97 State Street, Skaneateles, NY 13152 | (315) 685-2266
The Skaneateles YMCA and Community Center provides a broad range of activities and programs for people of all ages. The Mary H. Soderberg Aquatics Center offers a competition pool, a water slide, a zero-depth entry leisure pool that includes Waterworks, and a large hot tub. The indoor William G. Allyn Ice Arena offers year-round skating opportunities, including open skating, hockey and ice bumper-boats. The facility also has a fitness center, several program and meeting spaces, a game room, pro shop, and concession area. The Center’s many programs include fitness classes, swim lessons, child care, and summer recreation programs. Visit the website at auburnymca.org/ to learn more about the programs and activities at the Skaneateles YMCA and Community Center.
3401 Old Vestal Road, Vestal, NY 13850 | (607) 797-9000
According to the Skate Estate website: "With a newly redesigned interior and a reconditioned exterior, Skate Estate offers its patrons the newest innovations in skating fun. Our philosophy is, our customers should have the most exciting experience that we can provide, without costing an arm and a leg. Our number one goal is to make families happy. We have tried to tailor every aspect of Skate Estate to the needs of our customers. We will continue to strive to do so for the next twenty-five and beyond. The fun never stops at Skate Estate Family Fun Center. Skate Estate has been designed to fulfill any child's need for entertainment and fun. Whether its Skating, Laser Storm, The Arcade, The Water Wiz, or Putt Estate, Skate Estate has something for everyone".
225 Ridge Street, Rome, NY 13440 | 315-337-8744/315-339-0651
Skate-A-While is a locally owned & operated roller skating rink that has been providing fun to the community for over 40 years. They are "dedicated to provide our community with the finest facilities in which to enjoy the sport of roller skating for good fellowship and wholesome recreation". With disco lights, a DJ booth, and a retro appeal, Skate-A-While caters to fun for all ages and will make you feel like you are a teenager again.
1024 Broadhollow Road (Rt.110), Farmingdale, NY 11753 | (631) 694-4666
SkyDrive Golf Center is an outstanding sports facility. The facility has 72 driving stations which are all-weather range-heated stalls that are ideal for use during winter months. The facility also has a beautiful 18-hole miniature golf course. The mini golf course is perfect for throwing birthday parties which can be catered on-site from the snack bar/restaurant.
915 Beach Avenue, Rochester, NY 14612 | 585-226-5400
Slater Creek provides access to fishing with great views of the creek and lake. There is some erosion issues due to flooding but they are working on addressing these. There is an area for picnicing on the opposite side of the parking lot which is accessible via grass.
8621-8743 Number 4 Rd, Lowville, NY 13367 | (315)785-2252
According to the agency website: "The Smith Road Campsite offer a drive-to primitive camping opportunity. Accessible features at the campsite include a privy, picnic table, tent pad and fire ring. The surface of the campsite is a firm stable surface suitable for mobility devices.
3605 Compound Road, Yorktown, NY 13060 | (914) 734-7627
Welcome to Snap Fitness of Yorktown Heights! We look forward to providing you with a fast, convenient and affordable fitness option minutes from your home.
184 Uphill Rd., Dubois, WY 82513 | 307-455-3084
For over 35 years, SOAR camps for kids with ADHD / ADD and LD have helped youth with learning differences develop self-confidence, social skills and life skills. Campers participate in exciting adventure activities such as rock climbing, horseback riding, SCUBA diving, llama treks, whitewater rafting, surfing, and much more! We are proud to be accredited by the American Camp Association.
184 Uphill RD, Dubois, WY 82513 | 307-455-3084
According to the agency website: "SOAR was founded in 1977, by an adult with a learning disability, who believed that focusing on an individual’s strengths, rather than their deficits, was critical in ensuring success. Throughout the past 35 years, our programs have been adapted around the specific needs of the ... youth we serve. Our understanding of this population is in everything we do- in the way we approach challenges and adventures, in the way we structure each day, in the way we handle conflicts, and in the way we celebrate each participant’s abilities. The SOAR community, comprised of committed instructors and motivated participants, plays an integral role in the success of each student.
454 West Church st, Elmira, NY 14901 | 607-732-4855
Social Connections is a Peer run drop in center for individuals with a mental health diagnosis to access a safe space for recreation and leisure. A monthly calendar of groups and activities is available with a variety of recreational and leisure activities. The program also provides opportunities for day trips to various locations and hosts some educational groups as well. The staff are very welcoming and eager to assist visitors in any way that they can. Individuals looking to drop in for a tour can call ahead with any specific accessibility questions they may have.
Fish Creek Road, Lowville, NY 13367 | (315)376-3521
According to the agency website: "The Soft Maple Reservoir Waterway Access Site provides access to a great opportunity for smallmouth bass fishing. The site provides parking and a short accessible path designed for use with mobility devices and is suitable for launching a canoe or small cartop boat onto the reservoir. This access came about through an agreement with the power company which owns the shoreline of Soft Maple Reservoir and access roads cross Croghan Tract of the Champion Conservation Easement lands. These facilities are in the Town of Watson.
