85 North Main Street, Suite 110, White River Junction , VT 05001 | 802-280-1700
Tip Top Pottery is a creative arts and craft studio located in downtown White River Junction, Vermont. They offer classes and independent work time in pottery, painting, felting, and other creative arts. They host birthday parties, adult paint and sip night programs, and offer summer camps for youth in the area. From the website:
750 Mary Street, Clayton, NY 13624 | (315) 686-4104
Where can you tour a magnificent 106' historic houseboat, row an elegant St. Lawrence skiff, take a thrilling triple-cockpit runabout ride, explore fascinating exhibits about the legendary 1000 Islands and see more than 100 historic pleasure boats on display, all in the same day? The Antique Boat Museum, of course, home of North America's original antique boat show and auction.
240 East 109 Street, New York, NY 10029 | (212) 860-5837
Formerly Jefferson Park Junior High School 117, this conglomeration of education programs was renamed in honor of the musical great Tito Puente in 2004. The complex includes four middle school programs, one elementary school program, and one special needs school with a total of 1.010 students. The complex combines arts and education, and therefore is appropriately named after a great Puerto Rican musician who was also an educator. One of the programs is called the Tito Puente Academy for the Performing Arts.
215 Johnson Road, Malone, NY 12953 | (518)483-3740
According to agency website: "In this modern era of mega-resorts and mega-prices, Titus Mountain remains committed to welcoming all of our guests with a very special Snow Sports experience. Adirondack beauty! Affordable! Safe! Fun! That’s what Titus Mountain is all about. Short lift-lines. Un-crowded slopes. Good food. Magnificent grooming. Friendly staff. Low, low prices. This year, join us at Titus Mountain and discover a unique & timeless Adirondack way to savor winter!"
Shaw Road, West Monroe, NY 13167 | (315) 426-7448
Toad Harbor is a small community located on the northern shore of Oneida Lake in Oswego County. Toad Harbor fishing access pier is not on Oneida lake, but on an inlet of the lake. The fishing platform at this location is accessible and located on a shaded cove. There is a large open area provided for parking. There is no restroom or port-a-john at this location.
198 N Washington St., Rome, NY 13440 | (315) 339-7656
According to the agency website this is one of several passive parks in the City of Rome. Picnics, walking, and other such activities are permitted.
170 North Street , Dryden, NY 13053 | 607-844-8211
The Tompkins Cortland Community College (TC3) Athletic Center was built as an annex to TC3 in 2007. It was initially assessed in 2008, and reassessed in 2021 by the RECR210 Diversity and Inclusion class. All activities that take place in the Athletic Center must follow the mission and vision of TC3 that includes an active diversity and inclusion plan and committee. The Athletic Center is used for athletics, meetings, recreation and large gatherings such as commencement. Questions about accessibility to this center can be answered by calling the TC3 main phone number.
17 North Street, Dryden, NY 13053 | (607) 844-8222
The center is very accessible, both socially and physically to people of all abilities. Individuals with disabilities and disability organizations often use this facility. The facility is open to the community with a membership. Contact the facility for more information regarding membership fees and hours of operation.
170 North Street, Dryden, NY 13053 | (607) 844-8222
The TC3 library supports learning and information needs of the the TC3 college community by acquiring, organizing, and maintaining knowledge resources and by providing assistance and instruction in the use of those resources.
170 North Street, Dryden, NY 13053 | (607) 844-8222
The TC3 pool is open for family swims, lap swimming, college swims (TC3 students only), water aerobics and swim lessons.
170 North Street, Dryden, NY 13053 | 607-844-8222 ext 4450
The student center is a facility where students come to break free of the other areas of campus. They have activities to help the students keep their minds off other aspects of college life. They provide transportation services for students with disabilities to and from the student center. The student center helps to prepare students for what is beyond TC3 and gets them ready for the rest of their lives. TC3 is a diverse campus whom welcomes students of any background. They pride themselves on being a diverse college using resources such as the diversity council.
