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Wheelchair Recreation, Sports & Travel in Arizona
(14 Web Sources Found)
Accessing Arizona
This site offers people with disabilities some realistic information about wheelchair accessible places to visit in Arizona.
Arizona, USA
Apple Dumplin Camp
Provides an awesome camp experience for children with disabilities as well as disadvantaged children. Campers can experience life as it was in the 1880's. Trail rides, chuck wagon roundups, archery/riflery, arts and crafts, horseback riding, are just some of the adventures at Apple Dumplin' Camp.
New Mexico, USA
Banner Phoenix Wheelchair Suns
The Phoenix Banner Wheelchair Suns are a co-ed team and members of the National Wheelchair Basketball Association (NWBA). They play 25-30 games a year and make more than 30 appearances. The team also has programs for children as well as holding wheelchair basketball clinics.
Arizona, USA
Camelot Therapeutic Horsemanship, Inc.
Founded in 1980, this non-profit program uses horsemanship as a means of therapy to improve strength, balance, coordination and self-esteem. Located in Scttsdale, AZ.
Arizona, USA
City of Phoenix Adaptive Recreation Programs
The City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department provides year-round recreation programs for Phoenix area residents with disabilities. Whether you're interested in the high adventure of river rafting, or swim lessons in the accessible pool at Telephone Pioneer Park, the department offers programs to meet a variety of interests and abilities.
Arizona, 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.
Arizona, USA
Horses With H.E.A.R.T
Provides a safe and enjoyable equine experience for adults and children with physical, mental, and emotional disabilities and encourages each rider to develop independent skills at his/her own level of ability.
Arizona, USA
Mesa Association of Sports for the Disabled
The Mesa Association of Sports for the Disabled is a non-profit, volunteer organization dedicated to providing sports and recreation opportunities to people with disabilities.
Arizona, USA
Phoenix Wheelchair Accessible Trails
The city of Phoenix has a number of accessible trails that wind through some of the classic Sonoran Desert habitat of the desert and mountain preserve system.
Phoenix, Arizone
Stable Influence Charity Programs
Provides excellence in therapeutic horseback riding education for both youths and adults who are mentally, emotionally and/or physically challenged.
Arizona, USA
Stagecoach Trails
Wheelchair accessible accommodations and adaptive horseback riding in Arizona.
Telephone Pioneers of America Park
A park of a different kind, Telephone Pioneers of America Park is the nation's first barrier-free park, designed to meet the needs of physically-challenged individuals.
Therapeutic Riding of Tucson
TROT enriches the lives of people with special needs through therapeutic equine programs for adults and children.
Arizona, USA
Two Cool Lizards
This site offers Arizona travel tips and freebies including maps and fully illustrated descriptions. The information will help you locate destinations and adventures appropriate for your tastes and activity level. Learn which areas are accessible by hiking, horseback, wheelchair or vehicle.
Arizona, USA
Link to 2010 Independence Expo. We'll show you...
Wheelchair and scooter parts. Discount for site visitors. Link to inquiry form.
Image of a red pickup truck parked in a handicapped spote. The ad reads, Make your point, Parking here for just a minute is sixty seconds too long. Link to page with free download of windshield leaflet for creating awareness.
Download a free copy of Canes to Wheelchairs: Mobility Alternatives

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