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Accessible Sailing / Boating / Kayaking
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Adaptive Adventures
Sports and recreation for adults and children with disabilities. Programs include adaptive skiing, Nordic skiing, sledge hockey, snowmobiling, handcycling, paddle sports, sailing, water skiing, and adventure trips.
303-679-2770
Colorado, USA
 
All Out Adventures
Year-round inclusive outdoor programming in the New England region. Programs include Kayaking and cameoing, cycling, hiking, birdwatching, orienteering.
413-527-8980
info@alloutadventures
Massachusetts, USA
 
Baltimore Adapted Recreation & Sports
BARS offers recreational opportunities in camping, canoeing, fishing, hand cycling, sea kayaking, rafting, sailing, skeet shooting, snow skiing, and water skiing.
pam@barsinfo.org
410-771-4606
Maryland, USA
 
Bart J. Ruggiere Adaptive Sports Center
The Bart J. Ruggiere Sports Center will provide individuals the opportunity to do sports regardless of their mental or physical disability. The program is available to children and adults throughout the Northeast with physical and mental learning challenges. The center offers Alpine skiing, with the latest in adaptive equipment. Summer programs include kayaking, and canoeing.
802-824-5522
Vermont, 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
 
Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center
The Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center (BOEC) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to expand the potential of people with disabilities and special needs through meaningful, educational, and inspiring outdoor experiences. BOEC offers winter programs including various types of adaptive skiing and snowboarding, winter camping, challenge courses, orienteering, and educational programs. Summer activities include- handcycling, hiking & backpacking, rock climbing, rappeling, canoeing, whitewater rafting, kayaking, camping, rope courses, and orienteering. BOEC also offers seasonal programs and camps for young people and adults. BOEC is located in Breckenridge, Colorado.
boec@boec.org
970-453-6422
Colorado, USA
 
Chesapeake Region Accessible Boating
Chesapeake Region Accessible Boating (CRAB) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to making the thrill of sailing a reality for physically and/or developmentally-challenged individuals and for those individuals whose financial circumstances preclude their participation in recreation on the waters of Chesapeake Bay.
410-626-0273
Maryland, USA
 
Colorado Discover Ability
Colorado Discover Ability (CDA) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote increased independence and self worth through outdoor recreation for individuals with disabilities, at-risk youth, and their families and friends.
970-257-1222
Colorado, USA
 
Daring Adventures
Daring Adventures is an exciting program that offers seven outdoor recreation opportunities for teens and adults with disabilities and their non-disabled peers. Programs include: adaptive cycling - adaptive kayaking - sled ice hockey - cross-country skiing - hiking/backpacking - wilderness camping.
602-262-4543
Arizona, USA
 
DASA Sports
DASA provides year-round sport activities with quarterly family and friend events. The programs are instructed by volunteer coaches whom have taken the American Coaching Effectiveness Program. A variety of sports are offered: such as Basketball, Swimming, Track and Road Racing, Golf, Martial Arts, Archery, Sled Hockey, Rock Climbing, Stand-up Soccer, and Power Soccer.
636-477-0716
Missouri, USA
 
Downtown Sailing Center
The Downtown Sailing Center (DSC) is an award winning, non-profit, 501 (c)(3) community sailing center offering area residents sailing instruction and access to sailing without the cost of private ownership and boat maintenance. Their mission is to make the joy of sailing accessible to everyone, regardless of age, income, ability or disability. The DSC’s many sailing programs include junior sailing day and overnight camps, outreach programs for Baltimore City youth and disabled individuals, adult lessons, open recreational sailing, charters, and racing.
sailing@downtownsailing.org
410-727-0722
Maryland, USA
 
Footloose Sailing Association
Launched in 1991, Footloose Sailing Association is the Northwest's premiere sailing program for people of all disabilities. We are dedicated to bringing independence on the water and competence in the sport of sailing to our disabled members.
bewing@footloosesailing.org
206-382-2680
Washington, USA
 
handiCAPABLE Guide Service, Inc.
Provides the developmentally delayed and physically challenged youth and adults in Kentucky and surrounding states the opportunity to experience boating, fishing, and other forms of outdoor recreation. They offer a wheelchair-accessible fishing boat with a drop-down bow and wheelchair tie downs. Adaptive fishing equipment. A 20 foot wheelchair accessible pontoon boat.
staff@handicapable.net
270-362-0970
Kentucky, USA
 
handiCAPABLE Guide Service, Inc.
Provides the developmentally delayed and physically challenged youth and adults in Kentucky and surrounding states the opportunity to experience boating, fishing, and other forms of outdoor recreation. They offer a wheelchair-accessible fishing boat with a drop-down bow and wheelchair tie downs. Adaptive fishing equipment. A 20 foot wheelchair accessible pontoon boat.
staff@handicapable.net
270-362-0970
Kentucky, USA
 
Judd Goldman Adaptive Sailing Foundation
The Judd Goldman Adaptive Sailing Program (JGASP) includes classroom and on-water instruction for the physically disabled.
info@juddgoldmansailing.org
312-747-7684
Illinois, USA
 
Kyak Adventures
Kayak Adventures specializes in working with people with disabilities. They have the paddling skills and technical knowledge to provide a safe and memorable experience.
904-249-6200
Florida, USA
 
