YMCA Storer Camps
6941 North Stony Lake Road, Jackson, MI 49201 | (517) 536-8607
YMCA Storer Camps is a summer camp and retreat center. This camp hosts different school age groups for outdoor education and retreats during the school year. During the summer months camp runs as a summer camp facility. The organization puts a big emphasis on the final two words of the mission, For All. They strive to meet their mission with all programs that they provide year round. Staff believe it is important to include all participants that come visit here. It is advised that you call ahead of time and speak with the camps welcome staff in the main office about special needs and/or accommodations. YMCA Storer Camps will work with you or your family to ensure that you have the best experience during your stay.
17 Riverdale Ave, Yonkers, NY 10701 | (914) 963-0183
According to the agency website: "The Yonkers Family YMCA is committed to diversity and inclusion for all. We are focused on uplifting our community through the positive development of our youth, promotion of healthy living and fulfilling our social responsibility. We believe in social justice and are guided by a strong spiritual foundation. We work globally and locally for the overall success of our community”.
Yorktown Stage Theatre
1974 Commerce Street, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598 | (914) 962-0606
Located in Northern Westchester county, the Yorktown Stage Theatre provides accessible, quality and affordable community theatre. The theatre offers plays, musicals and theatre camp. Check out their website for more information on ticket prices and upcoming shows.
Youngs Road/ Little River Waterway Access Site (DEC)
247 Youngs Road, Star Lake, NY 13690 | (315)265-3090
According to the agency website: "Located just south of the hamlet of Star Lake, this site provides access to a remote stretch of the Little River above Schuler falls. The site includes designated parking and an access route to the water with a level parallel surface at the water's edge."
Ayrault Boat Launch
426 Ayrault Road, , NY |
Ayrault Road Boat Launch is located off of Ayrault Road in the northwest quadrant of Perinton and is an access point for small watercraft appropriate to the Erie Canal. It provides both docks and a boat ramp, and has parking designed to accommodate boat trailers. This area is designed for those who enjoy kayaking or canoeing on the Erie Canal. Please note that there is a Boardsafe kayak/canoe launch located just down the canal, not far, in the village of Fairport. Although this boat launch is not connected to other parks or trails by land, boaters can access other parks along the canal such as Bushnell’s Basin.
3939 State Route 281, Cortland, NY 13045 | (607) 662-0313
Anytime Fitness is the world’s largest 24-hour, co-ed fitness company! Always open. Close to work and home. Exceptional workout at an exceptional price! Stop by our fitness club TODAY! Our staffed hours are: Monday – Thursday: 10am – 8pm, and Friday: 10am – 5pm. Saturday and Sunday: By appointment. Please call during staffed hours to make appointments.
YWCA of Cortland
14 Clayton Avenue, Cortland, NY 13045 | (607) 753-9651
"The YWCA of Cortland strives to meet the needs of women and their families in our community, We consider ourselves an "umbrella" organization - because we offer such diverse programs that take care of Cortland. Our core program areas are:
337 Hempstead Turnpike, Suite 1, West Hempstead, NY 11552 | (516) 408-5123
ZenSmash is a rage room that can be enjoyed by all. People can come to relieve stress by breaking items. Read more at www.ZenSmash.com.
Zoar Valley Gorge (DEC)
Cattaragus, NY 14719 | (716)372-0645
According to the Agency Website: The 3,014-acre Zoar Valley Multiple Use Area (MUA) is one of the most scenic and ecologically diverse environmental areas in Western New York. The Zoar Valley MUA is known for the spectacular scenery created by its deep gorge, sheer cliffs, flowing waterfalls, and dense forests. Zoar Valley MUA features an accessible parking lot, trail, and viewing platform at the end of Forty Road. The universally accessible trail leads 0.6-miles from the parking area to a scenic overlook platform where the road once crossed the creek.