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Walden Oaks Country Club

3369 Walden Oaks Blvd, Cortland, NY 13045 | 607-753-9452

According to the Agency Website: Walden Oaks Country Club is a full service public golf course with a private feel. We are a fully integrated 18-hole championship golf course located in Cortland, NY. Our season typically runs from the last week in March thru December.

Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park

61 Parker Avenue, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601 | 845-834-2867

According to the Agency Website: In October 2009, the Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park opened as a legacy project of the Hudson-Fulton-Champlain Quadricentennial. The park provides access to the Hudson River's breathtaking landscape for pedestrians, hikers, joggers, bicyclists, and people with disabilities. The bridge deck stands 212 feet above the river's surface and is 6,768 feet (1.28 miles) long, making it the longest, elevated pedestrian bridge in the world.

Walnut Park

700 Harrison St, Syracuse, NY 13210 | (315) 473-4330

Walnut Park is a small park by Syracuse University. The park is divided into three sections of open space and organizations can apply to use those sections to hold events.

Walt Whitman State Historic Site

246 Old Walt Whitman Rd., Huntington Station, NY 11746 | 631-427-5240

According to the agency website: The birthplace one of America's great poet's, Walt Whitman, the house is an interesting example of unusual American architecture. Built c. 1819 by Whitman's father, this newly restored farmhouse is a New York State Historic Site and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The site houses historic nineteenth-century furniture, including an old schoolmaster's desk. Walt Whitman State Historic Site also features an interpretive center which includes more than 100 portraits, original letters, manuscripts, and artifacts. Additional on-site activities include guided tours, a film, giftshop/bookstore and a scenic picnic area.

Walt's Hobby Shop

2 Dwight Park Drive, Syracuse, NY 13209 | (315)453-2291

According to Agency's website: "Syracuse and Central New York's Best Hobby Shop! From radio control to model trains we carry everything you need to enjoy your chosed hobby! We'd love to see you at our shop! Stop by anytime we are open and say hello!"

Walter Pratt Memorial Park (DEC)

County Road 55, Brasher Falls, NY 13613 | (315)265-3090

According to the agency website: "The Walter Pratt Memorial Park features two accessible campsites designed for use with camper trailers. Each site has an accessible picnic table and a shared privy. There are also two accessible picnic sites and a privy located in the day use section of the park, the picnic tables overlook the impoundment at Redwater Dam. The park is open from mid-May to October, for camping and picnicking."

Walton Lanes Bowling Alley

4 Water Street, Walton, NY 13856 | (607) 865-4358

Walton Lanes bowling alley is public bowling facility that offers open bowling as well as organized league bowling.

Waneta Lake at Willowmoc Wild Forest (DEC)

687 Beaverkill Road, Livingston Manor, NY 12758 | (845)256-3083

According to the agency website: "Waneta Lake has an accessible fishing pier which offers fishing opportunities for largemouth bass, chain pickerel, yellow perch and pumpkinseeds. Waneta Lake also offers picnicking with an accessible picnic table. There is an accessible information kiosk, accessible parking and a seasonal accessible portable toilet.

Waneta Lake NYS DEC

Route 151, Beaverkill Road, Livingston Manor, NY 12561 | (845) 256-3064

Waneta Lake offers fishing opportunities for Largemouth Bass, Chain Pickerel, Yellow Perch and Pumpkinseeds. Waneta Lake also has a picnic area and is located within the Wilowemoc Wild Forest.

Waneta-Lamoka Wildlife Management Area Waneta-Lamoka Boat Launch- NYS DEC Region 8

319 County Road 23, Dundee (Hamlet of Tyrone), NY 14837 | 585-226-5400

There are three access points to these lakes; two car trailered launches and one EZ Launch for kayaks and canoes. In the past you were not able to access both Lakes from either side but the bridge underpass has been made larger so that boats may pass- a pontoon boat passed while we were accessing. The EZ launch does require a step down to access due to water levels. This is a very scenic waterway.

