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Spring Lake Park

99 West Whitney Road, Fairport, NY 14450 | 585-223-5050

Spring Lake Park offers a variety of opportunities in a beautiful setting. Park staff are working to increase physical accessibility. The paved path to the playground and restrooms helps to access these areas.

Springport Free Library

171 Cayuga Street, Union Springs, NY 13160 | (315) 889-7766

The Springport Free Library is part of the Finger Lakes Library System, serving the villages of Cayuga and Union Springs. The library is located in an historic building, which has been redesigned to improve physical accessibility. The library serves as a major hub of socialization in the village and is actively used by the school district, local citizens, and a large group of summer residents who live at two local marinas in June, July, and August. Springport Free Library serves as a source of informational resources and a community center.

SRC Arena at Onondaga Community College

4585 West Seneca Turnpike, Syracuse, NY 13215 | (315)498-2622

According to its website, “SRC Arena is a 60,000 square-foot multipurpose facility with flexible seating for 6,500 people. The arena is able to host everything from sporting and community events to national concerts and shows. The SRC Arena and Events Center is a premier facility, hosting major college and community events, the arts, Commencement and award ceremonies, athletic events and more.”

Asser Levy Recreation Center

392 Asser Levy Place, New York, NY 10010 | (212) 447-2020

New York City Parks and Recreation Department provides an extensive network of accessible and affordable recreation services throughout the city, part of which is the Asser Levy Recreation Center. The Center provides a swimming pool, a playground, fitness rooms, sport facilities, and provides several recreational and fitness programs for the public.

St. Francis Public Library

4230 S. Nicholson Ave, St. Francis, WI 53235 | (414) 481-7323

St. Francis Public Library is a small but welcoming public library. It has programming such as computer classes, movie nights, and book sales. Its main attraction is a relatively small collection of books on a range of subjects as well as multiple computers. It is targeted to adults, teens, and children.

St. John's Recreation Center

1251 Prospect Place, Brooklyn , NY 11213 | (718) 771-2787

This park and recreation center, located on Prospect Place between Troy Avenue and Schenectady Avenue in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, New York is marketed as an accessible recreation center and sits on the outskirts of St. John's Park. It is run by New York City Parks and Recreation and offers special membership pricing for individuals with disabilities. The facility has 4 floors each accessible by elevator and stairs and features an indoor pool. St. John's Recreation Center offers use of the facilities as well as special programs and activities which change seasonally. See website for detailed schedules.

St. Joseph's College Athletic Center

155 West Roe Blvd, Patchogue, NY 11772 | (631) 447-3355

The 48,250-square-foot John A. Danzi Athletic Center, opened in April 1997. The facility provides the students, faculty and staff of the college with many opportunities to enjoy athletic competition, to foster personal fitness and to engage in recreational activities. Every user must present a valid SJC ID and proof of a completed Fitness Training Tour to use the Danzi Center. A Cybex sticker will be placed on your ID upon completion of the Fitness Tour.

St. Josephs College- Hill Center

212 Vanderbilt Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11205 | 718-940-5833

Hill Center is a new 40,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility located in Brooklyn New York. This recreation facility is the first new building on St. Josephs Brooklyn campus since 1965 and was designed to meet all needs of individuals in the community. Amenities include a 270 spectator arena with NCAA-regulation basketball and volleyball courts, athletic lounges, eight full service locker rooms, aerobic/dance studio with state-of-the-art audio system, fitness center, batting cages and ping pong tables.

St. Lawrence State Park Golf Course

4955 State Highway 37, Ogdensburg, NY 13669 | 315-393-2286

According to the Agency Website: Originally owned by five area golfers as a private 9-hole club more than 75 years ago, St. Lawrence State Park Golf Course was purchased by the state in the mid 1960s. With its long, sweeping hills and pond, the course was designed to incorporate the panoramic view of the St. Lawrence River shipping channel and the Canadian shore. The vista can be seen from the fairways and from the clubhouse veranda. This 9-hole course can be played twice from different tees for an 18-hole round.

