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Tupper Lake

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"This assessment was completed by the IRRC as part of the New York State Scenic Byways Program accessibility project managed by the IRRC and the Adirondack North Country Association, funded by the Federal Highway Administration and administered by the New York State Department of Transportation.”

Tupper Lake Boat Launch Site (DEC)

1601-1643 New York 30, Tupper Lake, NY 12986 | (518)402-8920

Tupper Lake Boat Launch is located on Route 30 in the Hamlet of Moody. This hard surfaced launch provides water access to Tupper Lake and has parking for 35 cars and trailers.

Tupper Lake Holy Tree

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"This assessment was completed by the IRRC as part of the New York State Scenic Byways Program accessibility project managed by the IRRC and the Adirondack North Country Association, funded by the Federal Highway Administration and administered by the New York State Department of Transportation.”

Two Rivers State Park

Banzhoff Road Waverly, NY 14892, Waverly, NY 14892 | (607) 273-3440

According to the agency website: "Two Rivers State Park features recreation trails for hiking, biking, skiing or snowshoeing through steep forested slopes and open hilltop meadows."

Tyler Park

194 Front St., Binghamton, NY 13901 | 607-772-7017

Tyler Park is a small park located on the Corner of Front St. and Clinton St. in the City of Binghamton. This park features a relatively new addition of the ACA Memorial which is a memorial honoring the victims of a mass shooting in Binghamton during the late 2000's. The Park does not offer any programming but other city parks do offer programming. Please see Recreation Park in the assessment database for details on programming.

Tymor Park at Union Vale Parks and Recreation Department

8 Tymor Park Rd., LaGrangeville , NY 12540 | (845) 724-5691

According to the agency website: "Union Vale Parks and Recreation strives to enhance the quality of life for all citizens in our community by creating strong partnerships within the community and providing a variety of recreational activities, special events, and services that encourage lifelong learning, fitness, and fun."

U.S. Forest Serivce: South Park Ranger District

320 US-285, Fairplay, CO 80440 | (719) 836-2031

The South Park Ranger District is a U.S. Forest Service ranger district on the Pike National Forest. The U.S. Forest Service is a multi-use agency and offers along with recreation opportunities for ranching, timber, mining, and wildlife. Recreation opportunities on the forest include hiking trails, off high way vehicle trails, camping, nature watching, recreational shooting/ archery, and hunting (There is also fishing but that is managed by the state). While the Ranger District itself does not host many programs they do give other agencies permits to lead their programs on the forest such as rock climbing and guided tours. This agency is a federally managed site. The agency recommends contacting them for more information.

UA Sheepshead Bay Stadium 14 & IMAX

3907 Shore Pkwy, Brooklyn, NY 11235 | (718) 615-1053

The UA Sheepshead Bay Stadium 14 and IMAX provide movie showings and IMAX theater showings every day of the week. Check online for showtimes and IMAX movies currently playing.

Auburn YMCA

27 William Street, Auburn, NY 13021 | (315) 253 – 5304

The Auburn YMCA 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. The YMCA has many programs and services, including fitness classes, swim lessons, child care, and summer recreation programs. Visit the website at auburnymca.org/ to learn more about the programs and activities.

Ultimate Athletics

40 Catherwood Road, Ithaca, NY 14850 | (607) 319-0685

Ultimate Athletics is an agency that aims to teach members about martial arts, fitness and self-determination. Although they do not have programs designed specifically for inclusion or employees with the training necessary to properly meet individuals with disabilities needs, they are willing to adapt their programming when possible.

Ultimate Goal Family Sports Center (The)

3800 Lee Mulroy Road, Marcellus, NY 13108 | (315) 673-4625

Ultimate Goal Family Sports Center has provided a variety of sporting activities for over 15 years. The facility has two indoor sport fields as well as outdoor facilities for soccer and other sports. Ultimate Goal conducts many programs, including camps, lessons, and facilities for private parties. The facility also houses a pizza shop which is operated by an outside vendor.

