31 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains, NY 10601 | (914) 428-4220
Westchester Arts Council, the county's link between the arts, business and culture, was established in 1965 as a private, not-for-profit program organization. It is the county's designated arts council and the largest of its kind in New York State. In partnership with Westchester County Governement, municipal governments, and business and community leaders, the Arts Council works to weave the arts into the fabric of Westchester life, strengthen the county's cultural institutions, and enrich the quality of life for all of Westchester's residents. The Arts Council's underlying belief is that the arts are for everyone, whether in a school or in a concert hall. The Arts Council partners with over 100 arts groups and more thatn 150 artists to bring the arts into schools, senior centers, daycare sites, after-school programs and mental health facilities.
One Broadway Plaza, Elmsford, NY 10523 | (914) 592-2222
The Westchester Broadway Theatre offers theatrical plays, vocal groups, bands, comedy nights and children's theatre throughout the year.
Route 3, Henderson, NY 13650 | (315)938-5083
According to the agency website: "Westcott Beach State Park is a popular day-use and camping park on Lake Ontario, with rolling, wooded hills and open, grassy meadows sheltered by Henderson Bay. It offers restful campsites located on a bluff, from which the view is spectacular. A small marina is adjacent to the long, sandy beach to accommodate anglers interested in Lake Ontario's excellent black bass fishing. The park also has a children's playground, picnic areas and hiking trails that do winter duty for cross-country skiing."
826 Euclid Avenue, Syracuse, NY 13210 | (315) 478-8634
We are a community center that seeks to serve not only the local Westcott area, but the entire metropolitan Syracuse area.
10455 Sheridan Blvd., Westminster, CO 80020 | 303-658-2192
Westminster City Park is an outdoor attraction that is freely open to the public and sits approximately 16 miles northwest of Denver, Colorado. In this 205 acre park you will find accessible picnic pavilions, a playground, a small lake, soccer fields, baseball/softball fields, 18-hole disc golf, a skate park, an accessible multi-use trail, access to the Big Dry Creek Trail, and a beautiful view of the Rocky Mountains.
72 Champlain Ave, Westport, NY 12993 | (518)402-8920
Westport Boat Launch is located on Route 22 in the Village of Westport. This hard surfaced ramp provides water access to Lake Champlain and has parking for 35 cars and trailers.
9650 Foothills Canyon Boulevard, Highlands Ranch, CO 80129 | 303-791-2500
This spacious high-ceiling rec center has state of the art equipment, an indoor lacrosse/soccer turf field with dasher boards, a cycling studio, outdoor tennis courts and batting cages. In the summer the zero depth entry outdoor 'whale' pool is a favorite with the kids.
4523 State Route 30, Saranac Lake, NY 12983 | (518)402-8920
Whey Pond hand launch is located within Rollins Pond Campground. There is a trail from the parking lot that provides access to the hand launch.
Robert Moses State Parkway, Niagara Falls, NY 14303 | (716)284-4691
According to the agency website: "Whirlpool State Park has two levels -- the street level has many scenic overlooks with spectacular views of the Whirlpool and rapids. There are picnic facilities and a playground, as well as the gorge natural history room at the restroom building; both are open seasonally. The river level offers hiking and fishing by taking the staircase located just downstream from the main park area. At the base of the gorge, you can hike upstream along the Whirlpool Rapids Trail past the Whirlpool to a point along the Whirlpool Rapids. You can return to this staircase to exit the gorge, or take the Devil's Hole Trail downstream to the Devil's Hole staircase to the top of the gorge at Devil's Hole State Park."
763 Butternut Street, Syracuse, NY 13028 | 315-435-3519
This agency is a typical library setting. There are many books, movies, and audio tapes available for all ages. The parking leads to a ramp that leads to the childrens room and the rest of the library is visible from that point. There is a downstairs with computers and an upstairs with quiet study rooms that are both accessible by elevator.
White Pond Multiple Use Area, Carmel, NY 10512 | (845)256-3000
According to the agency website: "White Pond Multiple Use Area contains 276 acres, 125 of which include White Pond. There is a trail which runs from the parking lot on White Pond Road and ends at the road at the other end of the pond.
