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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.

Cherry Hill Lanes North

6697 Dixie Hwy , Clarkston, MI 48346 | 248-625-5011

The Cherry Hill Lanes North bowling alley is a fun, entertaining place for anyone to enjoy. They offer a large amount of activities for all people, including those with varying ability levels. Cherry Hill offers 36 lanes of bowling as well as a game room with pool tables, sit down games, and more. There is also a concession area for food, and a large amount of tables all around the facility sit at. Cherry Hill offers bowling lessons, clubs, leagues, birthday parties, and so much more. Any and all ages are welcome and accommodations can be made to suit everyone!

Cherry Plains State Park

10 State Park Road , Petersburg, NY 12138 | (518) 733-5400

According to the agency website: "Cherry Plain State Park has 175 acres and features a sandy beach on Black River Pond, with bathhouse and comfort station nearby. Picnic grounds and a boat launch are adjacent to the beach. The park also has bridle paths and hiking, biking and nature trails that serve for cross-country skiing in winter. Anglers fish for bass, bullheads and pickerel and may also ice fish in winter.

Cherry Valley Community Center

2 Genesee Street, Cherry Valley, NY 13320 | (607)264-8195

According to the agency website: "The CVCFC is formed for the purposes of restoring the former school building for a range of charitable community purposes. This includes offering cultural programming and encouraging arts-related business ventures as well as maintaining an arts and local interest reference materials collection. Our mission includes not only presenting educational enrichment programs but also providing space for education or training offerings made by other organizations. We participate in economic development programs and work with existing social services agencies to facilitate programs in Northern Otsego County. We actively provide shared or dedicated facilities for senior citizen & teen social functions. In conjunction with Village and Town agencies we provide community recreation facilities. We offer technical assistance to resident activities. We help facilitate the preservation of other significant Cherry Valley structures. We conduct any & all lawful activities that may be useful in accomplishing the stated purposes.

Children's Museum of History Science and Technology (The)

311 Main Street, Utica, NY 13501 | (315)724-6129

Do you remember the first time you walked through our museum’s doors and gazed in wonder at all the sights before you? Remember the excitement you felt when you explored all the hands-on exhibits, dug for a fossil, peered through a microscope, and traveled to the edges of the galaxy? You’re not alone. Our Children’s Museum has been inspiring children of all ages for almost 48 years. It started with the dream of the Junior League, who inspired a community to create a center for exploring, discovering, and learning. Over the years, many people have had a hand in CM’s success and the museum has grown from a one room display to a state-of-the-art facility that serves thousands of people each year.

Children's Museum of Manhattan

212 West 83rd Street, New York, NY 10024 | (212) 721-1234

The Children’s Museum of Manhattan is located at 212 West 83rd Street, New York, NY; accessible from mass transportation conveniently steps away from restaurants, Barnes & Nobles, theaters and other shops.

Chimney Bluffs State Park

8105 Garnder Rd., Wolcott, NY 14590 | (315) 947-5205

According to the Park Website: Land and water clash at Chimney Bluffs, sculpting the most dramatic landscape on the Lake Ontario shore. You can experience massive earthen spires from above or along the lakeshore on nature trails. Day-use services include picnic areas, nature trails and restrooms.

Chipper Lanes Bowling Alley

100 Nickel St,, Broomfield , CO 80020 | 303-466-9700

Chipper's Lanes is a Bowling Alley located in Broomfield Colorado. The Chipper Lanes staff works hard to accommodate and support patrons of all ability levels. They have various bowling deals and programs which run throughout the year.

Chittenango Falls State Park

2300 Rathbun Rd., Cazenovia , NY 13035 | 315-637-6111

According to the agency website: A picturesque 167 foot waterfall is the main attraction of Chittenango Falls State Park! Glacial sculpting over 400 million year-old bedrock is responsible for this scenic feature. An interesting variety of both plants and wildlife may be found along the trails. Visitors can view the falls from the top, walk the winding trail into the gorge view the falls from the footbridge and return to the top along the small trail on the opposite side of the gorge. Activities include fishing, hiking and picnicking.

Chittning Pond Fishing Area (DEC)

8646 US 20, Waterville, NY 13480 | (315)785-2263

According to the agency website: "Chittning Lake affords anglers ample shoreline access, making it easy to target the abundant panfish population. A bobber and worm will catch most fish in the lake. If you target the largemouth bass or chain pickerel, you may want to try weedless or top water baits since the weedbeds can be quite extensive. Largemouth bass over 17 inches have been reported."

Chris Greene Lake

4748 Chris Greene Lake Rd. , Charlottesville, VA 22911 | (434) 296-5844

Chris Green Lake is a beautiful body of water located in Charlottesville, Virginia. The lake is open from Memorial Day weekend to Labor day, during daylight hours. In order to fish at the lake an individual must hold a Virginia State Fishing License. An ample supply of sunfish, channel catfish, and largemouth bass are stocked at the lake. The fishing pier is wheel chair accessible. There is a fishing area near the entrance of the pier on both sides that is wheelchair accessible. If your are using a boat the boat must meet U.S. Coast Guard requirements. Gasoline powered motors prohibited. Electric motors are allowed. The lake also has a canoe launch that is very popular during the summer months.

Cicero Family Sports Center

5575 Meltzer Court, Cicero, NY 13039 | (315) 752-9622

The Cicero Family Sports Center is a place for the entire family to enjoy, whether it is being a part of a fitness class, working out in the fitness center or playing in the gym.

