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Wheelchair Recreation, Sports & Travel in California
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AbilityFirst
Through 23 locations across Southern California, AbilityFirst provides programs and services to help children and adults with physical and developmental disabilities reach their full potential throughout their lives. They offer a broad range of employment, recreational and socialization programs and operate 11 accessible residential housing complexes.
877-768-4600
California, USA
 
Access Northern California
Access Northern California is a gateway to accessible tourism and outdoor recreation and a disability resource for finding fun places to experience in Northern California.
California, USA
 
Access Santa Cruz County
A guide to wheelchair accessibility in Santa Cruz County, California.
California, USA
 
Accessible San Diego
The nation's first non-profit Information Center for seniors and travelers with disabilities, Accessible San Diego was founded in 1988 and has, for the past sixteen years, been the foremost information center for visitors and the local hospitality community. Accessible San Diego provides valuable resources for the traveler with a disability via its information center, the "Access in San Diego" guide and through its hotline telephone and web site,
web@accessandiego.org
858-279-0704
California, USA
 
Axis Dance Company
AXIS Dance Company's mission is to create and perform high quality contemporary dance that is developed through the collaboration of dancers with and without disabilities. AXIS teaches dance and educates about collaboration and disability through community outreach and education programs. AXIS is committed to promoting and supporting physically integrated dance, locally, nationally and internationally.
info@axisdance.org
510-625-0110
California, USA
 
B.O.K. Ranch
Founded in 1985, the B.O.K. Ranch Therapeutic Horseback Riding Program is dedicated to providing horseback riding lessons to children and adults with special needs.
650-366-2265
California, USA
 
Bay Area Association of Disabled Sailors
Accessible sailing in the San Francisco Bay Area. This includes full participation in teaching, day excursions, racing, and advanced sailing activities,
secretary@baads.org
California, USA
 
Bay Area Outreach & Recreation Program
BORP offers a number of competitive adaptive sports programs for adults and kids. Programs include: Wheelchair basketball, integrated handcycling, swimming, weightlifting, archery, table tennis,track & field. The Adventures & Outings Program (A&O) offers a wide array of outdoor recreation activities, group adventure trips, and urban outings that appeal to a variety of ages, interests and abilities.
info@borp.org
510-849-4663
California, USA
 
California Beach Wheelchairs
A listing of beaches in California that have beach wheelchairs available for lending.
California, USA
 
Caltrain
Information on riding Caltrain if you have a disability, use a wheelchair, or have a service animal. The site also contains information on wheelchair accessible train stations. Caltrain serves the San Francisco Bay area.
California, USA
 
Camp Forrest
Angel View offers a unique summer program at its own Camp Forrest located in the high desert on 17-acres in Joshua Tree, California. Camp Forrest serves able bodied and disabled youth from all over the Coachella Valley by providing a unique summer camp experience.
angelview44@aol.com
760-329-6471
California, USA
 
Catalina Island
Catalina Island wheelchair accessibility information.
California, USA
 
Challenger Little League
It is the purpose of D7 Challenger Little League to make available a program for physically and mentally disadvantaged children to play baseball. This program will give them the opportunity to play baseball rather than watch in the stands as others play. Along with playing ball, the organization also provides an opportunity for kids to get out and socialize and have fun with other children with similar disabilities.
California, USA
 
City of Hollister Recreation
Special populations programs in Hollister, California. Programs include wheelchair soccer, and adaptive bowling.
California, USA
 
Disabled Sports USA Far West
Disabled Sports USA Far West leads the way in adaptive sports and recreation for people with disabilities. With 40 years of experience, our trained staff and volunteers guide you in discovering life without limits. Disabled Sports USA has more than 85 chapters and serves more than 60,000 people nationwide.
dsusa@disabledsports.net
916-722-6447
California, USA
 
Golden Gate Transit
An accessible transit service guide to Golden Gate Transit Ferry Service, Golden Gate Transit Bus Service, and Intercounty ADA Paratransit Service.
California, USA
 
Hearts Adaptive Riding Program
Hearts Adaptive Riding is a nonprofit program dedicated to providing empowering, educational and enjoyable therapeutic horsemanship and horseback riding activities to adults and children with physical, mental, and psychological disabilities.
heartsadaptiveriding@yahoo.com
805-964-1519
California, USA
 
J.F. Shea Therapeutic Riding Center
Established in 1978 and located in Orange County, California, the J.F. Shea Therapeutic Riding Center is dedicated to improving the lives of people with disabilities through therapeutic horse-related programs.
949-240-8441
California, USA
 
LA Tourist
A guide to wheelchair accessible attractions, hiking trails, outdoors, transportation, and nature centers in the Los Angeles area.
California, USA
 
Laughing Place
Information to help people with disabilities plan a Disneyland visit.
California, USA
 
One Step Closer Therapeutic Riding
One Step Closer Therapeutic Riding, Inc is an equestrian organization using the human-horse relationship to help the participants achieve their full potential physically, emotionally, and spiritually to be all that God intends for them to be. They offer therapeutic riding and other equine-related activities to individuals with physical and/or emotional disabilities, as well as youth-at-risk.
408-997-7264
California, USA
 
Partners in Equestrian Therapy
Partners in Equestrian Therapy (PET) provides equestrian therapy for individuals with disabilities in San Luis Obispo, California.
petslo@gmail.com
805-235-2787
California, USA
 
Ride and Shine
Ride and Shine was founded in 1996 to provide a horseback riding program for individuals with special needs ages 3 and up. The program utilizes trained horses to provide children with disabilities a resource for enhancing their physical, emotional, and social well-being in conjunction with exercise and enjoyment.
info@rideandshine.org
530-676-1920
California, USA
 
Riding Emphasizing Individual Needs and Strengths
Riding Emphasizing Individual Needs and Strengths (REINS) provides physical, mental, and emotional therapy to a wide range of disabled children and adults through the use of carefully supervised horseback riding. Their therapeutic horsemanship program serves disabled children and adults from San Diego, Orange, and Riverside counties.
staff@reinsprogram.org
760-731-9168
California, USA
 
San Diego MTS
Wheelchair accessible public transportation information from the San Diego Metropolitan Tranist Authority.
San Diego, California
 
San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit
Accessibility information on the San Francisco BART.
San Francisco, California
 
Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority
This page provides information regarding accessible services of VTA transit systems including CalTran, paratransit services, accessible bus and light rail services, and discount programs.
Santa Clara area, California
 
Shasta-Trinity National Forest
California - From boat loading platforms and fishing piers, to scenic trails, the Shasta-Trinity National Forest provides many accessible facilities. This page contains a directory to those facilities.
 
Siskiyou County
Information on accessible recreation in Siskiyou County.
 
South Bay Wheelchair Athletic Program
Programs include Jr. wheelchair sports teams, swim team, quad rugby team, wheelchair basketball team, and power soccer team.
 
Sparks
A wheelchair basketball team based LA, California.
 
United States Adaptive Recreation Center
USARC programs include an adaptive ski school in Southern California at Bear Mountain Resort. Adaptive watersports and summer camping programs
 
Wheelchair Lacrosse
Wheelchair Lacrosse was founded to promote the game of wheelchair Lacrosse. The group as a resource for wheelchair users interesting in developing the sport in their areas.
info@wheelchairlacrosse.com
California, USA
 
Wheelchair Rider's Guide to LA
A guide to wheelchair accessible beaches along coastal Los Angeles and Orange County.
 
Wheelchair Riders Guide to LA
Coastal Conservancy's guide to wheeling along the Los Angelas and Orange County coastline.
Los Angelas - Orange County, California
 
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