Accessible Recreation

22nd Annual Float for Independence, 2015
  1. Coronavirus Update


    Northview Center is closed. All senior and Accessible Recreation programs and classes associated with Northview Center are canceled, including SeniorAge meal service and programs, Funseekers’ Trips, TEAM, Accessible Recreation bowling and rentals. Senior meal pickup options may be available, contact SeniorAge for details. Miracle League spring league opening will be postponed to a later date. Doling History Museum is also closed. Read more on Coronavirus related closures here.


Accessible Recreation Programs



Specialized programs are offered for individuals with disabilities, for those opting not to participate in Inclusion.

Programs Included



  • Aquabilities
  • Bowling
  • Ceramics
  • Discovering the Ozarks Trips
  • Miracle League
  • TEAM
  • Groovin' Abilities
  • Leather Stamping
  • Kubb
  • Boccia

Inclusive Recreation

 

The Springfield-Greene County Park Board encourages participation by everyone in all activities. If you have a disability and need activity modification to participate, contact Sheri Davis at the Northview Center. Please call at least one week prior to the date of participation. The Springfield-Greene County Park Board will work with individuals to meet their needs and enable them to participate. 
 
The Springfield-Greene County Park Board strives to provide quality recreational programs to individuals of all abilities. If you or anyone you know has a disability and would like more information on the accessibility of our programs or facilities, please call the Springfield-Greene County Park Board at 417-864-1049. We want to work with you to continue to improve accessibility for all patrons.