101 E Green Street, Ithaca, NY 14850 | 607 272 4557
The Tompkins County Public Library is a very open and welcoming space for everyone. Whether someone needs to use a computer or check out a book, the staff is there to help to the best of their ability. There is only one floor to the building, so overall it is physically accessible. The organization is not designed with a focus on inclusion, but there is a lot of progress going on behind the scenes. The staff members are exceptionally accommodating and willing to do as much as they can to help the local community.
Tooley Pond Road, Colton, NY 13625 | (315)265-3090
According to the agency website: "Tooley Pond is a remote waterway in the southeastern Town of Clare that is popular with local campers and canoers. The waterway access, picnic and camping site, renovated in 2011, features an accessible path to the water's edge and designated accessible parking, along with an accessible tent camping site across the road. The campsite features a new accessible privy, a large area with a hardened surface, and an accessible picnic table with a great view of the pond."
425 Cherry St, Bedford Hills , NY 10507 | 914-666-7004
The Bedford Recreation & Parks Department strives to enrich the lives of our residents by providing safe and welcoming parks, facilities, programs and events for people of all ages. We work in partnership with our residents and in cooperation with other recreation service providers in the community to maximize all available resources. We are dedicated to building healthy communities and enriching the quality of life through people, parks and programs.
20 Wireless Rd, Centereach, NY 11720 | (631) 732-2338
The New Village Recreation Center is very accommodating to anyone who may need them. Easily accessible from the parking lot and little to no inclines on the premises. The building does also have an equipment closet that has extra movement helpers such as walkers, wheelchairs, and crutches. This recreation center is popular already among the older age range in the area and offers room use for programs put on by both the town and its constituents. Residents are invited to join any of our various activities geared towards children and adults of all ages. Whether you’re starting a new hobby continuing an old one or just looking for a place to meet new friends you are sure to find it at our recreation center.
1130 Old Town Road, coram, NY 11727 | (631) 451-6100
This department is responsible for parks, ballfields, playgrounds, recreational and sports programs and community centers; beaches and pools; docks and marinas; boat launching ramps; the Bald Hill Amphitheatre and Gallery; and works with the Long Island Cultural Center and the the Brookhaven Arts and Humanities Council to develop the Cultural Center and provide arts and humanities programming throughout the Town.
1 Pool Road, Camillus, NY 13031 | 315-487-3600
The Camillus Parks and Recreation Department offers a wide array of programs, facilities and parks to meet the recreation and leisure needs of its residents. The Town of Camillus State of the Art Splash Pad opened in 2016 and is located within Camillus Park. It is open daily from 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM Memorial Day - Labor Day.
3 Thunder Road, Albany, NY 12205 | 518-218-7782
Colonie Family Recreation Center is located at 3 Thunder Road in Albany, directly behind Colonie Fire Department on Central Avenue. Colonie Recreation Center includes a full-size basketball court, entertainment room (ping pong, pool, air hockey, and foosball tables), and a computer room. Colonie Recreation Center is free for residents of the town of Colonie and the surrounding area. Hours of operation are Monday - Friday 8:30am - 6pm and 10am - 4pm on Saturdays.
3 Memorial Drive, Croton on The Hudson, NY 10521 | 914-736-0498
The Town of cortlandt youth center is available for residents and non residents. The offer a wise variety of on site recreation. Some of which include playground, skate rink, game room, rock wall as well as a wide variety of classes for all ages.
2109 Albany Post Road, Montrose, NY 10548 | (914) 736-0498
The Cortlandt Youth Center is located off Albany Post Road in Montrose. The Town of Cortlandt Recreation Division is committed to the safety and happiness of all young people and has therefore setup a variety of programs available to teen residents. Under the supervision of Youth Coordinator, Colleen Anderson, the Cortlandt Youth Center has become a social, educational and fun environment. All Cortlandt youth, ages 11 to 18, can “hang out” with friends in a supervised, substance-free environment. The Town offers boys and girls, ages 11 to 16, the opportunity to learn weight training, sport exercises and healthy lifestyle maintenance with the Pump It Up program. This is only one of the activities available to teens who are a part of the Drop In Program. Cortlandt youth can enjoy cable television, a free jukebox, arts & crafts, ping-pong, foosball, an outside basketball court and a beach volleyball court.
