NY 12758 | (845)256-3083
According to the agency website: "Waneta Lake has an accessible fishing pier which offers fishing opportunities for largemouth bass, chain pickerel, yellow perch and pumpkinseeds. Waneta Lake also offers picnicking with an accessible picnic table. There is an accessible information kiosk, accessible parking and a seasonal accessible portable toilet.
Route 151, Beaverkill Road, Livingston Manor, NY 12561 | (845) 256-3064
Waneta Lake offers fishing opportunities for Largemouth Bass, Chain Pickerel, Yellow Perch and Pumpkinseeds. Waneta Lake also has a picnic area and is located within the Wilowemoc Wild Forest.
1 King Rd, Wantagh, NY 11793, Wantagh, NY 11793 | (516) 571-7460
Wantagh park is a part of Nassau county parks system created in 1961. The park has a pool, beach, gazebo, picnic tables, lighthouse, administration building, bathrooms, miniature golf course, boating dock, exercise equipment area, baseball/softball fields, tennis courts, fishing pier, locker room, fitness trail, and playground. There is public transportation to and from the park (bus/ train although buses arrive closer to the park). These options accommodate people in wheelchairs. For those who plan on going in the pool and use a wheelchair, make sure to notify staff if a hoyer (adaptive equipment to lift a person into the pool) is needed. This hoyer lifts up to 350 pounds. There are three parking lots all with accessible parking spaces. There are ramps for getting in the above ground buildings with bathrooms. There are three bathrooms, one by the pool, then the picnic area, and lastly the playground.
3728 Park Ave., Wantagh , NY 11793 | (516) 882-1314
Wantagh World Gym has been apart of Wantagh, New York since 1976 with 200 other locations. At the gym, there are locker rooms/ bathrooms, gym facility, camps and administration. There is no public transportation to this gym but does offer parking spots to assist any individual with a disability. This gym is user friendly for someone using a wheelchair, and the staff does a great job accommodating anyone who may need further assistance. World Gym offers personal training for someone with disabilities to further improve quality of life.
6914 East Lake Road, Auburn, NY 13021 | (315) 252-7644
The Ward W. O'Hara Agricultural Museum of Cayuga County features farm and home implements of all kinds that revolutionized the American way of life. Exhibit themes and topics include: harvest equipment, lumber equipment, creamery, broom making, fiber processing, feed and food processing, machinery, wagons, homestead furninshings, blacksmith and wood shop.
1100 Veterans Way, Warminster, PA 18974 | 215-443-5428
The Warminster Parks & Recreation provides information and partnership with special events and community services. Warminster Community Park oversees 420 acres of peaceful recreation areas in 13 parks. Warminster Community Park is 240 acres, with many trails. Along the trails are exercise equipment as well as a playground, basketball court, and soccer fields. Warminster Parks & Recreation recognizes the importance of recreation for everyone. Many of the facilities are barrier-free. They adapt their park to make it accessible to persons with disabilities. They welcome anyone to let them know if they have any adaptations so they can help as many people as possible enjoy the quality leisure services available.