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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 Winter 2017 Edition of the Access Leisure Ink is now available.

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Jan 10 - Sacramento Rollin’ Kings Shootout Hosted by Capital City Adaptive Athletes Foundation Partnered with Paralympic Sport Sacramento, City of Sacramento January 28-29, 2017 Tournament Location: Harper Junior High School, 4000 East Covell Blvd Davis, CA 95616 JOIN IN THE FUN! Call the number on the flier to Volunteer! Read Post

Jan 09 - ATTENTION! Does anyone know of someone with a spinal cord injury that is a resident of WEST SACRAMENTO that could benefit from some "smart solutions" (ie. RING, Alexa, smart solution wireless devices)? There are some grant funds available, but recipients MUST be residents of West Sacramento, and MUST have a spinal cord injury. Please email me at my work email address ( do not PM me here) if you know of someone. Email: adesaler@cityofsacramento.org Read Post

Jan 09 - Access Leisure is proud to support the Sacramento Challenge Sport program. This nonprofit offers excellent sports programs for youth with disabilites. The 2017, Sacramento Challenge Sports basketball season is just about to start. They also offer soccer, trampoline and bowling programs. Please support them by registering your child to play, volunteering, or by making a donation. http://www.challengesports.org/ Read Post

Dec 21 - The Winter 2017 edition of Access Leisure Ink is now available! http://www.cityofsacramento.org/-/media/Corporate/Files/ParksandRec/SpecialNeeds/AccessLeisureInk.pdf Read Post

Dec 15 - Camp Supporting New Opportunities (S.N.O.W.) through Winter Sports is a two-day-one-night residential ski camp for young adults and adults age 15 and older with Intellectual and or Developmental Disabilities. S.N.O.W. Camp 2017 consists of two days of downhill snow skiing and snowboarding from the skilled staff of the Achieve Tahoe Program at Alpine Meadows. 8:30 am Saturday morning January 21, 2017. S.N.O.W. Camp will provide all transportation to and from resort, lodge and activities. Lodging will be provided at Hampton Inn & Suites, Truckee CA. All activities, food, lodging, transportation and equipment are covered under Camp fees. Campers will only need a small amount of spending money at your own discretion. Campers and Staff will arrive back in Sacramento by 7:00pm at 5735 47th Ave. Sunday January 22, 2017. Cost: $ 325 (includes partial scholarship for skiing for every camper. ) Contact Jenny Yarrow at 808-6017 or jyarrow@cityofsacramento.org . Read Post