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Astoria Bowl

19-45 49th Street, Astoria, NY 11105 | (718)274-1910

Astoria Bowl (formerly known as Maric Lanes) is a bowling facility that provides recreational services for all people in the community. They are also an organization that collaborates with local schools and churches. They have a wonderful staff that is extremely enthusiastic and serious about what they do. Please call ahead for any specific requests.

Astoria Park

Astoria Park South, Astoria, NY 11102 | in NYC dial 311, outside of NYC, dial 212


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Storm Baseball Academy

45 Chery Valley Ave, West Hempstead, NY 11552 | (516)481-2255

Storm Baseball Academy is committed to providing programming in all things baseball including camps, clinics, and organized teams for ages 7-18. Every participant is valued and considered an integral part of the success of the agency, this is why the academy make it a point to accept anyone who comes through the door. The mission of the academy is to enrich the lives of all youth that come to the agency through baseball.

Storm King State Park

Mountain Road, Cornwall-On-Hudson, NY 12520 | (845)786-2701

According to the agency website: "Storm King State Park offers unsurpassed views of the Catskills and the Hudson Valley. Hikers and hunters enjoy this undisturbed green space. Park is undeveloped. There are no toilets and limited parking."

Stotzky Park - Managed by Town of Riverhead Recreation Dept.

55 Columbus Ave, Riverhead, NY 11901 | ​(631) 722-4444

Stotzky Park, located at 55 Columbus Avenue, Riverhead NY is a 12-acre park managed by the Town of Riverhead Parks and Recreation Department. Park amenities include lighted softball fields, little league/baseball fields, tennis courts, a playground, picnic area, handball courts, lighted basketball court, skate park, lighted street hockey rink, multipurpose fields (soccer/lacrosse/field hockey/football), "Duke" dog park, bocce court, horseshoe pits, concession stand, lighted fitness trail w/stations, three restroom facilities, ample parking, and an exercise park. The mission of the Town of Riverhead Parks & Recreation Department is to enrich the lives of residents through diverse, affordable programs and special events, for people of all ages; as well as provide safe, friendly parks, beaches and community centers for everyone to enjoy.

Strand Movie Theater

3092 Main Street, Old Forge, NY 13420 | (315)369-2792

Originally built in 1923, the Strand opened as a silent film theatre with a single screen. Through the years the owners have updated it to add more theaters and do renovations of the main theater. In addition to movie showings, there is a informal museum portraying different aspects of the history of film. If you are in the Old Forge area, the Strand is definitely a place to visit.

Strawberry Fields Farm

681 Hoy Road, Cortland, NY 13045 | (607) 756-1814

Strawberry Fields Farm is not a therapeutic riding center however the owners and trainer at the barn have been teaching students with autism for the past couple years and are looking into expanding their horizons. These students are included in the regular program and take part in the activities that the SUNY Cortland Equestrian Club puts on for the kids at the barn. Respect is the number one value that all participants are required to uphold.

Strawbridge East Park

1921 Lewisham Way, Virginia Beach, VA 23454 | 757-385-0400

The playground has a transfer platform. The picnic table is not accessible. There is no curb cut.

Strawbridge Park

2301 Hunts Neck Trail, Virginia Beach, VA 23456 | 757-385-0400

The playground has a transfer platform. The picnic table is accessible. No shade except under the picnic shelter.

Strike 10 Lanes

849 Long Island Avenue, Deer Park, NY 11729 | (631) 667-7750

Strike 10 Lanes is a bowling alley which offers kids' parties, a sports bar & grill, plus adult, teen & family bowling leagues.

Strive NYC

330 East 59th Street Front A, New York, NY 10065 | 212-486-6966

Strive Gym offers a diverse array of exercise equipment. Staff members are friendly and always willing to assist you in familiarizing yourself with the exercise machinery. Helping people meet their personal goals is the facility owner's mission. Additionally the facility is cleaned routinely cleaned to extremely high standards.

Strong Memorial Hospital

601 Elmwood Ave, Rochester , NY 14642 | 585-275-2100

Strong is an award-winning hospital accommodating approximately 886 acute inpatients and over 39,000 annual admissions. Strong serves patients’ needs as both a community hospital delivering traditional and established medical care services along with highly specialized and advanced medical treatments. True to its heritage, Strong continues to strive for innovative, transformational care that defines Medicine of the Highest Order. Strong Hospital improves the well-being of patients and communities by delivering innovative, compassionate, patient- and family-centered health care, enriched by education, science, and technology. Staff members are trained to serve all patients with various disabilities and various medical problems. Strong offers recreational therapy services.

