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Program Details


Activities Offered
  • Athletics/ Track & Field
  • Basketball
  • Bowling
  • Camp
  • Canoeing
  • Dance
  • Fishing
  • Fitness
  • Horseback Riding
  • Hunting
  • Rafting
  • Snowmobiling
  • Tennis
  • Various Recreational Activities
  • Various Sports
  • Water Skiing
  • Wheelchair Racing
Building Access
  • Meets ADA standards

Staff Training and Certification
  • Staff Training: A degree in an applicable area (i.e., Kinesiology, Adapted Physical Education, Therapeutic Recreation)

Adaptive Equipment
  • Adaptive equipment available

Membership Fees
  • Fee to participate in the Program : There is no fee to be a member, but some programs charge a fee to join.

  • Accessible by Public Transportation: Yes

  • Transportation Provided by the Program: No


The Adapted Recreation division offers recreation programs and services which promote individual choices. Individuals with disabilities can choose to take part in an AdVenture program which is designed specifically for people with disabilities or utilize Inclusion Services in which accommodations may be provided so that an individual with a disability can fully participate in any of Boise Parks & Recreation programs that are not specifically designed for people with disabilities.

Boise Parks & Recreation's, AdVenture program, meaning Adapted AdVentures, offers recreation, wilderness excursions, fitness programs, sports and social activities to individuals with disabilities, their families and friends. AdVenture programs are available to people with a variety of disabilities such as orthopedic, spinal cord, neuromuscular, hearing and visual impairments as well as developmental disabilities.

Flying into the Idaho Wilderness to camp, white water rafting, biking, archery, arts & crafts, boating, bowling, camping, canoeing, card playing, dance classes, fishing, fitness classes, horseback riding, hunting, rafting, snowmobiling, swimming, wheelchair tennis, track and field, water-skiing, wheelchair basketball and wheelchair racing.

The adapted recreation staff and volunteers provide leadership for the activity but are unable to provide attendant care (feeding, toileting assistance, etc.). Care providers should accompany participants who need personal care. Registration fees for care providers may be waived or will vary depending on the activity.