St. Nicholas Park

St. Nicholas Terrace between W. 128 St. and W. 141 St., New York, NY 10031 | (212) 408-0100

This spacious park is named for St. Nicholas of Myra. It is located at the intersection of St. Nicholas Avenue, 127th Street, St. Nicholas Terrace and 141st Street, bordering the Manhattan neighborhoods of Hamilton Heights, Manhattanville, and Harlem.

Staatsburgh State Historic Site

Old Post Road, Staatsburg, NY 12580 | (845) 889-8851

According to their website: Staatsburgh State Historic Site is the elegant country home of Ogden Mills and his wife Ruth Livingston Mills. Sitting atop a grassy hill overlooking the Hudson River and the Catskill Mountains, their house is a fine example of a great estate built by America's financial and industrial leaders during the Gilded Age (1876 - 1917). Also known as the American Renaissance, this period in American history was marked by America's rapid economic growth and emergence as a world power. Darius Ogden Mills, father of Ogden Mills, established the family fortune by investing in banks, railroads and mines. Ogden Mills, like his father, was a noted financier and philanthropist. In 1882 he married Ruth Livingston, whose family had been prominent landowners in the Hudson Valley since the 17th century. In 1890, Ruth Livingston Mills inherited her childhood home and property which had once belonged to her great-grandfather, Morgan Lewis, the third governor of New York State.

Stable Movements

18 Smith Hill Rd, Binghamton, NY 13905 | (607) 727-7602

For over a decade ,Stable Movements has been providing Recreational riding, Hippotherapy and Therapeutic Riding that produces smiles, laughter, friendship and healing. Every day for all of us at Stable Movements, we see adults and children who improve their physical, cognitive, social and emotional well being by participating in this equine environment. Our well trained and genuinely caring volunteer staff has made it possible for us to offer a unique and often life changing equine experience to many individuals in our local community..

Stadium Complex at SUNY Cortland

1 Folmer Drive, Cortland, NY 13045 | (607) 753-4229

The SUNY Cortland Stadium Complex is a state of the art, multi-purpose athletic facility located on the SUNY Cortland campus. Its two SprinturfTM fields can accommodate a variety of sporting events, including football, field hockey, lacrosse, soccer and track and field. The complex is also ideal for professional training and sports camps, intercollegiate and scholastic tournaments, and special events, such as drum and bugle coprs competitions and commencements.

Stanley Center for the Arts (The)

261 Genesee Street, Utica, NY 13501 | (31)724-1113

The Stanley center for the arts is a facility which takes time to try and accommodate people with all different kinds of needs. They have full descriptions of all of the adaptive equipment and interpreters that can be provided by the facility on their website for people to see what the need to do to request these accommodations. In all, The Stanley is inclusive facility that does a great job of showing their accessibility on their website and is willing to go above and beyond to let people with disabilities be a part of the experiences given at their facility.

Star Fitness

1385 Commerce Ave., Bronx, NY 10461 | (718) 823-2323

We are the newest and largest health club in the Bronx offering our members the largest and newest varieties of equipment available, in a 20,000 sq ft facility with soaring 30 ft ceilings.

State Theater

100 Park St., Tupper Lake, 12986 | (518) 359-3593

The State Theater in Tupper Lake, NY is a historical landmark and public gathering place located in the heart of the city.

State Theater (The)

107 West State Street, Ithaca, NY 14850 | (607) 277-8283 / (607) 280-7680 Mark Scarborough

The State Theater is located on 107 West State Street in Ithaca, New York. The Theater offers a variety of performances each season, from touring performances, to local community performances.

State Theater of Ithaca

107 W State Street, Ithaca , NY 14850 | (607) 277-8283

The State Theater of Ithaca is devoted to the inclusion of all peoples, regardless of abilities and differences.

Staunton State Park

12102 South Elk Creek Road, Pine , CO 80470 | 303-816-0912

According to the agency website: "From high grassy meadows at 8,100 feet to soaring granite cliffs over 10,000 feet, Staunton State Park's varied geology, soils, water features, and climate support rare and unexpected plant communities and a rich diversity of wildlife and provide a myriad of outdoor recreation opportunities.

Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports

35465 US Hwy 40, Steamboat Springs, CO 80477 | 970-870-1950

Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports (STARS) is an agency that provides adaptive outdoor recreation for individuals with any kind of disability ages five and up. Their mission is "to empower and enrich lives through adaptive recreational activities". Their Vision is "to provide life changing experiences for its participants". STARS Provides winter and summer programs. They also provide veterans camps. STARS is a warm and welcoming agency to all.