Lakeshore Foundation
Lakeshore Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides sports, fitness and recreation to people with physical disabilities and chronic health conditions. The organization provides programs and services to both adults and children. Lakeshore Foundation's Lima Foxtrot programs include a number of weekend-long camps that bring injured military personnel and their families from across the country to Alabama. Competitive sports programs are offered and include wheelchair basketball, wheelchair rugby, swimming, marksmanship, wheelchair tennis and track & field. Recreational opportunities include hunting, fishing, paddling, sled hockey, shooting sports, handcycling and water skiing are just a sample of the indoor and outdoor opportunities available.
information@lakeshore.org
205-313-7400
Alabama, USA
 
Michigan Sports Unlimited, Inc.
Organizes wheelchair sports and recreational events in the state of Michigan. Programs include, archery, baseball, cycling, golf, kayaking, racing, shooting, skiing, waterskiing, basketball, rugby, soccer, and tennis.
989-771-5530
Michigan, USA
 
Mississippi Adaptive Sports
Mississippi Adaptive Sports provides sports training, loaner equipment if available, and competiive events. Their program offers individual and team sports for physically disabled athletes from 7 years through adulthood. Sports include track and field, wheelchair basketball, powerlifting, table tennis, archery, athletics (track and field),baseball, boccia, handycling, equestrian, football, goalball, JJudo, rowing, sailing shooting, swimming, volleyball, wheelchair dance, wheelchair fencing, wheelchair rugby, wheelchair tennis, ice sledge hockey, and wheelchair curling.
662-233-2287
MIssissippi, USA
 
North Carolina Parks
A guide to accessible trails, paths, cabins, and fishing in North Carolina's State Parks.
North Carolina, USA
 
Northeast Passage
Northeast Passage delivers disability-related health promotion and adapted sports programs throughout New England. They run three core programs that include adaptive sports from entry to competitive levels for adults and children.
northeast.passage@unh.edu
603-862-0070
New Hampshire, USA
 
Ride A Wave (RAW)
Ride A Wave is a non-profit organization with a 100% volunteer staff offering a full day of beach activities including: surfing, body boarding, and swimming, beach games, lifesaving demonstrations, kayaking and marine biology.
831.239.3672
Santa Cruz, California
 
Sail - Habilitation
SAIL-HABILITATION is a non profit organization which provides a structured sailing program for persons with physical disabilities and other impairments.
 
Sail Connecticut Access Program
A volunteer group founded in 1989 to offer persons with special needs the opportunity to enjoy sailing - not only as passengers, but as skippers - and to encourage people with and without special needs to share the experience.
sailctaccess@gmail.com
860-304-6588
Connecticut, USA
 
Sailing Alternatives
Providing the instruction, environment and support for disabled and able-bodied individuals to experience the thrills of sailing
(941) 377-4986
 
Shake-A-Leg
Accessible sailing programs for youth and adults.
(305)858-5550
 
Southeast Alaska Independent Living (SAIL)
SAIL is a private nonprofit organization that provides consumer-directed independent living services to people with disabilities throughout Southeast Alaska. ORCA (Outdoor Recreation and Community Access) is the recreation program of SAIL. ORCA's mission is to promote inclusive recreation and adaptive outdoor pursuits for Southeast Alaskan's who experience disabilities. SAIL also has a lending library of adaptive resources and assistive technology. Recreational programs include adaptive ski and snowboard school - youth Adventure Club - kayaking - biking - hiking, rafting, canoeing and multi-day adventure trips. Adaptive equipment is available so people of all abilities can participate.
(907) 586 0104
 
Sports Association of Gaylord Hospital
Offers indtroductory clinics and programs on a wide variety of wheelchair sports. The association also supports a large number of teams throughout Connecticut.
 
Taasc
TAASC offers programs in handcycling, kyaking, sailing, rock climbing, skiing, water skiing, and sled hockey. Located in Colombus, Ohio.
614. 293. 4963
 
Turning POINT
Turning P.O.I.N.T. sponsors many opportunities for physically challenged people of Texas to camp, fish, sail, scuba dive, hunt, water ski, or just take pictures from a pontoon boat while cruising through the scenic swamps of East Texas
Texas, USA
 
Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sport
VASS offers low-cost sports and recreation programs for people with handicaps/disabilities. Winter programs include skiing and snowboarding. Summer programs include rock climbing, canoeing, sailing, kayaking, waterskiing, and rafting.
 
West Virginai: Adventure Pursuit
Adventure Pursuit is an adventure club located in Parkersburg, WV. They specialize in kayaking for the mentally and physically challenged.
 
Wilderness Inquiry
Integrated wilderness trips involving people with disabilities as well as people who do not have disabilities—as equals and peers. Wilderness Inquiry (WI) is a non-profit organization that helps people from all walks of life to personally experience the natural world. They believe there is nothing like being there to fully appreciate the environment and the people we share it with. Each year they operate over 200 multi-day trips to locations around the world. In addition to these trips, they offer a variety of day-long programs, training sessions and other events.
info@wildernessinquiry.org
800-728-0719
USA
 
Y - Knot Sailing
Accessible sailing on Lake George, NY. Y-Knot Sailing provides sailing opportunities for everyone, regardless of physical condition, age, or ability to pay, and at all levels, from supervised recreational sailing to independent racing competition.
Pilot Knob, New York
 
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