Uncle Sam's Lane

600 Fulton St, Troy, NY 12180 | 518-271-7800

Uncle Sam's Lane in Troy, NY offers open-bowling, night-bowling events, fundraising, tournaments and competitions. Uncle Sam's Lane proudly serves individuals of all ability levels with leagues and competitions which accommodate individuals with disabilities. The staff at the facility strive to be as accommodating as possible to meet all peoples needs.

Union Park

Ely Park Rd., Binghamton , NY 13901 | 607 772 7017

Union Park is a small park located in the City Of Binghamton on Ely Park Rd. This park offers a plentiful amount of open green space that is shaded by big trees as well as a number of picnic tables. This park also features a tennis court and a basketball court with off street parking available as well. This park is located near Ely Park Golf Course as well. This park itself offers no programming but other parks in the City of Binghamton do offer programming. Please see the Recreation Park Assessment for program details.

Union Settlement / Washington Houses

1775 Third Avenue, New York City, NY 10029 | (212) 828-6123

Union Settlement Association - Main Site

237 East 104th Street, New York, NY 10029 | (212) 828-6000

This organization does great and positive things for the East Harlem Community. They embrace every race, culture, and creed and is a organization that has been for over a 100 years in community. Union Settlement offers a wide range of services and activities for all demographics, ages, and needs which really entice me to use them as one of my assessments. I feel they listen to the needs of the community and by my evaluation with this assessment of inclusivity and accessibility will allow them to review their priorities and concentrate on this issue solely.

Union Town Park Playground

Rose Street, Hastings, NY 10706 | (914) 478-2380

This is an older playground. Much of the equipment has been there for sometime. The park is mostly used for little league baseball games in the spring and summer. It is a grassy area, but there is plenty of room to move around or watch a baseball game. In addition to the little league baseball fields, there is also an outdoor basketball court.

United Martial Arts Center Warwick

153 Route 94, Warwick, NY 10990 | (845) 987-1853

The United Martial Art Center in Warwick is ready and willing to make any adaptations needed or requested by a participant. They encourage healthy lifestyles through Martial Arts and believe Martial Arts is a powerful venue for personal growth.

University at Buffalo Center for the Arts

103 Center for the Arts, Buffalo, NY 14260 | (716) 645-2787

The University at Buffalo Center for the Arts is a non-profit cultural institution established by the University at Buffalo in 1994. They offer an array of performances for spectators and instruction through camps and school programs. The Center For The Arts also functions as a multi-purpose facility, providing an appropriate setting for University and community events.

Untermyer Park and Gardens

945 N Broadway, Yonkers, NY 10703 | (914) 613-4502

The Untermyer Park and Gardens consist of a nature trail and six gardens. The gardens are the Walled Garden, the Vista, the Color Gardens, the Temple of Love, the Rock Garden, and the Sundial Garden. Tours of the gardens are given on Sundays beginning in late April and ending in early November. The Walled Garden is the most accessible of the six and is filled with beautiful horticulture and history. The Vista starts at the Walled Gardens and descends 135 steps past the ruins of the Color Gardens and to the ancient Roman columns that frame views of the Hudson River. The Color Gardens, Temple of Love, Rock Garden, and Sundial Garden are harder to access but beautiful nonetheless.

Upper Chateaugay Lake Boat Launch (DEC)

Boat Launch Road, Merrill, NY 12955 | (518)402-8920

This boat launch is located on Route 374, north of the Hamlet of Merrill. This launch (also known as Chateaugay Narrows) between Upper and Lower Chateaugay Lakes has parking for 40 cars and trailers.

Upper Leland Pond

Route 26, Bouckville, NY 13310 | (315) 426-7448

Upper Lelands Pond provides a concrete launch ramp, a universally accessible fishing pier and parking for 10 cars and trailers. The large pond suited for small boats as well as canoes and kayaks. Upper Lelands Pond is located on Route 26, approximately one mile southwest of the hamlet of Bouckville.

Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge

N5727 County Road Z, Onalaska, WI 54650 | 608-779-2399

The Upper Mississippi River refuge is located in four states: Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa and Illinois along the Mississippi River. The Refuge was established in in 1924 as a refuge for fish, wildlife and plants and a breeding place for migratory birds. The refuge encompasses one of the largest blocks of floodplain habitat in the lower 48 states. Bordered by steep wooded bluffs that rise 100 to 600 feet above the river valley, the Mississippi River corridor and refuge offer scenic beauty and productive fish and wildlife habitat unmatched in the heart of America. The refuge covers just over 240,000 acres and extends 261 river miles from north to south at the confluence of the Chippewa River in Wisconsin to near Rock Island, Illinois. The refuge is designated as a Wetland of International Importance (Ramsar) and a Globally Important Bird Area.