Cicero Twin Ice Rinks

5575 Meltzer Court, Cicero, NY 13039 | (315) 752-7465

Cicero Twin ice Rinks provides opportunities for open skating, parties and league hockey, including sled hockey.

Cinema Saver

19 Madison Avenue, Endicott, NY 13748 | 607-757-2916

The Cinema Saver is a clean, friendly and affordable movie theater that offers second run movies (with 3D) at discount rates.

Cinemapolis at Ithaca

120 East Green Street, Ithaca, NY 14850 | (607) 277-6115

Cinemapolis is a locally owned, community-oriented theatre showing mostly independent films. Workshops are also provided on various topics including the art of film. Please visit the website for information on film showtimes and ticket prices.

Circles Center

1033 Danby Rd, Ithaca, NY 14850 | (607) 274-1474

The Circles Community Building is a staffed, multi-purpose facility which provides a variety of amenities and services to Circle Apartment residents. Inside are fitness, mail, self-service laundry, and recreation rooms for use by Circle residents. The Community Building also features "The Circles Market" a convenience store for Circle residents (open 5:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. daily). Outside is a visitor parking area and a patio.

City College of New York - Nat Holman Gymnasium

160 Convent Avenue, New York, NY 10031 | (212) 650-7550

Named after the CCNY coaching legend, Nat Holman Gymnasium is home to the Men's and Women's Basketball teams, Men's and Women's Volleyball teams, and the Women's Fencing team. Located in the Jeremiah H. Mahoney Hall, in the basement level of the Marshak Science Building, the Nat Holman Gym is also used for various intramural events and activities. The 30,000 square-foot facility seats 2,000 people and features 5 basketball courts, 6 volleyball courts and an indoor track. The Nat Holman Gymnasium has also been the site for PSALHigh School games and various other camps, events and programs.

City Health Club

402 W. Green St., Ithaca, NY 14850 | 607-319 4663

The City Health Club is a facility that assists in serving the recreational needs of the Ithaca community. It is a facility that promotes inclusion of all people regardless of age or ability. The center offers many specialized programs, free weights, exercise machines, group fitness and has many more resources at their disposal.

City of Austin PARD - Givens Recreation Center

3811 E. 12th St, Austin, TX 78721 | 512-974-2430

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City of Austin PARD - Pan Am Recreation Center

2100 E. 3rd St, Austin, TX 78702 | 512-978-2425

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City of Austin PARD - South Austin Recreation Center

1100 Cumberland Rd, Austin, TX 78704 | 512-978-2440

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City of Austin PARD- Delores Duffie Recreation Center

1182 N Pleasant Valley Road , Austin, TX 78702 | 512-978-2465

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City of Austin PARD- Metz Recreation Center

2407 Canterbury St, Austin, TX 78702 | 512-978-2399

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City of Austin PARD- Paque Zaragosa Recreation Center

2608 Gonzales St, Austin, TX 78702 | 512-978-2460

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City of Canandaigua Parks and Recreation Department

2 N. Main Street , Canandaigua , NY 14424 | 585-396-5080

According to the agency website: "The Parks and Recreation Department provides numerous recreational activities and events; maintains all city parks, cemeteries and grounds; and maintains all trees on city property and right-of-ways, including those between sidewalks and the street curb.

City of Goose Creek

519a North Goose Creek Blvd, Goose Creek, SC 29445 | (843) 569-4242

The City of Goose Creek Recreation Department provides a wide variety of quality programs and facilities for our residents.

City of Las Vegas Centennial Hills Active Adult Center

6601 N Buffalo Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89131 | (702) 229-1702

The center includes a city-run active adult center and facilities run by the YMCA. The Active Adult Center serves adults age 50 and older. Active adults can enroll in exercise or educational classes, learn how to use a computer, play a game of cards or socialize with friends.

City of Little Rock Therapeutic Recreation Adult Program

7201 Dahlia Drive, Little Rock, AR 72209 | 501-570-1131

The City of Little Rock Therapeutic Recreation Program is an advocate for the disability community. The City of Little Rock Therapeutic Recreation is passionate about providing services for people with disabilities. The staff is very helpful, kind, and open to the needs of anyone looking for therapeutic recreation services. Several programs and services are offered, from day programs to camps to arts festivals. Great place for anyone in the Little Rock metro area looking for therapeutic recreation services.

City of Onalaska Parks and Recreation Riverfront: Great River Landing

107 South Court Street , Onalaska , WI 54650 | (608) 781- 9560

The Great River Landing is a special place to visit because of its natural beauty, culture, recreational activities and Onalaska-friendly atmosphere. It’s a place that once you visit, you will always want to come back to.

City of Peoria Community Center

8335 W. Jefferson St. , Peoria , AZ 85345 | 623-773-7436

The city of Peoria is built around inclusion, and the community center on Jefferson is a prime example. All areas of the community center are built with the idea that all peoples should be able to participate in activities with the city of Peoria. The programs are aimed at meeting the leisure needs of all citizens, improving the quality of life. The staff is trained to provide quality experiences and interactions at every level. The physical area, administrative practices, and programs all show the city's dedication to inclusion and accessibility. This facility can be accessed without any prior contact and be inclusive; if you are concerned, a call to the front desk will help with any further accommodations.