32088 US-6, Golden, CO 80403 | 303-271-5925
Big Easy Trailhead and Clear Creek Canyon Park is a very accessible picnic area and trail. The approaches to the bathroom, fishing, and picnic area, although about 75 yards from the parking area, are wide and paved. The park toilets are large and clean, with bars and plenty of room for a wheelchair to move around in. There is a lever door with no automatic opener. The Peaks to Plains trail accessed by this trail head is also 10 feet wide and paved, but it does go uphill pretty much right after the bridge. It is a great trail because there is plenty of room for both cyclists and wheelchairs to share the trail.
1223 Salt Springs Road, Chittenango, NY 13088 | (315)687-3300
According to the agency website: "Clear Path empowers military members, veterans, and their families through traditional and non-traditional, wellness-enhancing programming delivered in a safe and family-centered environment, while integrating community-based programs and services into a holistic network of supportive resources spanning central and upstate New York." One of Clear Paths biggest strengths is that the programs are designed and produced with the veterans needs in mind.
Clear Pond Road, Parishville, NY 13672 | (315)265-3090
According to the agency website: "DEC's Clear Pond waterway access, picnic and camping site, completed in 2011, features an accessible path to the water's edge and designated accessible parking, along with an accessible tent camping site across the road. The campsite features a new accessible privy, a large area with a hardened surface, and an accessible picnic table with a great view of the pond.
34 West Main Street, Babylon, NY 11702 | (631) 669-3399
Clearview Cinemas is a small movie theater with very friendly and helpful staff. They are knowlageable and eager to help in anyway they can. Contact Clearview Cinemas or visit their website online to learn more about ticket prices and movie showtimes.
93 Knollwood Rd, White Plains, NY 10607 | (914) 946-4681
The Clearview Cinema website provides theater locations, showtimes, and movie previews. It is laid out in a easy to read format. It also provides information on how to contact individual theaters as well as corporate headquarters. You can also purchase your tickets on the website.
W. Genessee Street, Skaneatles, NY 13152 | (315) 685-2266
The Town of Skaneatles Waterfront area is located in the village of Skaneateles within Clift Park on Skaneateles Lake. There are several benches and a 5' wide, cement walkway along the waterfront. The waterfront offers a roped area for public swimming open to the public in July and August when lifeguards are on duty 7 days a week from 11am-7pm (weather permitting). In order to access the lake, patrons cross a grassy area that leads to slate stairs that descend to a cement ramp into the lake. Residents swim for free with a season swim pass available at the Skaneateles Community Center or Town Hall. Daily admission fees for non-residents are collected at Clift Park.
475 Moe Road, Clifton Park, NY 12065 | (518) 371-8622
The Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library is classified as a Special District Public Library and is located in Southern Saratoga County in upstate NY. The Library is a member of the Southern Adirondack Library System (SALS) which serves Hamilton, Saratoga, Warren, and Washington Counties.
339 N Locust Point Rd, Mechanicsburg, PA 17050 | (717)795-9580
36 Kirkland Avenue, Clinton, NY 13323 | (315) 853-5617
The Clinton Arena of Clinton, NY is an indoor rink and is open seasonally from October 1st to March 31st. The Arena offers Public Skating as well as Figure Skating & Ice Skating Lessons. They also offer both Adult and Youth Ice Hockey programs and leagues. Ice Hockey Clinics, Birthday Parties and Special Events are also available.
549 Main St, Poughkeepsie , NY 12602 | 845-471-1630
According to the agency website: The vernacular stone house now known as Clinton House State Historic Site was built in 1765. The house was actively utilized from 1777 - 1783 when Poughkeepsie was the capital of New York State and several branches of state government convened in town. After a fire in 1783, General George Washington's New Windsor Cantonment ordered carpenters to rebuild this important structure. In addition to repairs, the house was enlarged and the present stairway was constructed at this time.
161 W Genesee St, Syracuse, NY 13202 | (315) 473-4330
This downtown park is a gathering place for several different kinds of events. Ice skating is available during the winter. Benefit runs and festivals are available during the summer. Traveling surfaces are made up of either concrete or brick.
2 South Clinton St., Syracuse, NY 13202 | (315) 423-0129
According to the department website: "Located in the heart of downtown Syracuse, the Clinton Square Ice rink is one of the city's most popular destinations. The rink opened in 2001 as part of a complete renovation in an effort to attract visitors downtown. More than 20,000 skaters enjoy the open air facility each year. The skating season at Clinton Square begins the last week of November and runs until March 9th. The rink is open weather permitting , so please call in advance- 423-0129. All youth 12 and under must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Effective immediately: All children under the age of 18 will not be allowed on the premisses after dark without supervision of a parent. Please have photo identification available.
55 Helping Hand Ln, Schenectady, NY 12302 | 518-384-3042
Clover Patch Camp is operated by the Center for Disability Services, a not-for-profit organization offering a wide variety of programs that serves individuals with disabilities. The camp is located 30 minutes north of Albany, New York, in Glenville. The camp site features the beautiful Alplaus Creek, nature trails, rustic style cabins, and a heated pool. The camp site is fully accessible with ramps, push plate doors, and stair-less entrances.
4155 NY-31 , Clay, NY 13041 | (315) 622-4600
Classes are available to all individuals with varying abilities. Staff are friendly and supportive to all gymnasts/participants and will supply support to all individuals. The gym offers gymnastics classes (recreational and competitive), summer camps, birthday parties, etc. This gym has a fun atmosphere and is supportive to all.
