321 East 111th Street, New York, NY 10029 | (212) 534-2661
199 E Manitou Rd., Rochester, NY 14612 | 585-225-2000
According to the Agency Website: On the east side of Braddock Bay, off of East Manitou Rd, is a 440 acre municipal park maintained by the Town of Greece. In addition to the typical town park amenities, you will find a sturdy boardwalk leading into the cattail marsh along the bay, as well as an observation platform and learning center.
Lake Ontario Parkway and East Manitou Road, Greece, NY | 585-226-2466
According to the Agency Website: The Braddock Bay Fish and Wildlife Management Area is a shallow water bay-marsh complex existing in five units along the Lake Ontario shoreline ranging from two to six miles west of Rochester. Going westerly from Rochester, these units include Buck Pond, Long Pond, Cranberry Pond, Braddock Bay and Rose Marsh. All of these ponds except Braddock Bay, are connected to the lake by intermittent channels, which plug and open up as lake currents and wave action change the character of the gravel and sand barrier bars.
105 East Manitou Rd, Rochester, NY 14612 | 585-226-5400
This dock offers both a kayak launch and fishing access. It offers beautiful natural views along with watching boats from the near by marina. The dock is floatin so it can shift slightly although it was a bit choppy the day we were there and the movement was minimal.
99 Hogan Point Road, Hilton, NY 14468 | 585-226-5400
This is a very natural area full of wild life and flora. The observation deck offers a ramped entry and there is a hard surface path throughout the area. This fishing platform is about 2/10 of a mile down the path. Then you must take a more rustic path for about 20" before you get to the dock. There are trails through the area with varying levels of accessibility; much of it dependent on level of water saturation, amount of rain etc.
W. Manitou Road at Lake Ontario Parkway , Hilton, NY | 585-226-5400
The paved path leads to a fishing dock that has a gangway to enter and low railings to fish from. Great scenery and birding in addition to fishing opportunities.
Sand Pond Road, Glenfield, NY 13343 | (315)785-2252
Branaugh Road Campsite is an accessible campsite located near Sand Pond in Lewis County. The drive-to campsite features an accessible privy, picnic table, fire ring and tent pad, with a view of Sand Pond in the secluded setting of Independence River Wild Forest.
15 Walter Avenue, Binghamton, NY 13901 | (607) 722-9540
Brandywine Bowl provides 24 lanes for open bowling and bowling leagues. The facility has a restaurant, lounge, and area for birthday parties.
6799 New York 8, Brant Lake, NY 12815 | (518)402-8920
Brant Lake boat launch is located in Warren County on Route 8, one mile northeast of the Hamlet of Brant Lake. This hard surface launch ramp has parking for 11 cars and trailers.
300 Snowy Ridge Dr., Breckenridge, CO 80424 | (970) 453-5633
For more than 40 years, Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center (BOEC) has provided life changing outdoor learning experiences to people of all abilities, providing a sense of freedom to those who are routinely excluded from outdoor activity due to a disability or special need. Whether skiing in the Adaptive Ski and Ride Program at Breckenridge or Keystone Ski Resorts, paddling the West’s great rivers, or mastering the Ropes Course, the BOEC inspires people of all abilities to discover new places, learn new skills and rekindle their spirit in the heart of the Colorado Rocky Mountains.
655 South Park Avenue, Breckenridge , CO 80424 | (970) 453-5633
"BOEC lessons are conducted on a personalized basis and include all instruction, on-hill guiding and support, specialized equipment, and a lift ticket for the student.
375 Crooked Hill Road, Brentwood, NY 11717 | (631)6675055
According to the agency website: "Brentwood State Park is a 52-acre sport facility that consists of baseball fields and soccer fields.
5 School Road, Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510 | (914) 941-6560 or (914) 941-6534
Located at 5 Van Lu Van Road (formerly School Road), the Youth Center building was donated to the Village in 1997 by the Ginsberg Development Corporation, and now serves as a safe, supervised, drug & alcohol free facility for the community's Middle School and High School aged residents.
5277 Lynnhaven Parkway, Virginia Beach, VA 23464 | 757-385-0400
This park is located off a busy roadway and the parking is quite a distance from the playground.
5207 Albright Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23464 | 757-385-0400
The playground has a ramp. The picnic table is not accessible.
1717 Ashton Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23464 | 757-385-0400
The playground has a transfer platform and a therapeutic cradle swing.
1777 Brigand's Way, Virginia Beach, VA 23453 | 757-385-0400
This is a small neighborhood park with plenty of shade. The park has an updated playground and a mini picnic shelter.
