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Wheelchair Recreation, Sports & Travel in Nebraska
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HETRA
Heartland Equine Therapeutic Riding Academy is a not-for-profit organization that provides therapeutic activities for those people with disabilities.
(402) 359-8830
Nebraska, USA
 
Nebraska Game & Parks Commission
This site includes a listing of wheelchair accessible fishing areas in the State of Nebraska.
Nebraska, USA
 
Omaha Parks Department
The Junior Wheelchair Sports & Recreation Camp is sponsored by the City of Omaha Recreation Division, Council Bluffs Parks & Recreation, Eastern Nebraska Wheelchair Athletic Association, and Creighton University. The campís purpose is to introduce sports, recreation and the associated benefits to physically challenged youth.
Nebraska, USA
 
SANDS Program
A service for sportsmen and women with disabilities to find sportsmen and women who are to help provide hunting, fishing, camping and other outdoor recreational opportunities or just meet a new hunting partner.
(402) 559-3743
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