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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
3811 E. 12th St, Austin, TX 78721 | 512-974-2430
2100 E. 3rd St, Austin, TX 78702 | 512-978-2425
1100 Cumberland Rd, Austin, TX 78704 | 512-978-2440
1182 N Pleasant Valley Road , Austin, TX 78702 | 512-978-2465
2407 Canterbury St, Austin, TX 78702 | 512-978-2399
2608 Gonzales St, Austin, TX 78702 | 512-978-2460
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
S 2nd W & 3rd W, Rexburg, ID 83440 | (208) 359-3020
The City of Rexburg offers 5 main parks, including Porter Park. Named in honor of Arthur Porter Jr., Porter Park is situated in downtown Rexburg. It has picnic tables, playground equipment, a baseball field, a spray park, and jogging paths. There are many accessible paths, and three parking spaces for people with disabilities.
Cypress St. and Roser Terrace, Rome, NY 13440 | (315) 339-7656
According to the agency website: "The City of Rome’s “Bark Park” is where local dogs come to get exercise and socialization.
198 N Washington St., Rome, NY 13440 | (315) 339-7656
According to the Agency website, Colonial Park is one of Rome's many passive parks and can be used for picnics, walking, and other such activities.
500 North James St., Rome, NY 13440 | (315) 339-7656
According to the agency website, Fort Stanwix Park is one of several passive parks in the City of Rome. Picnics, walking, and other such activities are permitted. It should be noted that there is a federally operated Fort Stanwix also located in Rome.
500 West Embargo St., Rome, NY 13440 | (315) 339-7656
According to the agency website:
412 Spencer Street, Syracuse, NY 13204 | 315 473 4330
In accordance with the Department's mission, the Youth Recreation Division provides a wide range of drop in and registration-based recreational and educational opportunities to city youth through its operation of year-round neighborhood community centers and summer recreation programs.
160 Woodlawn Ave, Yonkers, NY 10704 | 914-377-6469
According to the Agency Website: The Mark Twain Pool and the Yonkers Department of Parks, Recreation and Conservation is an approved Training Center for the Starfish Aquatics Institute and an Authorized Provider for StarGuard™ and StarFish Swimming™. Starfish Swimming is a nationally recognized swim instruction curriculum developed by the Starfish Aquatics Institute (SAI).
251 Glen St., Glens Falls, NY 12801 | (518) 615-0446
This assessment was completed by the IRRC as part of the New York State Scenic Byways Program accessibility project managed by the Adirondack North Country Association, funded by the Federal Highway Administration and administered by the New York State Department of Transportation.
3 Town Place , Clarence, NY 14031 | 716-741-2650
The Clarence Public Library opened in September 2001 and is a part of the Buffalo and Erie County Public Library System.The Mission of the Clarence Public Library is "to provide opportunities for learning, recreation and personal growth for all the people of the Town of Clarence through the resources of the Clarence Public Library and the Buffalo and Erie County Public Library System of Western New York".
6105 East Seneca Turnpike, Jamesville, NY 13078 | (315)492-1590
According to the agency website: "Clark Reservation State Park is a geologic wonder of the last ice age and a botanist's paradise. The park's natural features include rugged cliffs and rocky outcrops, woodland and meadow, a wetland and a glacial plunge basin lake in which the surface waters and bottom waters do not mix. Fishermen can catch pickerel, bullheads and sunfish; while birdwatchers may observe cedar waxwings, kingfishers and woodpeckers. The Nature Center is open seasonally from mid-May through Labor Day. Guided nature walks leave from the Nature Center building, which also offers numerous exhibits. Hikers may choose from five trails, including the cliff trail, which has a ledge overlook 175 feet above the water."
715 Amelia Church Rd, Clayton, NC 27520, Clayton, NC 27520 | 919-553-1550
Over the years the parks department has grown with the addition of Clayton Community Park, All-Star Park, and East Clayton Community and Dog Park. In 2010, the Clayton Community Center opened as a new home for the department complete with an indoor walking trail, pottery and art room, and basketball court. The Recreation Department is responsible for miles of paved greenway throughout town, baseball, softball, and soccer fields, picnic shelters, and more. Clayton Parks and Recreation hosts youth and adult athletic leagues, Summer Camps, fitness, art and pottery classes, and more.