1737 Milton Avenue, Solvay, NY 13209 | (315) 488-8072
The Solvay Recreation Alley is a small town family owned business that offers open bowling as well as bowling leagues.
151 Charlotte Street, Canandaigua, NY 14424 | 585-394-4922
According to the Agency Website: Sonnenberg Gardens & Mansion State Historic Park is one of the nation's most extensively preserved country estates from the Victorian era. This 50 acre site features beautiful formal and informal gardens, a historic mansion, the Lord & Burnham greenhouse complex and beautiful views of Canandaigua Lake.Sonnenberg's magnificent Queen Anne style mansion, the former summer home of Frederick Ferris and Mary Clark Thompson, was built in 1887. The surrounding gardens were developed between 1902 and 1920 and reflect a variety of styles, including Victorian, Italian, Colonial, and Japanese influences.
640 Northern Blvd, South Abinghton Township , PA 18411 | 570-586-2111
The South Abington “Rec” Park is located at 642 Northern Boulevard, adjacent to the South Abington Elementary School. Many groups use the athletic fields for various events, such as softball, t-ball, little league practice, soccer. Basketball courts, adjusted seasonally for lights, are available. A childrens' playground, updated during the summer of 2014, is a popular feature year round, as is the Walking Trail which starts at the Basketball Court and ends at Layton Road. There are two covered bridges along this trail. The trail is used by many throughout the region, and is decorated during the holiday season along with the remainder of the Park. All dog walkers are asked to pick up a “doggie bag”, compliments of Abington Veterinary Referral Center, before you begin your walk. In the summer months, the renowned “Splash Park” is operational, weather permitting. There is also a picnic pavilion; reservations are not accepted. The Township operates on a first come, first serve basis. There are also newly installed handicap accessible bathrooms. The Park is also available to groups for events such as flea markets and car shows. The Park is open dawn through 11:00 PM, and rules are posted at the entrance.
13 Co Road 7a, Whitehall, NY 12887 | (518)402-8920
This boat launch is located near the universally designed South Bay Fishing Pier. Both offer wonderful fishing access in the South Bay area of Lake Champlain.
2180 Palisades, Los Osos , CA 93402 | 805-528-4169
The South Bay Community Center is a wonderful place for community members to rent for a private celebration or to attend a community event. The facility has a 6000 square foot main room with a maximum capacity of 472 people that includes a 900 square foot stage equipped with a mechanical ramp for wheel chair access. It has a full kitchen with new ovens, new counters and new refrigeration as well as a small conference room. The 3300 square feet of assembly space can be separated in to two spaces by a moveable door and rented out separately. The SBCC is owned by the community and run by a volunteer Board of Directors and completely funded on rental income and donations. It is located in the heart of Los Osos and shares the property with the Los Osos Skate Park, Tennis Courts, a playground and two other smaller venues that are for rent through the County Of San Luis Obispo. There are unobstructed continuous routes from the parking lot to each building and park.
25 Co Road 7a, Whitehall, NY 12887 | (518)897-1310
According to the agency website, South Bay Pier is " a 300- foot long universally designed fishing pier with benches and a covered area at the end... The universal design of this project benefits the community by providing seniors, families, people with disabilities and others barrier-free access from the parking area to the fishing rail. The pier has been designed to ensure that all visitors will be able to choose from a variety of places to fish through shallow water and out toward the deepest channel of the bay. Benches are provided along the pier and the covered pavilion area over the end of the pier provides shelter from the sun and inclement weather. The pier is located near an existing DEC boat launch facility which has additional parking and an accessible privy."
22 Station Road, Bellport, NY 11713 | (631)286-0818
The South Country Library is located in the Village of Bellport, in Suffolk County, on Long Island. According to their mission statement, The South Country Library is a community centered facility providing materials and services to help patrons meet their needs for personal, educational, and/or professional information. Emphasis is placed on the following roles: popular materials library; preschoolers' door to learning; reference library; formal education support center; and Community Center for activities and information. There is an Outreach Service available for patrons who may not be able to get to the library, whether it is due to a temporary or permanent disability. They offer a variety of programs, including but not limited to, concerts, games, movies, open mic nights and a variety of educational classes. It is a clearinghouse for current information on community organizations, issues, and services. Please call in advance if you require special assistance due to a disability.
45 Gilbert Street Extension, Monroe, NY 10950 | 845 782 9622
On February 5, 2011, the YMCA celebrated a historic achievement in the region when it opened the doors to the South Orange Family YMCA or ‘SOFY’ as it is affectionately called. Located at 45 Gilbert Street Extension in Monroe, this 23,000 square foot building is the culmination of years of planning and months of construction, inspired by a vision to bring a true community and family center to southern Orange County. It offers equipment for working out, a basketball court and a party/ activity room. The YMCA serves many school districts and works closely with the neighboring facility called Inspire.
