Adaptive Recreation

Recreational, Social and Educational Programs for Everyone

Boise's Adaptive Recreation program offers recreational, social and educational programs for individuals with disabilities. Join a fitness class, take a ride on an adaptive bicycle, go on a field trip or attend one of our social clubs that offer friendship, games, art, dinner and more.

From our AdVenture programming to our inclusive playgrounds and accessible trails, the City of Boise is committed to providing opportunities for people of all ages and abilities to explore, recreate and play. Our programs are specifically designed for someone with a disability and we also offer inclusion services to provide modifications so individuals with disabilities can fully participate in any of Boise Parks and Recreation's programs.

Advanced registration is required for all activities. Please call (208) 608-7680 or visit the activity registration page to enroll. Scholarships cannot be applied to online registrations.

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Registration Information

All programs require advance registration. To register, options include calling (208) 608-7680, visiting Fort Boise Community Center, 700 N. Robbins Rd. or via online registration system (scholarships cannot be applied to online registration).

Register Online

Participants are responsible for providing their own transportation to and from their home and the community center where the program or activity is based.

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Sign up to receive the AdVenture Newsletter via e-mail or call (208) 608-7680 to receive a paper copy in the mail.

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Scholarships are available for youth, seniors and adults with disabilities to participate in activities and recreation.

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Volunteer & Giving Opportunities

You can also support AdVenture Program through volunteering or donations.

Volunteer & Giving Opportunities

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