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Carthage Turning Point Park

Carthage, NY |

"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.”

Cascades Indoor Water Park at Greek Peak Hope Lake Lodge

2177 Clute Road, Cortland, NY 13045 | (877) 965-6343

Cascades Indoor Waterpark provides activities for all ages and swimming abilities.The whole family will find something to love, including: 3-story tube slide, wave pool, activity pool, wading pool, multi-level structure complete with 500 gallon deluge bucket, hot tubs, and an outdoor pool.

Casey Park, Auburn

152 North Division Street, Auburn, NY 13021 | (315) 253-4247

Casey Park, located in Auburn, is a wonderful city park. Directly behind Falcon Park, home of the Auburn Doubledays, Casey offers swimming, baseball/softball, basketball, and tennis in the summer months, as well as ice skating in the winter. A trail connects the outdoor sport fields and offers a great opportunity for a leisurely stroll to enjoy nature. There are designated picnic areas which provide for an enjoyable area to eat a meal, or just relax. Casey Park is also an animal friendly environment, where many individuals enjoy spending quality time with their animals.

Casey Park, Homer

Route 11, Homer, NY 13077 | (607) 749-2161

Casey Field offers a wide open space with 2 different fields that can be used for soccer or lacrosse.

Cass Park Ice Rink

701 Taughannock Blvd, Ithaca, NY 14850 | (607) 273-1090

Public skating sessions are one of our main attractions at Cass Park Rink & Pool. Skating provides great exercise and an opportunity to get out of the house - plus, it's not like exercising at the gym... skating is fun! Lace-em up and come join the others. Get on the ice and get ready for a great experience.

Cassadaga Lake (DEC)

8237 Glasgow Rd., Cassadaga, NY 14718 |

According to the agency website: Cassadaga Lake is located in northern Chautauqua County. Three interconnected lakes make up the lake and is the headwaters of Cassadaga Creek. Public boat launching and fishing access is provided at a DEC operated site located at the north end of Middle Cassadaga Lake, on Glasgow Road. The facility has a hard surface ramp and parking for 20 cars and trailers. Cassadaga Lake has an accessible fishing platform at the boat launch site on Middle Lake.

Casterline Pond (DEC)

Route 11, Homer, NY 13077 | (607)753-3095

Casterline Pond is a fishing access point owned by the DEC. The fishing pier and adjacent portable toilet are both wheelchair accessible. The pond is stocked annually with Rainbow Trout and Brown Trout. Casterline Pond is located on Route 11 in Homer, next to the Morton Building Company.

Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum

1031 Old Route 17, Livingston Manor, 12758 | (845) 439-4810

According to the Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum website, the Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum is a nonprofit, educational organization dedicated to preserving America's fly fishing heritage; teaching its future generations of fly fishers; and protecting its fly fishing environment. The mission is carried out by operating a museum, an education center and, in the near future, an environmental research center. The Center and Museum collects, cares for, initerprets, and displays angling equipment, art, and artifacts in a way that explains the traditions and techniques of fly fishing. It conducts educational programs in river ecology, angling history and streamcraft, including fishing etiquette, fly tying, fly casting, aquatic entomology, and stream improvement.

Catskill Outdoor Education Center

Delhi, 13753 | (607) 746-4112

the Catskills Outdoor Education Center is located 2 miles south of Delhi, NY and is affiliated with SUNY Delhi. There are a variety of oudoor activities that visitors can take part in, including walking, hiking, jogging, wildlife viewing, fishing, photography and more. There is also a butterfly garden and a labyrinth that visitors can wolk through. There are programs offered through the Center (e.g., maple sugaring in the fall). For informaton on programs beign offered and times, please contact the Center.

Caumsett State Historic Park

25 Lloyd Harbor Rd., Huntington , NY 11743 | 631-423-1770

According to the agency website: Caumsett State Historic Park Preserve, situated on a scenic peninsula extending into Long Island Sound, offers miles of bridle paths, walking, jogging, hiking, biking, cross-country skiing and nature trails over acres of woodland, meadows, rock shoreline and salt marsh. The park has beautiful gardens, excellent fishing and scuba diving by permit. In 1921 Marshall Field III purchased 1750 acres of Lloyd Neck to create one large estate. He named the land after its Matinecock Indian name, Caumsett, which means "place by a sharp rock."

