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Access Leisure is a program of the City of Sacramento Department of Parks and Recreation. Access Leisure provides sports, residential camping and outdoor education as well as social and fitness programs for children, teens, and adults with disabilities. read more

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The Access Leisure Monthly Calendar of Activities is now available.

Access Leisure Ink


The Fall 2016 Edition of the Access Leisure Ink is now available.

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Sep 26 - Space is still available! Sign-up today! Read Post

Sep 20 - Check out the Fall 2016 edition of Access Leisure Ink. http://www.cityofsacramento.org/-/media/Corporate/Files/ParksandRec/SpecialNeeds/AccessLeisureInk.pdf?la=en Read Post

Sep 07 - Fall Bowling Leagues: Mon, Pin Pals, starts Sept 12 Land Park Bowl, 5850 Freeport Blvd, 4:00pm, $5.50* Wed, Rock n Bowl, starts Sept 14 Country Club Center, 2600 Watt Ave, 3:30pm, $5.00* Thu, Bluebirds, starts Sept 8 Mardi Gras Center, 4800 Madison Ave, 3:30pm, $4.00* Thu, Bluebirds, starts Sept 15 Fireside Center, 7901 Auburn Blvd, 4:15pm, $2.00* (To register, bowlers should arrive 20 minutes prior to start of bowling program and pay at each program) *Fees are subject to change….be prepared for the first day of bowling with a little extra $$. Read Post

Aug 25 - Operation Rebound CAF Adaptive Veterans Winter Sports - Cross Training Clinics with altitude A series of weekend training clinics designed to condition adaptive athletes willing to improve overall performance at elevations above 4000ft. Goal #1 Create a cohort of veteran adaptive and non-adaptive athletes willing to prepare for winter sports like downhill, cross-country, biathlon, Nordic skiing , snowboarding, sled hockey Goal #2 Enhance overall fitness and performance by providing instruction and physical conditioning in foothill and mountain environments over a three-month period in the Lake Tahoe area of Northern California. Goal #3 Use multiple outdoor activities such as biking, hiking, lake paddling and swimming. These activities will be individualized and designed by staff to range from beginners to advanced levels. Participant requirements 1)Transportation to clinic starting point at Placerville Park and ride on Mosquito Rd Placerville CA Hwy 50 2) Medical clearance or consultation if needed 3) Good footwear, medium backpack and clothing to be used while training in a mountain environment. Food and hydration for the day. Who- Veterans interested participating in competitive winter sports. What – A series of basic to conditioning activities to perform at high elevations to prepare for competition in winter sports. When- See schedule below Where- Clinics will begin by meeting at Placerville CA(elevation 2500 ft) and increase level and intensity of activity up to the higher elevations up to (9000 ft) Schedule and locations of clinics Sat August 27 Meeting at Mosquito Rd park and ride 0800 until 1600 hrs for meet and greet. Bike ride or hike up bike trail.Sunday 28 Aug . Location is Jenkinson Lake Carpool if needed to Pollock Pines Sly Park entrance. Hike around lake approx 8 miles once or twice.No elevation gain Sept 3 and 4 hike or swim at Wrights Lake. Twin Lakes trailhead . Car pooling from Placerville if needed Hike will be at approx 5500 ft elevation with gain of approx 1000 feet. Distance of 10 miles 2000ft elevation gain Sept 10-11 Scout Peak at Echo Summit area. Elevation gain 2300 ft over 10 miles Sept 17 and 18. Mt Ralston. Each day shorter distance but higher elevation gain 2500 ft Sept 24-25 Huckleberry Peak on Sierra at Tahoe ski area to Grandview and back. This will be a familiarization of Sierra at Tahoe with no snow.5 miles with 1500 elevation gain. Oct 1-2 Thunder Mt on Hwy 88 above Kirkwood Ski area 2000ft elevation gain Oct 8-9 Carson Pass area out to Lake Winnemucca 10 miles with 1500ft elevation gain Nov 5-6 Lake Tahoe area. West shore from Emerald Bay to Mt Tallack 10 miles 2900ft elevation gain. Questions and answers can be handled by contacting Jim Cahill cell number 530-409-0133 or email at jimcskiguy@gmail.com To apply for funding for equipment and training fill out this form to see if you qualify https://app.wizehive.com/appform/login/OperationRebound Read Post

Aug 13 - Go Giants! Read Post

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