17 County Road 60, Brighton, NY 12939 | (518)327-3530
Brighton Memorial Park is a friendly area to enjoy a day outside with your friends and family. The outside area has playground equipment for children and a some grills for people to cook out. The facility provides picnic tables. Inside the fieldhouse there is a billiards table and a foosball table for the enjoyment of the visitors. Dan Spencer is the primary employee who manages the park and provides proper upkeep. He's a very approachable individual who is more than happy to help with the needs of anyone who requests it.
1868 Eden Way, Virginia Beach, VA 23454 | 757-385-0400
The playground is 378 ft from the street (parking). The edge of the transfer platform is rusted. The playground and picnic area are shaded.
481 Cooper Rd, Rochester, NY 14617 | 585.336.7267
Bristol Avenue Play Area is a small residential play area located on the corner of Bristol Avenue and Cooper Road (See Google map satellite photo). There is a small parking pull-off which does not include designated or accessible parking but allows room for 2-3 cars to park. According to the agency 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."
131 Emerick Rd, Saugerties, NY 12477 | 845-255-0752
According to the agency website: In 1967, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation transferred Bristol Beach to PIPC. This former brickyard in the town of Saugerties, 12 miles north of Kingston, became a 53-acre park.
2551 Falcon Crescent, Virginia Beach, VA 23454 | 757-385-0400
This park has a playground and picnic shelter. There is no curb cut.
11 Water Street, Brockport, NY 14420 | (585) 637-1000
The Village of Brockport has been working with Rochester Accessible Adventure to obtain and install their new accessible kayak launch. Staff are excited to have one more way of being inclusive. The Welcome Center culture is to include all and that is evident by staff attitudes, work towards accessibility and thought put into new projects. The Welcome Center is a great starting point to discover the Brockport portion of the canal way.
9 Shore Road, Bronx, NY 10464 | (718) 885-0551
Bronx Equestrian Center is a full service equestrian facility located in Pelham Bay Park.
990 Pelham Parkway South, Bronx, NY 10461 | (718)792-1800
Bronx House's mission is to enrich the quality of life in the Bronx by providing programs and services that promote understanding, interaction, and cooperation among community residents of all ages; and to serve as a community and cultural center serving people of diverse backgrounds. Bronx House does this within the context of Jewish Communal values to foster physical, mental, educational and spiritual growth.
310 East Kingsbridge Road, Bronx, NY 10458 | (718)579-4244
According to the agency’s website, “The Bronx Library Center is the largest public library in the Bronx, with extensive collections of print and non-print materials for adults, young adults, and children. It features New York Public Library’s premiere Latino and Puerto Rican Heritage Collection.
1040 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY 10453 | (718)681-6000
The Bronx Museum of the Arts, is a contemporary art museum in which through it’s permanent collection/special exhibitions and education programs, reflects the borough’s dynamic communities.. The Bronx Museum of the Arts presents new ideas and voices in a glance context and makes contemporary art a vital relevant experience. Our newly designed museum reflects our commitment to include all audiences.
2 Castle Hill Avenue, Bronx , NY 10473 | (718) 792-9736
According to the agency website: "The Bronx YMCA was created in 1977 from a merger between the Bronx-Union branch and the Westchester-Bronx branch. The Bronx-Union branch, an outgrowth of discussions between the New York YMCA and the Young Men's Christian Union (an organization delivering YMCA services in the Bronx), was established in 1904 in a converted piano factory at 149th Street and Washington Avenue. The Westchester-Bronx branch began operations in 1946. It operated extension centers in Calson Point, Fort Schuyler, Morris Park, Sound View, Throggs Neck, Union Port, and Westchester Square.
2300 Souther Boulevard, Bronx, NY 10460-1099 | (718) 220-5100
Visiting the Bronx Zoo allows you to trek past lions, storks, and zebras on a typical African savanna. Herds of gazelles share their home with nyalas and African wild dogs and giraffes eye each other across a plain. Go nose-to-nose with gorillas in a 6.5-acre swath of the rainforest that will transport you to the heart of Africa. Your Congo wildlife safari will be packed with surprises as you trek beneath the canopy of leaves, through sprays of mist, and up to treetop lookouts.Go nose-to-nose with Siberian tigers on a woodland that recreates the Russian Far East. In this showcase of the Zoo’s animal enrichment program, discover how training, toys, and foraging games help the big cats stay fit and stimulated.
3900 John Nagy Blvd. , Cleveland , OH 44144 | (216) 664-3308
Brookeside Reservation is one of the many outdoor parks that are part of the Cleveland Metroparks. The 132-acre reservation serves as a refuge for diverse wildlife in an urban setting. It is also an attractive spot for area picnickers and a resting site for walkers, cyclists and others who use the All Purpose Trail. This reservation connects to Cleveland Metroparks Zoo.