Cayuga Lake Cruises

708 West Buffalo Street, Ithaca, NY 14850 | (607) 256-0898

The Cayuga Lake Cruises offers dinner cruises, luncheon cruises, brunch cruises, cocktail and happy hour cruises on Cayuga Lake. Reservations are required.

Cayuga Lake State Park

2678 Lower Lake Road, Seneca Falls, NY 13148 | (315)568-5163

According to the agency website: "Cayuga Lake State Park's terrain is flat at lakeshore, where the beach and sun lawns are, then slopes gently uphill to campsites and cabins. The scenic highlight of the park is its expansive view of Cayuga Lake. In the shallow water near the park, largemouth bass, bullheads and carp thrive. In deeper water, anglers can catch northern pike, small mouth bass, lake trout, landlocked salmon and many other varieties of fish. The park has a boat launch, playground, playing field.

Cayuga Nature Center

1420 Taughannock Blvd., Ithaca, NY 14850 | (607) 273-6260

The Cayuga Nature Center provides an opportunity for nature enthusiasts of all ages and abilities to learn about environmental and outdoor education in a fun and engaging way. Their staff is open to serving every person they can accommodate within reason in order to assure that everyone is given the best possible experience.

Cayuga Ridge Estate Winery

3800 Route 89, Ovid, NY 14521 | (607)869-5159

Cayuga Ridge Estate Winery has been owned and operated by the Challen family for the past twenty years. The winery offers wine tastings in the rustic barn with a great view of Cayuga Lake. The winery also offers tours once a day on Saturday and Sunday.

Caz Sports Bowl

3 Carriage Lane, Cazenovia, NY 13035 | (315) 655-3000

Caz Sports Bowl offers bowling leagues for all ages and skill level. They have Rock and Bowl on Friday and Saturday nights with music and colorful lights. During daily hours the lanes are open for anyone who would like to come in. Birthday parties are welcome. There is a concession stand and a restaurant/bar available.

Cazenovia Middle School After-school program

31 Emory Drive, Cazenovia, NY 13035 | (315) 655-1317

CCC State Historic Site at McDonaugh State Forest (DEC)

Preston, NY 13830 | (607)-674-4017

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Access To Independence of Cortland County, Inc.

26 North Main Street, Cortland, NY 13045 | 607-753-7363

Access to Independence of Cortland County empowers people with disabilities to lead independent lives in their community and strives to open doors to full participation and access for all. They strive to lead the community towards an all-inclusive future where discrimination and physical barriers no longer exist. They believe that all people with disabilities have the right to control their own lives, make their own decisions and to participate fully in society. They offer programs and services such as Youth Transition Services, Peer Mentoring, Accessibility Construction, Independent Living Skills Training, Peer Counseling, Computer Lab resources and Training, etc. Their facility is welcoming and open to people of all abilities. They have partnerships at a local, state and nation wide level. Staff are friendly, inviting and helpful.

Cedar House Bowling Center

813 West Genesee Street, Skaneateles, NY 13152 | (315) 685-5117

Cedar House Bowling Alley is a great place for everyone to go to recreate and enjoy with family and friends alike. Cedar House offers inclusion programs on Wednesday afternoons called Pin Pals and they are hoping on getting more programs like this started up in the near future. They are open to any suggestions that will make your recreation experience better.

Cedar Island State Park

County Route 93 , Hammond, NY 13646 | (315) 482-3331

According to their website: Cedar Island State Park takes up half of the island. The park is favored by people who appreciate quiet boating, fishing and beautiful scenery. The park's campsites are lightly-wooded, with a day-use area and picnic pavilion nearby.

Cedar Point State Park

36661 Cedar Point State Park Drive , Clayton, NY 13624 | (315) 654-2522

According to their website: Cedar Point State Park, one of the oldest state parks in New York, is a popular spot, offering excellent camping, fishing, boating and swimming. The beach is sheltered and sandy, there are docks for boats, a fishing pier and picnic grounds. From the overlook area, visitors can watch ocean-going freighters pass by.

Chalybeate Park

Main Street, Sharon Springs, NY 13459 |

Chalybeate Park is located in the Village of Sharon Springs on Main Street. It is the location of summer concerts, community festivals and is open to community use. It has a pavilion with picnic tables, a gazebo, adirondack style chairs throughout the park and a 10 station fit trail. The park is down a hill from Main Street but does have accessible parking off Division Street. There is also a charging station there for electric powered cars. Summer concerts are held on Wednesday evening. The three major festivals held throughout the Village include the spring Garden Party in May, the Harvest Festival in September and the Victorian Christmas in December.