5021 Route 86, Wilmington, NY 12997 | (518)946-2223
5465 New York 26, Whitney Point, NY 13862 | (518)402-8920
Whitney Point Boat launch is located in Dorchester Park off Route 26, 1 mile north of the Whitney Point Reservoir Dam. This hard surface ramp provides water access to the Whitney Point Reservoir and has parking for 40 cars and trailers.
Back Rd, Peru, NY 12972 | (518)897-1291
According to the agency website: "Wickham Marsh Wildlife Management Area encompasses 862 acres along County Route 17 (The Back Road) in the Town of Chesterfield, Essex County. Land purchases for this management area commenced in 1950 with the acquisition of 176 acres from the Watson Estate and were completed in 1970 with the additions of 136 acres from Loyola Villa and 370 acres from the Mattig Corporation.
W. Thomas St. and W. Bloomfield St., Rome, NY 13440 | (315) 339-7656
According to the agency website: " Wiggins Park is a half-acre park located at the intersection of West Thomas Street, Lee Street and West Bloomfield Street.
45 Museum Drive, Tupper Lake, NY 12986 | (518) 359-7800
The Wild Center is a not-for-profit organization overseen by the Museum's Board of Trustees with the assistance of its Advisory Board. The Museum is located on a 31-acre site in the Town of Tupper Lake, NY near the geographic center of the Adirondack Park. The Adirondacks are unique in the world. Surrounded by people, they house great expanses of nature interspersed with small towns and communities. They can be an example for a future where man and the rest of the natural world find better ways to coexist.
William C Whitney Headquarters Rd, Long Lake, NY 12847 | (518)897-1200
According to the agency website: "The 19,500-acre William C. Whitney Wilderness and the 11,430-acre Round Lake Wilderness Area are part of the Adirondack Forest Preserve. The two wildernesses are separated by the Sabattis Road. Combined, the wildernesses comprise more than 30,000 acres of numerous flat, low lying lands adjacent to low, rolling hills with only a few mountain summits exceeding 2,100 feet, including 2,170-foot high Mt. Frederica. Water is the main feature of the wildernesses. There are four larger water bodies - 2,300-acre Little Tupper Lake, 1,400-acre Lake Lila, 740-acre Round Lake and 282-acre Rock Pond; a number of smaller water bodies and many miles of streams connecting them.
5252 Learning Circle, Virginia Beach , VA 23462 | 757-385-2950
The Williams Farm Recreation Center is a new state of the art facility that goes beyond the idea of a community recreation center. This center is home to many programs and activities that any age, gender, and ability can take part in. It also offers a wide variety of accessible amenities and inclusion practices. If there is an ability that can't benefit from all the center has to offer at the site, then call before hand and the therapeutic recreation department will be happy to assist with your visit.
1120 Hillsboro Road, Franklin, TN 37064 | 615-790-5719
This agency offers a wide range of facilities, programs, and equipment to welcome all individuals to be able to make use of any of the exercise programs and equipment, parks, pools, trails, and classes. There are also art classes, dance classes, athletic leagues, and special events available to the community on a regular basis. The staff is very willingly to make adaptations and help to make things more accessible and inclusive. There is specialized programming for children, seniors, and individuals with disabilities different groups of people and generalized programming available to all individuals.
7250 Nolensville Rd, Nolensville , TN 37135 | (615) 786-0200
This agency offers a wide variety of activities for people of all abilities. At the Nolensville recreation center there is a fitness area, group exercise classes, dance classes, a pool, and art classes offered. In addition, there are specialty programs offered for seniors, and people who intellectual and developmental differences. The staff at the Nolensville facility are more than willing to aid with inclusion when asked.
3267 NYS Route 215, Cortland, NY 13045 | (607) 756-7382
Willowbrook Golf Course offers 18 challenging holes with a Clubhouse that offers a café/concession, bar, and observation deck that overlooks the golf course. Willowbrook has been family owned and operated for over 75 years and is located in the beautiful Finger Lakes Region. Staff are always available and eager to assist in any way possible, including making accommodations for people with disabilities.