Route 3, Ellisburg, NY 13636 | (315) 785-2252
Arguably the most fisherman- and fish-friendly stream in Jefferson County, it offers a menu of hideaways. Its undercut banks, foaming pockets, deep holes, windfalls, runs, and long, meandering pools combine to make it a fishy Love Boat.
1-15 Conklin Ave, Binghamton, NY 13903 | 607-772-7017
South Side Park is a small but very long park that is situated in between Conklin Ave and the Susquehanna River in the City of Binghamton. This Long strip of land serves as a green space for the community to use and is most often used for people walking their dogs. The space has some benches along the sidewalk next to the park. The park is not used for any programming but the parks and recreation department does operate programming at other parks in the city. Please see the Recreation Park assessment in the database for more information about programming with this agency.
111 East Jefferson Road, Pittsford, NY 14534 | (585)546-5500
This agency is located in Pittsford NY. It is a community center that provides a broad range of activities and programs for people of all ages and abilities. The Center offers aquatics and fitness programs and facilities, several program and meeting spaces. They offer a wide variety of services such as aquatics, swim lessons, camps, child care, health and fitness classes, sports, and activities for teens. Visit the website for the southeast YMCA for more information about programs and schedules. http://www.rochesterymca.org/locations/southeast/programs
2400 Lillipond Lane, Virginia Beach, VA 23456 | 757-385-0400
The playground has a transfer platform. A curb cut is available.
401 Southe Ave, Syracuse, NY 13204 | 315-474-6823
According to the agency's website "The SWCC provides a network of human services to residents of the predominantly African-American, low-income neighborhood of southwest inner-city Syracuse through special events, outreach efforts, prevention, intervention, employment and educational services, support, peer, and mentoring groups, and collaborative programs, people throughout the city interact with and benefit from agency services."
230 Lincoln Ave (at Clover), Syracuse, NY 13207 | (315) 473-4330
According to the department website: "Southwest Pool is a 25 yards long, six lane indoor pool with a shallow end tier and stairs", accessible to those who use wheelchairs. "The pool is heated to 84-86 degrees. The water ranges from 3 feet 6 inches to 12 feet deep with a 3 foot 10 inches minimum* height requirement for children. Southwest Pool does NOT follow the City of Syracuse school district schedule and does NOT close when the city schools close."
12521 S. Kostner Avenue, Alsip, IL 60803 | 708-389-9423
Southwest Special Recreation Association's (SWSRA) facility is located inside of the Apollo Recreation Center. SWSRA is an organization dedicated to providing recreation to individuals with disabilities. SWSRA is a part of Alsip's eight park districts, and many programs/events are held at different facilities in the districts. Other programs/events are held inside of the Apollo Recreation Center, using their amenities. Private agency transportation to other recreation facilities is provided through SWSRA. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, SWSRA's office is closed and its usual programs are not running this summer. The measurements I have provided are the areas that are accessible to the public as of right now. As restrictions ease, a more in-depth assessment will be done to the additional amenities/facilities SWSRA uses inside/outside the Apollo Center.
2919 N Litchfield Rd, Goodyear, AZ 85323 | (623) 935-5193
The Y is for EVERYONE. The Valley of the Sun YMCA is not only one of the oldest nonprofits in the state of Arizona, we are also one of the largest. Born in 1892, before Arizona became a state, we serve over 100,000 families and are located in 17 communities across the state.
8119 Southwicks Place, Henderson, NY 13650 | (315)846-5338
According to the agency website: "Southwick Beach State Park is spacious and popular, known for outstanding swimming and sunning on its long sandy beach. Campers and day-users enjoy picnicking, hiking and games on the playing fields. The park is adjacent to the Lakeview Wildlife Management Area, home to the environmentally-sensitive coastal sand dunes. Park nature, hiking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails adjoin the wildlife management area and its trail system, which visitors are encouraged to use. During the winter, snowmobilers are permitted in the park. Deer hunting is allowed south of the park entrance in season."
24 West Main Street, Dryden, NY 13053 | (607) 844-4782
The Southworth Library in Dryden is a comfortable space that is welcoming and soothing. The staff at the front desk are kind and helpful. The library provides assistance when needed. Patrons with requests are asked to contact the library with any inquiries. In the modern section of the library there are tables and chairs of different sizes. The older, more historic section of the library is more suitable for a person looking for increased quiet and solitude.
500 West Onondaga Street, Syracuse, NY 13205 | (315) 475-9164
Come enjoy your massage along with spa treatments, a therapeutic Jacuzzi hot tub, yoga classes, and a redwood dry sauna. The building is like nothing you've ever seen - its' elegant woodwork, stained glass, and Victorian craftsmanship surround you and help you relax from the moment you enter. This beautiful mansion, built in the 1880's, is located in Downtown West, at 500 West Onondaga Street, just three blocks from downtown Syracuse, just down the hill from Syracuse University, and within minutes of I-690 and I-81. It is convenient to the Strathmore area, Armory Square, and Tipperary Hill. Parking is free and plentiful.