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Rubin Museum of Art

150 West 17th street between 6th avene and 7th avenue, New York , NY 10011 | 212-620-5000

The Rubin Museum of Art is a dynamic environment that cultivates learning, understanding, and personal connections to various cultures including the art of Himalayan Asia. Further, the Museum meets the standards of physical accessibility and provides events and programs that accommodate all audiences.

Russell Brook Campsite and Trout Pond Leanto (DEC)

4330 Russell Brook Road, Roscoe, NY 12776 | (518)357-2441

According to the agency website: "Russell Brook campsite is a primitive campsite located about six miles north of Roscoe, NY. This roadside site features an accessible fire ring and pit privy. The Trout Pond Access Route is a little further down the road. It is a gated route that allows access with a Motorized Access Program for People with Disabilities (MAPPWD) permit. The route leads to an accessible campsite with lean-to and pit privy.

Aruther M Phillips Memorial Trail

Gracie road, Cortland , NY 13045 | (607) 662-4632

The Aruther M pillips Memorial Trail is on Gracie Road its a small gravel pakirng lot. It offers hiking and a small pinic area. It also leads to a small area where you can view the chicago bog. The trail has steep inclines and declines which would make it hard to navigate and it is rocky which makes it not very accesible.

Rye Recreation

281 Midland ave, Rye, NY 10580 | 914-967-2535

The Recreation Department operates a number of recreational facilities and athletics fields as well it offers a variety of programs and special events throughout the year for people of all ages. Rye Recreation have activities going on all year round. Rye Recreation also has a tennis court and a playground. During the winter, Rye recreation offers computer classes, winter baseball and also runs a number of other parks.

Rye Recreation - Nursery Field

421 Milton Road, Rye NY, Rye , NY 10580 | (914) 967-2535

Nursery field is a soccer field located in Rye, NY. The route of travel from the accessible parking spots to the playing field is well lit, and is made up of a smooth concrete pathway wide enough for wheel chair access. The seating area is all grass with no seats provided. The bathroom is fully accessible. There is a vending machine on the premises.

Sacandaga Campground

1047 State Highway Route 30, Northville, NY 12134 | (518)924-4121

According to the agency website: "Situated in a stand of white pine and northern hardwoods on the Sacandaga River, this serene campground offers the camper a wide selection of fishing and hiking on nearby state lands. The campground offers a Junior Naturalist Program, a nature based program that encourages children to explore the surrounding environment."

Sackets Harbor Battlefield State Historic Site

504 W. Main Street , Sackets Harbor, 13685 | (315) 646-3634

According to the agency website: "Following the outbreak of war between the United States and Great Britain in June 1812, Sackets Harbor became the center of American naval and military activity for the upper St. Lawrence Valley and Lake Ontario. The brig Oneida, with a company of marines, was already at the harbor to suppress smuggling between northern New York and Canada. Local woodlands provided ample timber, and a large fleet was constructed at the harbors extensive shipyard. Barracks were also built for the thousands of soldiers, sailors, and mechanics who soon arrived to provide the manpower for the invasion and conquest of Canada.

Sackets Harbor Military Cemetary

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"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.”

Sacramento Neighborhood Center

8792 Sacramento Dr #E, Alexandria, VA 22309 | 703-619-2964

Sacramento Neighborhood Center is a community-based resource hub utilized to connect local community members with you and family services. The most notable service is the after school care. Sacramento features a computer lab with makerspace. This makerspace includes a 3-D printer, and designated computer technology staff. Family programs include food distribution, ESOL classes, and free public computer usage and printing. Sacramento Center is host of Opportunity Neighborhood, a program that focuses on allowing the community to advocate for themselves. If Sacramento Center doesn't offer the service, they are knowledgeable and will work to connect you with state or local resources.

Sacred Art

46 Main St., Cortland, NY 13045 | (607) 758-8288

Sacred Art Tattoo and Piercing shop provides a welcoming and kind environment for people from all walks of life. Their main focus is customer satisfaction, they are working for you! The owner and all members of the staff are always willing and able to help in any way they can.

Saddle Up!