73 Boat Launch Rd, Willsboro, NY 12996 | (518)402-8920
Willsboro Bay boat launch is located on County Route 27 on the east side of the bay, 3 miles north of the Village of Willsboro. This hard surfaced ramp provides water access to Lake Champlain and has parking for 100 cars and trailers.
4953 NYS Route 86, Wilmington, NY 12997 | (518)946-7172
According to the agency website: "Wilmington Notch is located beside the Ausable River and accommodates fishermen looking to challenge the rapids in search of a great catch. Olympic Whiteface Mountain is on the other side of the river and offers a gondola ride to the summit with a great view for miles. Lake Placid Olympic Village is a short 8 miles from this campground offering unlimited attractions. The campground is situated in a birch and pine grove at the base of Whiteface Mountain."
Wilson Hill Causeway, Wilson Hill, NY | (518) 769-8663
The Wilson Hill Boat Launch is a public, state owned and operated boat launch facility located on the corner of Route 131 and the Wilson Hill Causeway in Wilson Hill, New York. There is limited staff available for assistance at this location. Accessible restrooms are available, as well as accessible parking spaces.
1117 S. McBride Street, Syracuse, NY 13202 | (315) 473-6828
School Year Hours: Mon-Fri: 2pm - 7pm
3371 Lake Road, Wilson, NY 14172 | (716)751-6361
According to the agency website: "Wilson-Tuscarora State Park is a well-preserved natural area for many varieties of plants and wildlife, encompassing 476.5 acres of mature woods, open meadows and marshland. Tuscarora Bay, divided from Lake Ontario by a strip of land called "The Island," has a boat launch and emergency storm shelter docks. The park's four-mile nature trail is also used for hiking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. Fishing for many varieties of pan fish and game fish, from boats or from shore, is extremely popular. Picnickers can enjoy scenic views of the lake while children play in the playground."
789 Myrick Park Drive , La Crosse , WI 54601 | 608-782-2494
The Myrick Park Center is nestled into a beautifully unique location showcasing La Crosse’s blufflands, wetlands, woodlands, and native prairies. Discover a state-of-the-art nature center that hosts year-round environmental education as well as the ultimate venue for weddings, parties, and corporate events. A comfortable location for both outdoor enthusiasts and those who enjoy being indoors with a gorgeous view. You can reserve one room, multiple rooms, or the entire facility. The facility site has many trails, outdoor areas and fun activities in nature.
860 Hard Road, Webster, NY 14580 | (585) 347-1661 or (585) 341-4600
Type of Site: Inclusive Community Center and CDS Agency Headquarters
820 Comstock Ave, Syracuse, NY 13244-5040 | 315-443-4386
The Women's Building is just one of many different recreation facilities available to both Syracuse University and SUNY ESF students, faculty, and staff. The building has multiple levels of different activities and is often used to host physical education and exercise science classes. The Syracuse University Women's Varsity Volleyball team practices and holds games in the gymnasium on the second floor. The basement is a temporary office space that is often changing depending on who is occupying it. In order to get to the basement, there is no other way to get there but the stairs. There is an elevator, but it will not take you that far down.
136 Fall Street, Seneca Falls, NY 13148 | (315) 568-0024
The park consists of four historical properties and a state-of-the-art visitor's center. Start at the visitor's center where you can view our inspirational film and exhibits. Continue to the Wesleyan Chapel and imagine being a participant at the first women's rights convention. Take a tour of the Elizabeth Cady Stanton home where she raised seven children and did extensive networking to create a reform movement. In nearby Waterloo, the restored home of Thomas and Mary Ann M'Clintock is open to the public during the summer. Site of the planing for the first women's rights convention, the M'Clintock House contains exhibits about the family's Quaker faith and their work in anti-slavery and women's rights. The home of Richard and Jane Hunt is also in Waterloo. It is open to the public only on special occasions.