Strong National Museum of Play

1 Manhattan Square, Rochester, NY 14607 | (585)263-2700

According to the agency website: "The National Museum of Play® is the only collections-based museum in the world devoted solely to play!

Student Athlete Facility, Sun Devil Stadium

555 E Rio Salado Pkwy, Tempe , AZ 85281 | 480-965-3482

The Student Athlete Facility (SAF) serves as the home to the Arizona State Football program and its supporting staff. While the Facility provides students with multiple resources for student athlete success such as a lockers, weight rooms and a dining hall it also serves as a ADA entrance to Sun Devil Stadium, on the first and third floor ASU football trophies and awards are on display for the public's enjoyment. The SAF provides individuals with disabilities a inclusive facility for the enjoyment of football and other student athletics.

Sugget Park

Homer Ave. and Madison St. , Cortland, NY 13045 |

Suggett Park is a medium sized park located in the center of Cortland NY. The park has a number of fields and courts, Wickwire Pool, a building for special events and programs, a rotary picnic pavilion, as well as a playground that is used by many people in the community.

Suggett House Museum

25 Homer Avenue, Cortland, NY 13045 | (607) 756-6071

According to the museums’ website: “Located in the 1882 Italianate home of inventor and real estate developer, James Suggett, the Museum's first floor houses "A Home: Cortland Country Interior Spaces, 1825-1900". Memorabilia, toys, and business and industry artifacts, offer appeal to both children and adults, and further illustrate the county's 200 year history. Award-winning vignettes include basic elements of styles of home décor typical of the area in the 19th century. An 1800's kitchen and changing exhibit rooms which display the Museum's collections of textiles, military memorabilia, toys, and business and industry artifacts, offer appeal to both children and adults, and further illustrate the county's 200 year history. Adjacent to the museum, the Kellogg Memorial Research Center opens its irreplaceable archive of diaries, manuscripts, maps, photographs and ephemera to researchers and genealogists. Professional staff aids researchers in navigating public and private resources including indexed federal and state census records, vital statistics, cemetery and surname files and its extensive clipping files. Museum admission is free for members and students and $8 for non-members."

Sun Devil Fitness Complex

400 E Apache Blvd , Tempe, AZ 85287 | 480-965-8900

The Sun Devil Fitness Center website opens up to the statement, "Sun Devil Fitness enhances the ASU experience by providing programs, services and facilities that promote healthy lifestyles, build community and enable student success. The SDFC offers a variety of recreation, fitness and sports opportunities that include intramurals, group fitness, personal training, sports clubs, and instructional classes. All of these programs welcome new participants each session. The SDFC also celebrates diversity and authenticity by offering inclusive recreational facilities and activities, adaptive sports, and educational and cultural resources for the ASU community. These programs demonstrate our commitment to creating a welcoming place for everyone." This statement demonstrates their promotion and work towards offering students, families, and neighbors the ability to live healthy lives. With numerous pieces of exercise equipment, studios for exercise classes, classrooms for classes or meetings, various courts for activities such as basketball, an accessible pool, and a room dedicated to adaptive fitness that includes adaptive pieces of equipment, people of varying abilities can utilize the facility to meet their goals. (fitness.asu.edu)

Sunken Meadow State Park (Governor Alfred E. Smith)

Rte 25A and Sunken Meadow Parkway, Kings Park, NY 11754 | 631-269-4333

According to the agency website: Offering one of the most stunning views of the Long Island Sound with Connecticut in the distance, Sunken Meadow State Park has a wide range of topography that sustains a variety of flora and fauna. The three miles of beach meets tall, glacier-formed bluffs at the west end of the shoreline. A man-made dam separates the park's brackish creek and marshes from the tidal flats. South of the flats are acres of undeveloped and heavily wooded rolling hills.

Sunnycrest Park

701 Robinson St, Syracuse, NY 13206 | (315) 473-4330

Sunnycrest Park has a wide variety of specialty areas. There are 2 multipurpose fields, a golf course, an ice rink, a playground, and several tennis and basketball courts. The route to the playground is difficult to travel through. It is narrow and branches hang down low. There is a more accessible path leading from the parking lot to the playground, but it was locked at the time of assessment.