Champions for Life Sports Center

453 Grant Avenue, Auburn, NY 13021 | (315) 252-9305 or 800-282-FLIP

Champions for Life Sports Center is a 50,000 sq. ft. multi-sports complex located in the heart of the Finger Lakes in Auburn, New York. The center is operated by Champions For Life, Inc. a non-profit organization that was founded in 1983 with the mission to develop virtues and character through

Chapel Park

83 Personius Rd., Pine City, NY 14871 | 607-732-4265

The Town of Southport Parks & Recreation department offers youth services, recreation opportunities and senior citizens programs. Their main offices and the majority of their amenities are located at Chapel Park. Chapel park has a large complex of baseball and softball fields as well as a large playground, tennis courts and pickleball courts, and a half mile long paved loop for walking and running. The Town of Southport parks and recreation department is currently partnered with the Inclusive Recreation Resource Center on the Youth Inclusion Project which enhances inclusive program practices and helps to provide more inclusive environments for all people but in particular for youth of various backgrounds. Please contact the parks and recreation department with any questions or for information on use and reservations.

Charles R. Wood Theater

207 Glen Street, Glens Falls, 12801 | (518) 798-9663

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Chautauqua Lake Fish and Wildlife Management Area Hunting Blind (DEC)

3264 NY 394, Ashville, NY 14710 |

According to agency website: Chautauqua Lake F&WMA is located six miles northwest of the City of Jamestown on Chautauqua Lake in Chautauqua County. The F&WMA encompasses three sites: Tom's Point, Cheney Farm and Stow Farm. An accessible trail and combination hunting blind/observation deck was developed on the Stow Farm site. This will provide access to the lake for waterfowl hunting and wildlife observation.

Chazy Lake Boat Launch

Boat Launch Road, Ellenburg Depot, NY 12935 | (518)402-8920

This boat launch is located in Clinton county off highway 374, 5 miles west of the Village of Dannemora. This hard surface launch has parking for 20 cars with trailers and 10 cars without trailers.

Chelsea Recreation Center

430 West 25th Street, New York, NY 10001 | (212) 255 - 3705

According to the website: "A state-of-the-art facility, the Chelsea Recreation Center is a neighborhood gem that boasts eclectic offerings for New Yorkers of all ages. Chelsea is one of the largest recreation centers in the city, and visitors make full use of its crisp facilities and extensive sports, arts, and educational programming for kids and adults alike. The center features a six-lane, 25-yard pool, a gymnasium with basketball and volleyball courts, plus fitness rooms, a dance studio, a game room, and an arts and crafts room. Fitness classes offered range from gymnastics and ballet to aerobics and yoga. Beyond athletics, the center also hosts teen open mic nights, a hip-hop club, drama hour, and senior painting workshops, to name a few. In addition, the Computer Resource Center provides free computer access and instruction for skills such as word processing, internet use, web design, and desktop publishing."

Chenango Valley State Park

153 State Park Road, Chenango Forks, NY 13746 | 607-648-5251

Chenango Valley State Park, located near Binghamton, NY, is an ice age wonder. Its two lakes, Lily and Chenango, were created when the last glacier retreated and left behind huge chunks of buried ice which melted to form the lakes and bog. Birdwatchers may glimpse woodpeckers, nut hatches, warblers and thrushes along woodland trails and herons, ducks and kingfishers lakeside. Fishermen will find trout, bass, perch and bullhead in Chenango Lake. Campers can choose from among 216 campsites and 24 cabins and golfers will appreciate the 18-hole golf course. Ice skating, sledding and cross-country ski trails attract visitors in winter. The Edge Trail may be accessible for most users.

Chenango Valley State Park Golf Course

153 State Park Road, Chenengo Forks, NY 13746 | (607)648-9700

According to the agency website: "Located in Chenango Valley State Park in scenic Broome County, the original 9-hole course, known as Riverside Golf Course, was designed by engineer James Evans and landscape architect Laurie Cox and constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s. In 1967 the course was redesigned by Hal Purdy and expanded to 18 holes. It offers players many challenges from tight, irrigated tree-lined fairways to rolling terrain, undulating greens, and difficult approach shots.