Steinway Branch Queens Library

21-45 31 Street, Astoria, NY 11105 | (718) 728-1965

This library offers basic library services and programs that specialize in serving young adults, immigrants, and senior adults. They offer diverse programs that reflect the community’s demographics. Programs range from tutoring services, English lessons, literary classes, and many cultural classes.

Steven's Field

West Court St. and Frederick St., Rome, NY 13440 | (315) 339-7656

According to the agency website: "Steven’s field is a neighborhood park located on the corner of West Court and Frederick Streets. It mainly serves the population from a six-block area and is open from dawn to dusk.

Stewart Park

1 James L. Gibbs Drive, Ithaca, NY 14850 | (607) 273-8364

Stewart Park is a regionally active park with several facilities including tennis courts, a playground with several play structures including a carousel, athletic fields, a duck pond, a spray pool, a municipal golf course and a bird sanctuary. Swimming is no longer allowed due to pollution and turbidity.

Stillwater Reservoir Boat Launch Site (DEC)

2593 Stillwater Rd, Lowville, NY 13367 | (518)402-8920

This boat launch is located on Stillwater Road, 28 miles east of Village of Lowville. This hard surfaced ramp provides water access to the reservoir and has parking for 30 cars and trailers.

Stillwater Reservoir Campsites (DEC)

294 Necessary Dam Road, Lowville, NY 13367 | (315)376-3521

According to the agency website: "The Stillwater Reservoir, located in the western Adirondacks, offers a multitude of recreational possibilities. They include remote wilderness camping, canoeing, boating, fishing, hunting, snowmobiling, and cross-country skiing. The area receives considerable use during each of the four seasons.

Stoneybrook Park

5600 New Colony Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23464 | 757-385-0400

The park has accessible parking, a therapeutic cradle swing, and a transfer platform.

Stony Brook State Park

10820 NY-36, Dansville, NY 14437 | 585-335-8111

According to the Park Website: Stony Brook State Park's terrain comprises hilly woodlands, a deep gorge with rugged cliffs overlooking three waterfalls and fascinating rock formations. 119 tent and trailer campsites are scattered in the woodlands above the gorge in the upper or south end of the park. Visitors can hike rim, gorge or nature trails, play tennis on park courts, or picnic. Some winter hiking is allowed, but not on the gorge or rim trails. Stony Brook now offers new "rustic" cabins. These cabins are the perfect in-between for campers who like tents and cabins. Offering protection from the elements, they sleep four, but have no electricity or water. Only $41.25 per night (2 night minimum stay required for reservations). Reservation and out-of-state resident fees also apply.

Stony Creek Fishing Access (DEC)

8040 New York 3, Henderson, NY 13650 | (315)785-2263

According to the agency website: "Stony Creek is small tributary stream that flows into Lake Ontario just south of Stony Point. A small run of wild Chinook Salmon make their spawning run from September through November. A small run of wild steelhead enters the creek in November and are present through April when their spawning season is over. Public Fishing Rights can be found along most of the creek downstream of Henderson. While this creek doesn't offer the same runs as the more popular Salmon River to the south, it can offer an alternative to the crowds that often visit that river."

Stony Kill Farm Environmental Education Center

79 Farmstead Lane, Wappingers Falls, NY 12590 | (845) 309-4949

Stony Kill Environmental Education Center offers a variety of activities and programs; including nature walks, interpretive lectures and bird watches. They offer programs for school groups, scouting groups and other organizations. With several miles of trails, a nature exhibit, fishing pier, picnic area and reference library, there is something for everyone interested in the great outdoors.

Stony Point Battle Field State Historic Site

44 Battlefield Rd., Stony Point, NY 10980 | 845-786-2521

According to the agency website: Visit the site of the Battle of Stony Point, one of the last Revolutionary War battles in the northeastern colonies. This is where Brigadier General Anthony Wayne led his corps of Continental Light Infantry in a daring midnight attack on the British, seizing the site's fortifications and taking the soldiers and camp followers at the British garrison as prisoners on July 16, 1779.