Upper Onondaga Park Monday Mile (Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion)

Onondaga Park Drive, Syracuse, NY 13207 | 315-443-9343

The Monday Mile route is on the inner loop of Onondaga Park Drive in Upper Onondaga Park. The path is 4 feet wide in most places. The narrowest point is 42 inches. The route is a scenic loop around Hiawatha Lake. Maps of the Monday Mile route along with turn-by-turn directions are available on the agency website.

Upper Saranac Lake - Indian Carry Hand Launch (DEC)

Tupper Lake Hwy, Saranac Lake, NY 12983 | (518)402-8920

This hand launch is located on Route 3, 8 miles east of the Village of Tupper Lake. There is parking for 18 cars and a beautiful path to the hand launch with loading dock as well as anothe rpath to a boardwalk over shallow water.

Upstate Downtown Monday Mile Lerner Center

Intersection of Waverly and Irving, Syracuse, NY 13210 | 315-443-9044

The Upstate Downtown Campus Monday Mile route is a sidewalk route though the SUNY Upstate Medical University downtown campus. There is a 17.4% incline on E. Adams Street between Irving Ave and Almond Street. The path is at least 5 feet wide in most places. The narrowest point along the route is 55 inches between a light pole and fence on E. Adams Street. Most of the Monday Mile signs are visible, although there is a sign missing from the corner of E. Adams and Irving to indicate walkers will need to cross the street to finish the mile. A map of the route is available at the start of the route and on the agency website.

Uptown Alley

13525 N Litchfield Rd, Surprise, AZ 85379 | (623) 975- 7529

Enjoy 40 high tech, regulation sized bowling lanes designed for all types of bowlers–casual and league bowling, private parties and rock n’ bowl party goers! Our lanes have all the latest in the modern day bowling experience, including 15 foot projection HDTVs, black light party bowling experience, state-of-the-art scoring system and gutter bumpers for beginners. Get competitive and interactive and play our 80+ video and prize games. We’ve got current, high tech games and a retail prize store with the hottest, quality merchandise. This isn’t your grandparent’s game room! Take laser tag literally to the “next level” in a thrilling, two-story maze."

Aurora Community Pool Park

690 South Street, East Aurora, 14052 | Rec Office: (716)652-8866 Pool (716)652-6980

The Town of Aurora Parks and Recreation Department sponsors a wide variety of youth and adult activities all year round in many different areas of recreation. The Aurora Community Pool Park hosts a few of these programs as well as a pool and wading pool.

Ausable Chasm

2133 Route 9, Ausable Chasm, NY 12911 | (518)834-7454

According to agency website: "step back in time as you walk our nature trails in the midst of a primeval Adirondack Forest. Stroll past Rainbow Falls, Elephant's Head, Column Rock, Hyde's Cave and the eerie quiet of Mystic Gorge. Descend hundres of feet to walk on natural stone walkways and gaze upon eons of geologic history etched in stone.

Ausable Marsh Wilderness Management Area (DEC)

Au Sable Point Road, Peru, NY 12972 | (518)897-1291

According to the agency website: "Ausable Marsh Wildlife Management Area encompasses 660 acres adjacent to Lake Champlain along U.S. Highway Route 9 in the Town of Peru, Clinton County. The land for this management area was acquired in 1950 from the Peru Development Company.

Ausable Point Campground (DEC)

3346 Lake Shore Road, Peru, NY 12972 | 518-561-7080

According to the DEC Website: "Ausable Point Campground protrudes from Route 9 into Lake Champlain and offers a shoreline comprised of natural sand and a gentle slope from many campsites. It borders a wildlife management area that offers a hiking trail, as well as water access for canoeists and sea kayakers to explore. With the city of Plattsburgh a short drive from this campground there is virtually no limit for entertainment opportunities."