801 N 2ND ST #100, Phoenix, AZ 85004 | (602) 595-5873
Cobra Arcade has 40 arcade machines and a full-service bar. Utilizing an open floor layout allows plenty of space for guests to maneuver, feel at ease, and everyone has an opportunity to be included in the activities. Employees are friendly and accustomed to working with people with disabilities. Restrooms were spacious and easily accessible. Only one accessible parking spot available, but there are 20+ staggered parking spaces available on black top. There is a small parking lot available, street parking, and nearby public transit.
95 Harbor Rd., Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724 | 631-423-1770
The park is comprised of 40 acres of hilly terrain that offer scenic vistas of the Cold Spring Harbor. It features a mixed hardwood forest with notable large oak specimens that measure three feet in diameter, as well as thickets of wild mountain laurel.
F Street, Glens Falls, NY 12804 | (518) 615-0446
The city of Glens Falls' Recreation Department includes several parks and other community resources. For more information, please call the number below.
NY-37, Park Street, Waddington, NY 13694 | (315)388-5636
According to the agency website: "Coles Creek State Park has wooded and open campsites near a swimming beach on Lake St. Lawrence. The lake is ideal for boating and fishing as well. A marina on the mouth of Coles Creek lies just north of the park entrance. The park also has a playground, playing fields and a large pavilion."
466 Colgate Road, East Jewett, NY 12424 | (518)357-2441
According to the agency website: "The 1500-acre Colgate Lake Wild Forest features the scenic Colgate Lake in the Catskill Forest Preserve. The Lake is a popular lake for fishing, kayaking and primitive camping. The yellow marked Colgate Lake Trail travels just over 4 miles to Dutcher Notch and the Escarpment Trail. The wild forest is surrounded by the Windham Blackhead Range Wilderness Area on three sides."
264 NW Columbia St, Bend, OR 97702 | (541) 389-7275
The park is located along the western edge of the Deschutes River. The park consists of two distinct shelves that step down to the river and a pedestrian bridge. The pedestrian bridge connects to the river trail that runs north and south along the eastern edge of the river. A chain link fence and a steep drop prohibit direct river access. There is an open field next to the playground. There is trail that that goes over the bridge.
259 E Onondaga St, Syracuse, NY 13202 | (315) 473-4330
Columbus Circle is a small downtown park with a variety of street parking. The surface of the park is all concrete and a large fountain is located at the park's center. Bench seating surrounds the fountain.
18 Hauppauge Road , Commack, NY 11518 | 631-499-0888
The Commack Public Library is dedicated to providing the community with quality library services to fulfill the informational, educational, cultural, professional and recreational needs of patrons of all ages, by providing traditional, current and popular materials, knowledgeable reference service, and innovative programs in an open and friendly environment.
5110 Jamesville Road, Dewitt, NY 13078 | 315-446-3578
After spending fifty-five years at Shopping Town Mall, The Dewitt Community Library has a new building located on Jamesville Road in Dewitt. They also have a new name, The Community Library of DeWitt and Jamesville. They opened their new location in August 2017. The library also functions as a community center, offering flexible reading, study and meeting spaces with dedicated areas for children and teen-agers. They offer a wide variety of programs and events. There is also a small cafe run by Provisions, a part of Access-CNY. Plans are in place to create an accessible nature trail.
5030 County Rd 6, Livonia, NY 14487 | 585-493-3600
According to the Agency Website: Conesus Lake Boat Launch provides boaters with access to a day on the water and excellent fishing. The area also has picnic facilities and a comfort station.
6 Gilchrest Road, Congers, 10920 | (845)268-9700
Congers Community center is a great facility that looks like it is making progress when it comes to inclusivity. They have programs now that help in the aid with people with disabilities. However if you are looking for specialized programs, you might want to check out other community centers in the area.
3525 Sunrise Hwy, Oakdale, NY 11769 | (631)581-1005
According to the agency website: "Connetquot River State Park Preserve maintains 3,473 acres of land and water for the protection and propagation of game birds, fish and animals. Deer and waterfowl are numerous, rare nesting birds, including the osprey, are present and there are numerous rare plants, and other interesting flora, such as trailing arbutus and pink lady's slipper in their natural habitats. The preserve also has 50 miles of hiking, horseback riding, cross-country ski and nature trails, as well as fishing (by permit only) on the Connetquot River."
7000 Main Street, South Glens Falls, 12803 | (518) 793-1455
According to the agency website: "The Village of South Glens Falls & the City of Glens Falls invite you to visit COOPER'S CAVE on the Hudson River.
Nuebig Road, Cortland, NY 13045 | (607) 753-5545 ext. 2321
Corey Union serves as the center for the College’s activities and conferences. The facility houses meeting rooms, offices for student organizations, study lounges and the Campus Activities and Corey Union Office as well as the Student Conduct Office, Multicultural Life and Diversity Office and the Vice President for Student Affairs Office. It also contains the all-purpose function room with a seating capacity of approximately 700.
12 Schoen Place, Pittsford, NY 14534 | 585.662.5748
From Website: "Enjoy an unforgettable adventure and the signature canal experience by navigating one of America’s most famous historic routes with a 90-minute cruise aboard Corn Hill Navigation’s replica canal packet boat, the Sam Patch.
1195 Main Street, Long Lake, NY 12847 | (518)624-3825
According to the agency website: The Long Lake Library was established by the Town of Long Lake as a reading room in 1994 to provide library service to people living in the Town of Long Lake New York, and surrounding areas. It was incorporated on February 4th, 1997, by the Board of Regents of the University of the State of New York, on behalf of the Education Department, to operate a town public Library. Public vote in June 2011 created a school district public library and the library received its absolute charter on December 13, 2011."