1549 Old Hillsboro Road, Franklin, TN 37069 | 615-794-1150

Saddle Up! serves 49% male and 51% female. The riders ages range from 2-7 at 18%, ages 8-13 at 54%, ages 14-19 at 26%, and ages 20-24 at !%. The primary diagnosis served are Autism Spectrum Disorder at 33%, Intellectual Disabilities at 11%, Learning Disabilities at 1%, Mental Health Impairment at 9%, Multiple Disability at 22%,Other Health Impairments at 8%, Physical Disability at 16%, and Speech and Language Impairment at 2%.

Saddle Up! Therapeutic Riding Program

1549 Old Hillsboro Road, Franklin, TN 37069 | +1 615-794-1150

As stated on the website, “For our children, Saddle Up! provides more than just a good time. Research shows that students who participate in therapeutic riding can experience physical, emotional and mental rewards. For individuals with impaired mobility, horseback riding gently and rhythmically moves their bodies in a manner similar to a human walking gait. The rider must continuously contract and relax muscles to re-balance, improving balance, strength and flexibility. Saddle Up! is where “horsing around” really makes a difference. This experience has multiple opportunities for students to increase physical skills, social skills and communication skills. Students develop muscle strength, balance and coordination during riding. They have the opportunity to develop increased communication skills and increased positive social interaction with their riding team. The thrill of riding a horse is an accomplishment that is immeasurable to students that have difficulty with mobility, self-control and/or communication. We have watched students begin the program that could not sit upright on the horse progress to independent riding. Parents report students have increased muscle tone. Instructors report students progressing from nonverbal status to voluntary greetings and conversations with horses and riding team members” (Bass,2017).

Saddleback Butte State Park

17102 E. Ave J, Lancaster, CA 93535 | (661)946-6092, (661)727-9899

Saddleback Butte, elevation 3,651 feet, is a granite mountaintop that towers some thousand feet above the broad alluvial bottom land of the Antelope Valley about fifteen miles east of Lancaster, on the western edge of the Mojave Desert. The state park surrounding Saddleback Butte was created in 1960 to protect the butte (one of many similar land features in the Antelope Valley) and examples of native Joshua Tree woodlands and other plants and animals that were once common throughout this high desert area.

Sadie's Place - Irondequoit Parks and Recreation

75 Wahl Rd., Irondequoit , NY 14609 | 585.336.7267

Sadie's Place is a municipal playground area located in a residential neighborhood which includes street parking and a small pull off area directly outside of the playground entry area. According to the Irondequoit Parks and rec website, "A wide range of leisure-time programs are offered on a seasonal basis for residents of all ages. Facilities, owned, managed and maintained by the Bureau of Parks and the Recreation Department, are available for meetings and other activities."

Sagamore St. Park

Hunter St and Sagamore St., Glens Falls, NY 12801 | (518) 615-0446

The City of Glens Falls provides many recreation and leisure opportunities for its residents and visitors. For more information, please email the Recreation Department at recreation@cityofglensfalls.com

Sailfish Splash Waterpark

931 SE Ruhnke St, Stuart, FL 34994 | 772-320-3100

The Sailfish Splash waterpark is located in Stuart, Florida. It is a very inclusive facility with lots to offer. Some programs offered are swimming lessons, competitive swimming and diving, lounging and playing, and waterpark amenities. The staff is very mature and helpful when needed. They are a group of very skilled and knowledgeable individuals who have a very informative group of leaders to follow and look to for help whenever necessary. The facility is very flexible with the publics needs.

Salem Lakes Park

2080 Centennial Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23456 | 757-385-0400

This park features a small playground and mini picnic shelter.

Salem Lakes South Park

1933 Stillwood Lane, Virginia Beach, VA 23456 | 757-385-0400

This is a neighborhood park which includes an updated playground with multiple climbers and a mini picnic shelter. The playground has a transfer platform.

Salem Park

1848 Centennial Circle, Virginia Beach, VA 23456 | 757-385-0400

This park has accessible parking and there is a nice view of the lake. There is no shade except under the picnic shelter.

Salem Village Park

1712 Moonstone Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23456 | 757-385-0400

The playground has a transfer platform and there is a curb cut.

Salem Woods Park

1525 Salem Road, Virginia Beach, VA 23464 | 757-385-0400

This neighborhood park is located off of Salem Road and offers a playground, mini picnic shelter, paved walking trail, dog park with 2 enclosures, and open playing field.

Salmon River Falls Trail

Falls Road, Pekin, NY 13142 | (315) 298-5051

The Salmon River Falls Unique Area is a 112-acre parcel in the town of Orwell, Oswego County. It has a breathtaking 110-foot waterfall and a spectacular river gorge making it a popular site for visiting tourists.