5 Old Lime Kiln Rd, Hopewell Junction , NY 12533 | (845) 226-8395
The Town of East Fishkill Parks & Recreation Department is home to several parks and recreation facilities. They provide sports leagues, summer camps, and numerous community events.
4540 Southwestern Blvd, Hamburg, NY 14075 | 716-646-5145
The Town of Hamburg Parks and Recreation Department operates a wide variety of programs and facilities throughout the town of Hamburg NY that serves youth, adults, and people with disabilities. There are a variety of programs that are run throughout the year and these can be found on their website. The town of Hamburg parks and recreation department recently moved into a new building which has many great amenities and has also recently taken control of Woodlawn Beach State Park. Two town beaches are available, two fitness centers, numerous play grounds, general purpose community rooms, an ice rink, softball and baseball field complex, a bmx track, a therapeutic pool, and a full sized ice rink and multi purpose rink facility is available as well.
605 Calkins Rd, Henrietta, NY 14467 | (585)359-2540
This is a Recreation building that holds the Department as well as different programs and activities open to the public. It includes a walking/running track, multiple multipurpose rooms, a gymnasium and a gymnastics area. The spaces are available for rent whether it is for a party or program/event you may be having. The building allows service animals as well as manual wheelchair and automated wheelchair use throughout the building and up on the walking track. There is an elevator one can use to access the track.
"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.”
Lake Road, Diamond Point, 12824 | (518) 668-5722
20 Old Post Road, Lake George, 12845 | (518) 668-5722
Route 9L, Lake George, 12845 | (518) 668-5722
Crumb High School Football Field on Park Drive, Lexington, MA 02420 | (781) 698-4800
The Recreation and Community Programs Department manages and permits the recreation facilities in the Town of Lexington. These facilties are maintained by the Department of Public Works. Most recreation programs including administrative office personnel are supported through user fees. A limited number of athletic fields are available for residents to use, field conditions permitting. Field permits are required for organized or regular use on all fields. Permits are issued at the Recreation and Community Programs Department office on a first-come, first-served basis.
1288 West Boston Post Rd, Larchmont, NY 10538 | 914-834-8840
The Town of Mamaroneck Senior Center serves members of their community that are 55 years and older. Annual membership of $35 per person is required for residents of Mamaroneck and Larchmont. Those who do not live in this area can register at the center, but must pay a $50 registration fee. The center is open Monday through Friday with operating hours from 10:00am-3:30pm. They do have summer hours from Memorial through Labor day with operating hours of 10:00am-3:00pm. Curb‐to‐curb round trip transportation is available to residents of the Town of Mamaroneck, Village of Mamaroneck and Village of Larchmont with a $1 contribution. The senior center is a Senior Nutrition Program site which provides a hot lunch weekdays at 12pm with a $3 suggested contribution. Transportation and meal reservations must be made by the previous day by calling the center. This center offers a variety of recreational, social and educational activities which include group exercise classes, dance classes, board games, lectures, advanced art classes, bridge, mah jongg, themed events and special event outings. Most activities are free, but some do have an additional charge. Their art class, tai chi class, trips and special events have an additional fee for participants.
10 Senter Street, Chappaqua, NY 10514 | (914) 238-8888
The Town of New Castle Community Center is a facility that provides recreational services to the community. Some programming includes dance, cooking and fitness for adults, seniors and children. As stated in their mission the agency provides services to people of all ages. Every season there is a brochure that is posted on their website with a list of programs and services being offered. Registration forms are also available on line. Their website is as follows: wwww.recreation.mynewcastle.org. This agency is also in partnership with North East Special Recreation. There website is as follows: www.northeastspecialrec.org.