Wantagh Park

1 King Rd, Wantagh, NY 11793, Wantagh, NY 11793 | (516) 571-7460

Wantagh park is a part of Nassau county parks system created in 1961. The park has a pool, beach, gazebo, picnic tables, lighthouse, administration building, bathrooms, miniature golf course, boating dock, exercise equipment area, baseball/softball fields, tennis courts, fishing pier, locker room, fitness trail, and playground. There is public transportation to and from the park (bus/ train although buses arrive closer to the park). These options accommodate people in wheelchairs. For those who plan on going in the pool and use a wheelchair, make sure to notify staff if a hoyer (adaptive equipment to lift a person into the pool) is needed. This hoyer lifts up to 350 pounds. There are three parking lots all with accessible parking spaces. There are ramps for getting in the above ground buildings with bathrooms. There are three bathrooms, one by the pool, then the picnic area, and lastly the playground.

Wantagh World Gym

3728 Park Ave., Wantagh , NY 11793 | (516) 882-1314

Wantagh World Gym has been apart of Wantagh, New York since 1976 with 200 other locations. At the gym, there are locker rooms/ bathrooms, gym facility, camps and administration. There is no public transportation to this gym but does offer parking spots to assist any individual with a disability. This gym is user friendly for someone using a wheelchair, and the staff does a great job accommodating anyone who may need further assistance. World Gym offers personal training for someone with disabilities to further improve quality of life.

Ward W. O'Hara Agricultural Museum

6914 East Lake Road, Auburn, NY 13021 | (315) 252-7644

The Ward W. O'Hara Agricultural Museum of Cayuga County features farm and home implements of all kinds that revolutionized the American way of life. Exhibit themes and topics include: harvest equipment, lumber equipment, creamery, broom making, fiber processing, feed and food processing, machinery, wagons, homestead furninshings, blacksmith and wood shop.

Warminster Community Park

1100 Veterans Way, Warminster, PA 18974 | 215-443-5428

The Warminster Parks & Recreation provides information and partnership with special events and community services. Warminster Community Park oversees 420 acres of peaceful recreation areas in 13 parks. Warminster Community Park is 240 acres, with many trails. Along the trails are exercise equipment as well as a playground, basketball court, and soccer fields. Warminster Parks & Recreation recognizes the importance of recreation for everyone. Many of the facilities are barrier-free. They adapt their park to make it accessible to persons with disabilities. They welcome anyone to let them know if they have any adaptations so they can help as many people as possible enjoy the quality leisure services available.

Warren W. Clute Memorial Park and Campground

155 S. Clute Park Drive, Watkins Glen, NY 14891 | (607) 535-4438

Warren W. Clute Memorial Park and Campground is located on Seneca Lake and offers 35 acres of family recreation. The park provides swimming, picnicking, bocce, a skate park and campground. It has been carefully planned and landscaped to be a wholesome family recreation spot. The campground offers full hook-up sites with electric (20, 30, and 50 amp), water, sewer, and cable. Tent sites and dock rentals are also available.

Warrensburg Historic Mills District Park

Rivers St. and Commercial Ave, Warrensburg, NY 12885 | (518) 623-9511

According to the agency website: "Located on River Street (across from Commercial Avenue & Curtis Lumber)

Warrensburg Public Boat Launch

90 Lake Ave, Warrensburg, NY 12885 | (518) 623-9511

The boat launch is off Lake Avenue. There is a dirt road down to Echo Lake where users may launch their vessels. However, there is no parking at the launch.

Warrensburg Recreation Field #4

Bluebird Lane and Golf Course Road, Warrensburg, NY 12885 | (518) 623-9511

This field is off-campus from the other recreation fields in Warrensburg. It is predominately used as a baseball field.

Warrensburg Recreation Fields

Library Ave & Sanford St., Warrensburg, NY 12885 | (518) 623-9511

According to the agency website: "The park is located on Library Street.

Warrensburgh Museum of Local History

3754 Main Street, Warrensburg, New York 12885 | (518) 623-2928

Warrior Fitness Center

3705 Freedom Circle, Nellis Air Force Base, NV 89191 | 702-652-4891

Warrior Fitness Center has over 110,000 square feet and almost $1 million in new equipment. Featuring three basketball courts, an indoor running track, a full spectrum of weight lifting, cardio equipment, and an indoor swimming pool. Additionally, the entire facility is Wounded Warrior friendly and will be able to aid our wounded and disabled veterans on their paths to recovery.