Salmon River Fish Hatchery

2133 County Route 22, Altmar, NY 13302 | (315) 298-5051

Built in 1980, the Salmon River Fish Hatchery specializes in raising steelhead, chinook salmon, coho salmon, brown trout and landlocked salmon. Originally constructed to revive and enhance the fishery of the Great Lakes, this facility provides most of the fish for the now multi-million dollar Lake Ontario salmonid fishery. Each year this hatchery produces more than 2,000,000 fingerlings (young fish 3-5 inches long) and close to 1,000,000 yearlings (fish one year old or over).

Salmon River Fishing Platform - Port Ontario

Route 3, Port Ontario, NY 13142 | (315) 298-5051

The fishing pier is located on Route 3 in Port Ontario, just north of the intersection of Route 13 and Route 3. The designated parking space is 256' from the accessible fishing pier. There is a 3.5% sloped ramp from the parking area to the pier. The ramp is cement and 36" wide with metal pipe railing down both sides. The pier is wide and has a 35" railing on 3 sides. The railing has plenty of toe clearance and has fishing rod holders carved into it. This site is just one mile from the river's outlet into Lake Ontario and offers a different perspective than fishing at the resrvoir or along the upper stretches of the Salmon River.

Salmon River Reservoir Fishing Access

County Route 17, Redfield, NY 13437 | (315) 298-5051

Salmon River Reservoir is located at the upper end of the reservoir in the town of Redfield, off of County Route 17. This access site has an accessible fishing pier and boat launch. The designated parking spaces are 120' from the pier across a solid grass and gravel path. Many bald eagles have been sighted in the area; the fishing pier makes a great observation platform any time of year!

Salt Marsh Point Park

141 Marshview Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23451 | 757-385-0400

The playground has a transfer platform. There is accessible parking.

Sampson State Park

6096 Route 96A, Romulus, NY 14541 | 315-585-6392

According to the agency website: Encompassing just over 2000 acres on the eastern shore of Seneca Lake, Sampson State Park features camping and boating as the primary recreational activities. The park has a total of 309 campsites with 245 electric and 64 non-electric sites. The marina has just over 100 boat slips and a large multiple ramp launch site. A key feature of the park is the beautiful view of the lake at its center. Facilities include courts for tennis, horseshoes, basketball and volleyball, a swimming beach, playgrounds, and a scenic lake trail. Other popular activities include fishing, bicycling, jogging, geocaching, and nature watching. Picnic shelters are available and may be reserved for events.

San Joaquin County Parks

4520 W. Eight mile Rd, Stockton, CA, Stockton, CA 95209 |

Oak Grove park is a 180-acre park that utilizes its abundant space to provide a multitude of activities for the surrounding community. The parks allows groups to attend for a discounted rate, they do not charge those that come to assist, and the size of the park allows for inclusion but also separation, if necessary. Like almost everywhere else in California, the park was shut down for the better part of 2020 and, even with reopening, almost all of the listed activities are unavailable until our county moves to a lower tier. But when the park is fully functioning, it is a great place to recreate. Oak Grove allows for true inclusivity by giving everyone that chooses to participate the ability to be autonomous, choosing when they want to start or stop the activity of their choosing.

San Jose State Club Sports

One Washington Square, San Jose, CA 95192 | 408-924-6368

The Student Union, Inc. is a non-profit corporation, that maintains three major facilities at San José State University in downtown San José, California. These facilities are comprised of the Student Union Building, the Event Center and the Aquatic Center.

Sands Point Preserve Conservancy

127 Middle Neck Road, Sands Point, NY 11050 | 516-571-7901

The Sands Point Preserve Conservancy is a phenomenal site to visit. The staff are welcoming and extremely knowledgeable about the grounds. The best way to become informed of programming and activities is to look on their website. There are drop down menus for all events. There is also a posted calendar. The best flat paved surface to negotiate is the roadway that goes in a loop around the grounds: past Castle Gould, past the dog runs, past Hempstead House, past the playground and open grassy lawn area. In order to access Trail 5 which is the most accessible trail, it is necessary to negotiate down 2 hills of 24 degree and 21 degree slopes. The dog runs are awesome, and depending on the time of the day may be more crowded than other times.