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.
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.
4052 Rainbow Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23456 | 757-385-0400
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 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.
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.
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
Pashley Drive, Cortland, NY 13045 | 607-753-5809
Outdoor Pursuits encompasses multiple facets, including an Outdoor Gear Rental Center, Trip Planning Resource Area, Tripping Program, Community Bike Program, Workshop Series, and a Climbing/Bouldering Wall. Outdoor Pursuits is located in the Student Life Center on the SUNY Cortland main campus. Any student or staff regardless of ability is welcome to participate in any of their programs from workshops, trips, and rentals. Outdoor Pursuits strives to make trips and programs accessible by offering any adaptations or accommodations for people to participate.
8 Pashley Dr. , Cortland, NY 13045 | 607 753 2011
The Student Life Center is a recreational facility that has many amenities including a weightlifting area, pool, hot tub, cross training room, rock wall, bouldering wall, basketball courts, volleyball courts and much more. They are different classes available for people who need accommodations. However, when working out, not all of the equipment is wheelchair accessible. There are elevators to access the top floor. The automatic doors tend to be broken for extended periods of time.
3317 W. Irving Park Rd., Chicago, IL 60618 | 773-772-6204
Sway Dance Chicago is a wonderful dance studio in Chicago, IL. The studio is wheelchair accessible. There is a large waiting area and also a kitchen. One part is the dance studio and in the other part they do jiu-jitsu. The studio is available for rentals for parties. Every year, one of the performances is held in the studio. All of the rooms in the building may easily be accessed by wheelchair because the doorways are wide enough and the ground is flat.
4927 Lake Road South, Brockport, NY 14420 | (585) 431-0090
Sweden Clarkson Recreation and Community Center offers a wide variety of programs and activities for a range of ages. They offer fitness classes such as Zumba or Jazzercise. They offer many sports programs for all ages, including basketball, soccer, softball, baseball, and pickleball. They also offer a before and after school program for kids in grades kindergarten through sixth grade.
62 Eckernkamp Drive, Smithtown, NY 11787 | (631) 979-6344
Sweetbriar Nature Center is a private not-for-profit agency which exists to provide natural science education services for Long Island residents of all ages and to engage in native wildlife rehabilitation services. Through education and examples, Sweetbriar encourages responsible decision making, appreciation, and respect for the unique wildlife and ecosystems found on Long Island. Sweetbriar Nature Center is situated on 54 acres of varied garden, woodland, field and wetland habitats on the Nissequogue River.
62 Eckernkamp Drive, Smithtown , NY 11787 | (631) 979-6344
Sweetbriar Nature Center includes 54 acres of trails, fields, and an education center. Most of the trails are flat with packed ground and wide trails. One of the trails includes a lead, with braille paragraphs and other tactile elements along the trail for people who do not have sight, as well as people who have sight to learn about life cycles. The outdoor animal enclosures are easily accessible by the flat ground covered in grass. The Nature Center itself is an old house, so therefore the agency cannot make any structural changes to it. However, there is a ramp and the first floor of the house is accessible. There is one upstairs room that cannot be easily accessed by wheelchair. The Barn area is accessible by a packed gravel path. For programs, accommodations can be made upon request.
241 Archbold Gym, Syracuse, NY 13210 | 315-443-4386
Flanagan Gym is a small building primarily for fitness classes, basketball/ volleyball, & racquetball/squash ball. The courts are located on the 2nd floor, racquetball on the ground floor. The main floor is where the registration table is to sign in and out of the building. All pathways are clear of obstructions and each floor is easily accessed by elevators. Not much in terms of adaptive equipment. Something I would recommend is for the university to do research on adaptive equipment as far as the sports that are offered in these buildings for open recreation and see if it can be included in their budget.
Schine Student Center, Syracuse, NY 13210 | 315-443-9343
The Monday Mile route is on a sidewalk that goes through Syracuse University (north campus). The path is 8 to 10 feet wide in most places. The narrowest point along the route is 59 inches and occurs on the sidewalk on Crouse Drive. At the time of this assessment, five turns on the Monday Mile route that needed signs did not have any signage to direct people. Maps of the Monday Mile route along with turn-by-turn directions are available on the agency website.
600 Skytop Road, Syracuse , NY 13244 | (315) 443-4386
The Outdoor Education Center is located on Skytop Road in Syracuse NY, and is part of Syracuse University. Many SU OEC programs utilize the Challenge Course for team building exercises and initiatives. It is open to the anyone that wants to use it. They have a variety of different things on the challenge course that include portable games, low elements, and a high ropes challenge course. This program is focused on team building and that is what they strive for. This agency wants to bring people together and work as a team. This is a well used and growing program that is getting a lot of attention and a lot of use.
511 Skytop Road, Syracuse, NY 13244 | 315-443-4254
"The pavilion houses a pro shop, a skate rental shop and a skate sharpener. The ice is used by the hockey and figure skating clubs, women's division I ice hockey team, intramural hockey and broomball leagues, classes conducted by the Department of Recreation Services and the Department of Health and Exercise Science. Special group reservations and ice rentals are available to Syracuse University affiliates. Features two sheets of ice, a regulation sized sheet and a smaller studio sheet. One of the two sheets is always available for open skating whenever the building is open for business."