Sunnycrest Park Monday Mile (Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion)

Nearest intersection is Caleb and Hickok avenues (parking lot is at end of Caleb Avenue), Syracuse, NY 13206 | 315-443-9343

The Monday Mile route at Sunnycrest Park begins near the golf clubhouse, which is near Hickok and Caleb avenues. The path is a wide asphalt path that passes by Henninger High School and its athletic facilities. The path is 46 inches at its narrowest point. The Monday Mile requires an additional loop around the baseball field (three times around instead of two) in order to reach a one-mile total distance. There is accessible parking available at the parking lot near the golf clubhouse. Maps of the Monday Mile route along with turn-by-turn directions are available on the agency website.

Sunnyview Lifestyle Wellness Center

1270 Belmont Ave., Rosa Rd., Schenectady, NY 12308 | (518) 386-3656

Sunnyview's Lifestyle Wellness Center is a comprehensive fitness center for people of all ages. Certified personal trainers assess clients for their fitness levels and design an individualized program to help improve physical strength, endurance and energy.

Sunset Bay Marina (DEC)

12974 Allegany Rd., Irving, NY 14081 | (518)402-8920

According to the agency's website: DEC's Sunset Bay Boat Launch Site on Lake Erie at Cattaraugus Creek has been designed to be wheelchair accessible. It also has an accessible restroom facility.

Sunset Lanes

1003 US Route 11, Kirkwood, NY 13795 | (607) 775-2232

Sunset Lanes is a bowling alley that offers open bowling and bowling leagues, group parties and events. Sunset Lanes has a bar and restaurant on site as well as a bowling pro-shop.

Sunset Park Recreation Center

7th Avenue at 43rd Street, Brooklyn , NY 11232 | 718-972-2135

Since 1910, the NYC Department of Parks & Recreation has provided the most affordable and extensive network of recreational services throughout New York City. Our recreation centers offer facilities such as weight rooms, basketball courts, and dance studios, art studios, game rooms, and libraries. The recreation center offers a range of programs for people of all ages. This center is located in Sunset Park. It is designated as accessible. The Sunset Park Recreation Center is open year round and anybody with a New York City Parks & Recreation membership has access to all of the services provided by any New York City Parks & Recreation center throughout the New York City area.

Sunstream Park

4052 Rainbow Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23456 | 757-385-0400

SUNY Cortland Alumni Arena

Park Center, Pashley Drive, Cortland, NY 13045 | 607-753-5548

SUNY Cortland Alumni Arena is an event space used for everything from campus ceremonies to free skate programs. It is located in Park Center on SUNY Cortland's Campus. The fire code capacity for the arena is 3,221. The ice rink offers ice skating, hockey, broomball, and other activities.

SUNY Cortland Child Care Center

SUNY Cortland Education BuildingRoom 1000, Cortland, NY 13045 | n/a

SUNY Cortland’s Child Care Center is licensed for up to 106 children. The Center has eight classrooms: two infant rooms, a waddler room, two toddler rooms and three preschool rooms. It has an extensive infant, toddler and preschool playgrounds directly outside the building with covered patios for rainy day play. There are also two indoor gross motor spaces where the children can expand their energy and use their large muscles when the weather is not conducive to outdoor play.

SUNY Cortland Children's Museum

8 Calvert Street60 Tompkins Street, Cortland, NY 13045 | (607) 753-5525 or 607-753-2467

The Children's Museum offers interactive, hands on experiences in an environment where Cortland community members including parents, grandparents, caregivers, teachers, college students, youth and young children can be inspired to play and learn together across a variety of topics and in many ways. Themed activities are offered every Saturday, and are posted on the website. The Museum's ever changing exhibits and hands-on activities are designed based on best practices in early childhood education. The Museum is an all-volunteer run agency, and is very inclusive of children of all abilities and their families. Feel free to always call ahead to the point of contact, Dr. Emilie Kudela, and she will work with you on accomodations.

SUNY Cortland Outdoor Education Center at Huntington Memorial Camp

540 Antlers Road, Raquette Lake, NY 13436 | (315)354-4784

Huntington Memorial Camp is owned by SUNY Cortland and provides an access point to the vast Adirondacks. It is a rustic camp built by William West Durant in 1877. It is often used by college classes, but is open to the public. Stays can be made through the phone number given. The camp consists of approximately 40 buildings, most of which are historical. A gravel path is in place to move from building to building