Washington's Headquarters State Historic Site

84 Liberty St., Newburgh , NY 125511 | 845-562-1195

According to the agency website: Visit the nation's first publicly owned historic site and tour the rooms where American history was made. In the critical months that General George Washington spent at Newburgh, he made some of his most important contributions to shaping the American republic. It was here that Washington rejected the idea that he should be king after the war; ended the Newburgh conspiracy, preventing military control of the government; created and awarded the Badge of Military Merit, forerunner of the Purple Heart; and circulated a letter to State Governors that influenced the writing of the Constitution.

Waterson Point State Park

44927 Cross Island Road, Fineview, NY 13640 | 315-482-2722


Watersound Beach Club

146 Dune Drift Ln, Watersound, FL 32461 | (850) 534-2500

Situated along one of Northwest Florida’s most breathtaking coastlines, WaterSound Beach Club invites you to unwind and relax, whether enjoying the Gulf breezes at the upstairs bar, comfortably settled in a lounge chair under a cabana at the pool, or basking in the sunshine on sugar-white sand beaches and turquoise waters–a place where traditions will continue for generations (from website)

Watertown Municipal Arena

600 William T Field Drive, Watertown, NY 13601 | (315)785-7775

The Watertown Municipal Arena is used throughout the year. In the summer season from April to September, the Arena "serves the community for concerts, trade shows, the Jefferson County Fair, festivals, charity events and other community affairs." For the winter season, October to March, "public skating is available daily with skate rentals for toddlers to the adult."

Watertown Parks and Recreation Playground locations

600 William T Drive, Watertown, NY 13601 | (315)785-7775

Please note: all the information on the playgrounds are found in the specialty tools section.

Watertown Rotary Public Fishing Deck Access

Marble Street, Watertown, NY 13601 | (315)785-7775

According to agency website: "Watertown Rotary Fishing Access and Car-top Launch is located along the Black River on Rt. 3 just inside the City boundary line opposite Marble Street Park. Signage is visible from Rt. 3."

Waterworks Park

1630 Huntington Street, Watertown, NY 13601 | (315)785-7775

Located on Huntingtons street, this park "provides magnificent Black River scenic views, trails, and picnic areas."

Watkins Glen Library

610 S Decatur Street, Watkins Glen, NY 14891 | (607)535-2346

According to their website: “The Watkins Glen Public Library was founded as the Ladies' Library in 1870 in one room on the second floor of the National Bank Building. It occupied rooms in five locations until 1940, when it moved to several lovely upstairs rooms in the new Watkins Glen Municipal Building. Chartered first as a school district public library in 1896, in 1954 the charter was extended to correspond to the newly formed Watkins Glen Central School District. By the 1980's, Trustees recognized that the library had outgrown its space, and that the second floor location was not freely accessible to all. In 1987 the library settled in at 610 South Decatur Street, with a street-level building of its own. Circulation jumped as the library became a community crossroads. That same year a special collection on Career and Business Information was established in memory of Sandra Franzese Black, and a collection on Motor Racing History was housed in an alcove dedicated to the Collier Brothers, Miles and Sam. By the late '90s the Motor Racing collection had overflowed its alcove, and a new addition was built in honor of the 50th anniversary of racing in Watkins Glen. The addition became the International Motor Racing Research Center at Watkins Glen, an independent nonprofit organization. “

Watkins Glen State Park

1009 N Franklin St, Watkins Glen, NY 14891 | (607)535-4511

According to the agency website: "Watkins Glen State Park is the most famous of the Finger Lakes State Parks, with a reputation for leaving visitors spellbound. Within two miles, the glen's stream descends 400 feet past 200-foot cliffs, generating 19 waterfalls along its course. The gorge path winds over and under waterfalls and through the spray of Cavern Cascade. Rim trails overlook the gorge. Campers and day-visitors can enjoy the Olympic-size pool, scheduled summer tours through the gorge, tent and trailer campsites, picnic facilities and excellent fishing in nearby Seneca Lake or Catherine Creek, which is renowned for its annual spring run of rainbow trout."