1966 Trumansburg Rd., Trumansburg, NY 14886 | (607) 387-7888
The T-Burg Mini Golf Family Entertainment Center is a small, family owned company that focuses on providing quality fun for the whole family, including those who may have disabilities. The site offers miniature golf, an arcade, a playground and a corn maze in the fall. Birthday parties and other special events are also available.
7820 Higginville Rd, Blossvale, NY 13208 | (315)245-1744
According to the website: “TA-GA-SOKE Campgrounds is nestled on the banks of Fish Creek, two miles from the village of Sylvan Beach, New York and Oneida Lake. The campground has 211 sites some pull-thru and tent sites on 33 acres. All the sites have fire ring and picnic tables. Sixteen of the sites are occupied with our camping cabins. Bird's Nest Cafe, located at the campground, is open on Friday and Saturday evening offering fish dinners, pizza, and other snack foods..
2225 Washington Avenue, Seaford, NY 11783 | (516) 571-7443
Tackapausha Museum and Preserve is operated by the Nassau County Department of Recreation and Parks. In the middle of densely populated Seaford on the South Shore, is an historic and beautiful 84-acre sanctuary of oak forests, ponds and streams, small mammals and scores of bird species, all of which can viewed via five miles of clearly marked trails.
75 Mountain Laurel Ln, Cold Spring, NY 10516 | (845) 265-3773
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Route 344 , Copake Falls, NY 12517 | (518) 329-3993
According to the agency website: "Taconic State Park is located along 16 miles of the Taconic Mountain Range, sharing a border with Massachusetts and Connecticut. Two developed areas, Copake Falls and Rudd Pond, offer an extensive trail system with terrain that varies from easy to challenging, offering spectacular views.
Route 9w, Sparkill, NY 10976 | (845)359-0544
According to the agency website: "Tallman Mountain State Park comprises wooded country on the easterly slope of the Palisades uplands overlooking the Hudson and Piermont Marsh, which lies between the river and the slope. The marsh is part of the Hudson River National Estuarine Research Reserve. The park operates as a day-use area, offering a running track, tennis courts, playfield, cross country skiing, a walking trail, hiking and picnic areas."
11201 SW 24th St, Miami , FL 33165 | 305-222-2128
Tamiami Recreation Center is a recreation center located inside Tamiami Park specialized to help people with physical and developmental disabilities through various activities.
228 Main Street , North Creek , NY 12853 | 518-251-2505
Tannery Pond is a community center located in North Creek, NY. The space hosts art shows, plays, live music, workshops and meetings.
62 Main Street, Tarrytown, NY 10591 | (914) 631-4807
The Tarrytown YMCA provides a number of recreation opportunities, including aquatics, child care, after school programming, performing arts, sports and skills, and dance. The YMCA partners with the Tarrytown school district and resident homes for children with disabilities.
1740 Taughannock Blvd., Trumansburg, NY 14886 | (607) 387-6739
According to the agency website: "Taughannock Falls State Park's namesake waterfall is one of the outstanding natural attractions of the Northeast. Taughannock Falls plunges 215 feet past rocky cliffs that tower nearly 400 feet above the gorge. Gorge and rim trails offer spectacular views from above the falls and from below at the end of the gorge trail. Campsites and cabins overlook Cayuga Lake, with marina, boat launch and beach nearby. A multi-use trail--hiking, cross-country skiing--winds past sledding slopes and natural skating ponds. Boat Launch Site not suitable for any type of sailboat.
Greenburgh, NY 10607 | 914-693-8987
According to the agency website: Considered by some to be the gateway to Westchester County, Taxter Ridge Park Preserve is an excellent example of how concerned citizens rallied to protect a large tract of open space in southern Westchester County. The horse-shoe shaped park has a landscape featuring natural rock ledges, woodlands, streams, wetlands and old growth forest. The 190 acre park is jointly owned by New York State, Westchester County and the Town of Greenburgh.
1946 West Morningside Drive, Phoenix, AZ 85023 | 602 262 6575
Through a partnership between the award-winning nonprofit organization, Daring Adventures, and the City of Phoenix, community members can enjoy the twelve-acre, fully accessible park and inclusive outdoor recreation programs. Telephone Pioneer Park features two baseball fields, a therapeutic heated pool, an accessible playground, an 18-station accessible exercise course, racquetball, volleyball, tennis, basketball and shuffleboard. Ramadas, grills and picnic facilities are also available. Daring Adventures occupies, manages and oversees the inclusive outdoor recreation programs at Telephone Pioneer Park for the benefit of Phoenix residents and visitors.
4213 Sand Rd SE, Iowa City, IA 52240 | 319-356-5000
Terry Trueblood Recreation Area is located at the edge of Iowa City along the Iowa River. A paved trail runs around the lake and provides opportunities for walking, running, and biking. The trail is wide with gentle slopes, allowing for ease of maneuvering.